Brooke Lindholm of the Kleingers Group, on behalf of Prologis, submitted a site plan application for the project, which was approved at last week’s city Planning Commission meeting, according to city Development Director Kevin Chesar. He said Prologis has anticipated an early winter 2019 construction completion date.
“(The) Development staff has worked cooperatively with the developer to ensure that the proposed location meets site planning standards and we look forward in assisting them through the upcoming construction phase,” Chesar said in an email.
Last September, the $1.81 million Salzman Road extension was completed linking Ohio 63 with Todhunter Road and Yankee Road in Middletown.
On Tuesday, Opus Group and Founders Properties began work on a new 612,730 square-foot distribution center near the corner of Todhunter and Yankee roads in Middletown, an investment of $16 million to $21 million and expects to have about 150 employees.