Loveland, Ohio – In 2014 City taxpayers, through the Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) purchased the site of the closed, Loveland Lanes bowling alley. The CIC demolished the building in 2015 in preparation of looking for a buyer. In April of 2017, the CIC sold the property for $540,000 to Lebanon based Schueler Group who said they would look for investors interested in building a combination of professional/medical office and retail, including restaurant space on the 6.53-acre parcel. Construction was planned to start in April 2017.

On August 21, by a unanimous vote, the Planning and Zoning Commission approved the site plan for Oasis Turf and Tree to build a 26,284 square foot office/warehouse complex (8,183 square feet of office/business space and 18,101 square feet of warehousing) that will serve as the company’s headquarters with up to 70 employees.

The site will include a detention basin located in the northwest corner of the property and seventy-nine (79) parking spaces with three (3) handicap spaces.

Oasis Turf and Tree is currently at 8900 Glendale-Milford Road. The new location will be at 897 Loveland Madeira Road across from the Loveland Kroger store.

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  1. I suppose this building will be in harmony with the other office/warehouse buildings that litter Loveland-Madeira Road. No real aesthetic value for the passerby, but it will bring in additional tax revenue to the City of Loveland.

  2. Loveland City Council misses the mark again. Promises one thing and we end up with something else. Where is the multi-use in this approved plan? Where is the architecture review on this new building concept? It appears to be a sheet metal structure? How are all of the vehicles going to be hidden from the road? How is the added traffic to Loveland Madeira road going to be handled?

    The current City Council lacks vision on the past and future of Loveland. Just look at Loveland Crossing. A complete architecture failure in blending into downtown Loveland. We are slowly using what Loveland had and could have in the future. We need an Architecture Review Board for all new construction and remodels. The board should be non Loveland City Council members and be truly represented by community people.

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