|A rendering of the Central Business District development project from North Fort Thomas Avenue.|
By Robin Gee, City Council Beat Editor
The city of Fort Thomas has put up a link on its website to plans for a development in the Central Business District at Highland and North Fort Thomas avenues. The plans were submitted by Greiwe Development with partners North American Properties and Sibcy Cline.
The Highland-North Fort Thomas Development Plan (pdf) and its accompanying Highland-North Fort Thomas Concept Plan (pdf) are both available on the General Services projects page on the city website.
The plans are important background information on the project that will go before the Planning Commission on April 17. The commission will hold a public hearing for the project at the Mess Hall in Tower Park starting at 7 p.m.
The proposed project will be mixed use, with retail on the first floor and 24 condominium units on the top two floors. According to the plans, landscaping and other amenities are planned for the site to help create a buffer between the development and nearby neighbors.
The report states the design for the project was inspired by existing architecture in Fort Thomas, in particular in and around Tower Place.
See the Fort Thomas Community Plan for more information on community plans and interest in the Central Business District.
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Some additional views from the plan document:
|Another view of the Highland-North Fort Thomas proposed development project.|
|A view of the back of the Highland-North Fort Thomas development project showing the commercial parking lot, resident garage entrance and planned landscaping.|
|A rendering of the proposed site plan for the Highland-North Fort Thomas project.|