Loveland, Ohio - Two commercial developments moved forward last week with approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The former Patio restaurant next to Kroger at 700 Loveland-Madeira Road will be demolished. The owner, David Realty Group, will construct a 6,350 sq ft mixed use building with a 400 sq ft patio and a drive-thru.
The only announced tenant is Tender Towne selling chicken tenders, chicken wraps, chicken salad sandwiches, coleslaw, garlic toast, and fries. It is anticipated most customers will use the drive-thru, however there will be 5-6 outdoor tables. The site will have 1,000 more sq ft of landscaping than it currently has, however the existing trees may be replaced. Another possible tennant will be frozen yogurt.
There is one other Tender Towne, at 603 Ohio Pike (Beechmont Ave.) near the I-275 interchange. Jett Pizza is another prospective tenant according to the applicants who received plan approval from the commission.
The former Kings Volkswagen used car lot at 10565 Loveland Madeira Road and East Kemper Road will become a mixed-use center for restaurant and retail. Keys Hill Development wants to re-purpose the existing building. The site is owned by Kenwood Lincoln Mercury Inc. They received approval of their Concept Site Plan
The applicant received a waiver from the maximum impervious surface ratio of 0.70. The applicant proposed an impervious surface ratio of 0.75. They were granted the waiver, agreeing that 3,700 sq ft of the parking area will use porous pavement material that will allow rain water to percolate through it, instead of directly into the storm water system.
Keys Hill Development also will be allowed to have less parking spots than called for in the zoning code.
Architectural, lighting, and landscape drawings are not yet available, and there are no signed tenants, however, developer, Alan Rosenberg said he is negotiating with one prospective tenant he did not wish to disclose.