Developers Bring New Urbanism, Big Investments to Southwest Ohio

More than 4,000 homes and 1 million square feet of commercial space will comprise Union Village, a planned new urban development of 1,230 acres in Warren County.

Dean Morrissey, a partner in the development of Union Village, spoke to members of the Area Progress Council of Warren County at their Annual Economic Outlook Breakfast Nov. 20.

The project is anticipated to build out in 40 to 50 years. The development will encompass a Main Village and several smaller Villages all which will be walkable for the many residents living there. The development also includes 200 acres of meadows, woodland parks and pathways to connect Union Village to nearby Armco Park and the new Warren County Sports Park. The amenities will also attract visitors from both the I-75 and I-71 corridors.

The Union Village development is projected to create 3,000 jobs including construction jobs. Private investments at Union Village could reach up to $1.5 billion in residential, civic and commercial development.

Union Village Development Company was founded in late 2015 as a wholly owned for profit subsidiary of Otterbein Homes. New Urban Development Partners, LLC, renown for award-winning New Urban Projects will manage the development of Union Village. 


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