CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – Centerville City Council voted to approve final plans for Phase IV of the Cornerstone development project Monday night. They also voted to extend a moratorium on medical marijuana for up to one year.
Phase IV of the Cornerstone development consists of a new hotel, park, amphitheater, multi-family housing and an assisted living facility.
The Cornerstone development consists of about 150 acres of land. Since development began in 2014, Costco, Cabela’s, Cheddar’s and Chick-fil-a. Kroger is scheduled to open in June.
Phase 4 will be the largest of the phases.
City Manager Gregory Horn and says he hopes that it will have a long-lasting effect on the area.
“There’s been a lot of time and effort put into this,” Horn said. “Again, staff has spent a tremendous amount of hours.”
“The planning commission has done endless reviews. Again, we want to see a mutli-use project that is done in a quality fashion, that has some enduring qualities, that will have stability in our community for years to come.”
Construction on the new hotel is set to being in a few weeks.