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They had a meeting yesterday to update the community about the project as well as the second phase of the project, unfortunately I was unable to attend it, but hope the second phase will get started after this is complete.

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The latest on Medpace’s expanding campus, including a food venue

 

Construction is well underway on a mixed-use development that will include an office tower for Medpace Holdings Inc.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/06/20/the-latest-on-medpace-s-expanding-campus-including.html

 

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Cleared out a huge area on the corner of Madison and Stewart. The house used to be covered by trees. Rumor is that there is going to be a new 150 apartments. They are keeping this house and the house next to it, but have demolished some houses along Stewart. 

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Next door strangely haha. There’s a community council meeting this month, I think the 13th or 19th. I live in Madisonville so I’ll definitely be attending.

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17 hours ago, seaswan said:

woah thats not what I expected at all. Seems pretty interesting, looks like the original building is going to be a clubhouse type building, no?

Yes that is what it looks like. There’s another house next to this one along Madison but I am not seeing it in the plans. 

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151 units, required tree planting, and the restoration of the Stewart house? This development seems like a win for Madisonville.  My only complaint is the need for 211 parking spaces.

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Bad Tom Smith looks to be somewhat close to opening in the old bank building(left) and the far building on the right (used to house Dragon City and Lala’s Blissful bites) has been torn down to make way for phase two of the Madison and Whetsel development.

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6 minutes ago, seaswan said:

Wow, had no idea there was also a phase 3. Madisonville is going to look SO different in a couple years. 

Yes. As a resident I am uber excited about all of this development (gentrification as most people would call it). Unfortunately the small strip mall was fought to be torn down, so they are renovating it. I’m hoping that they will eventually knock it down for some more apartments as it still looks bad even with it being renovated.

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One of region’s largest homebuilders launches Madisonville development: PHOTOS

By Tom Demeropolis  – Senior Staff Reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier

 

One of the largest homebuilders in Greater Cincinnati is working on a rowhouse development in Madisonville.

 

Ashford Homes LLC has started construction on Sonoma Trails, a development that will include 18 total rowhouses along Duck Creek Road. Cathy Hall, community and offsite specialist for Ashford Homes, said four of the 18 homes have already been sold. Three market homes are starting as well, with anticipated mid-to-late-summer move-ins.

 

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On ‎1‎/‎9‎/‎2020 at 7:29 PM, climberguy714 said:

I really can't believe houses facing the duck Creek flood wall could sell for that much.

 

The interior looks nice but the rear and side views are pretty ugly.  Plus, no garage or space for hobbies since the basement is lavishly furnished.  

 

https://www.sibcycline.com/Listing/CIN/1636708/4100-Duck-Creek-Rd-Madisonville-OH-45227

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59 minutes ago, Ucgrad2015 said:

$580,000 and doesn’t have a garage. 

 

Still a lot nicer than a lot of the crap going up around Nashville at that price.  And by "around Nashville" I mean the $580,000 houses going up next to expressway sound walls, cheaply fenced-off cell phone towers, etc.  

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