Union Village is designed to provide all people the perfect place to call home. For the youngest future residents, that means walkable access to parks and playgrounds as well as their friends and family.Read More
Entering Union Village from Anderson Street, residents and visitors will see a fountain in a small park. This will be the focal point at the southern entrance for phase one of home construction, which will begin this fall.
At the town green, a playground is being installed near a large stage where musical performances and other entertainment will take place. The parks help create a “sense of place,” a hallmark of new urban development.
More than 25 percent of the development will be green space, including a 200-acre greenway system of meadows, woodland parks and pathways that will connect to Armco Park and the Warren County Sports Park.
Information about moving to Union Village, including builders and floor plans, will be released in the coming weeks. To get notified, please subscribe to our updates.
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WCPO Reporter Lisa Smith visited Union Village for an update on the development. She interviewed Justin Doyle of Justin Doyle Homes, one of ten homebuilders that will begin construction at Union Village in 2019.
"That's what everyone is looking for right now,” Doyle said. “They're looking for that age-in-place, walkability, live, work, play type environment."
More details about builders, floor plans and pricing will be available, soon.
Video from Cincinnati WCPO (July 5, 2019)
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