Development of 511 N. Broadway in Lebanon will have more than 100 residential units, restaurants and retail


“There is something for everyone and it will bring a new level of retail and catering to Lebanon,” he said. “We are expanding downtown.

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The project is just north of Berry Intermediate School and Oakwood Avenue on the west side of Broadway (Ohio 48).

As of this week, on the residential side of the project which includes 96 apartments and 20 townhouses, only two units remain available for rent, Montgomery said. On the retail/restaurant side of the project, he said there are two spaces already leased, with approximately 2,200 square feet of retail space remaining with two patio spaces.

The subdivision includes one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and townhouses, said Cohen, who is also president of CMC Properties.

Another drone view of the 511 N. Broadway project in Lebanon. CONTRIBUTED PROPERTIES/CMC

Another drone view of the 511 N. Broadway project in Lebanon. CONTRIBUTED PROPERTIES/CMC

The apartments and townhouses were built by CRG Residential, LLC.

Montgomery said Catch-a-Fire Pizza is tentatively slated for mid-fall, if not sooner. He said Mi Cozumel is expected to follow 30-60 days after Catch-a-Fire opens.

“I’m absolutely shocked at how quickly it all came together, but at the end of the day, it’s just a credit to how amazing it is to live in Lebanon,” Cohen said. “It’s unlike any other town in the area, more like a small village with all the amenities you need.”

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Retail tenants opening at 511 N. Broadway have been hand-picked for their uniqueness in their restaurant and the food they serve, Montgomery said, adding that “local ownership is what we love and we don’t. couldn’t be happier with our range of tenants. .”

Montgomery said they are not interested in any restaurant chains and prefer local businesses.

“We want to be cool and hip,” Montgomery said.

He said Cincinnati commercial contractors are building the retail and restaurant portions of the project.

Jeff and Melissa Ledford are the owners of Catch-a-Fire, which serves wood-fired pizzas, artisan appetizers, salads, craft beer, and craft cocktails. The restaurant will also offer a selection of vegan and vegetarian dishes. They serve lunch and dinner seven days a week, as well as brunch on weekends.

Here is the view looking south on North Broadway Lebanon where two new restaurants will be located at 511 N. Broadway. There will be a wide side alongside a large patio for the Catch-a-Fire Pizza restaurant which plans to open later this fall. ED RICHTER/STAFF

Here is the view looking south on North Broadway Lebanon where two new restaurants will be located at 511 N. Broadway.  There will be a wide side alongside a large patio for the Catch-a-Fire Pizza restaurant which plans to open later this fall.  ED RICHTER/STAFF

Here is the view looking south on North Broadway Lebanon where two new restaurants will be located at 511 N. Broadway. There will be a wide side alongside a large patio for the Catch-a-Fire Pizza restaurant which plans to open later this fall. ED RICHTER/STAFF

The 6,000 square foot restaurant will have an estimated construction cost of $1 million. It will include an indoor and outdoor bar, garage doors and a large patio where people can walk and will include igloos in cold weather, a fire pit as well as a wide sidewalk for pedestrians.

Catch-a-Fire currently operates out of MadTree Brewing in Oakley and Blue Ash.

Mi Cozumel, owned by Liliana Jaime, serves over 100 brands of tequila and over 50 brands of mezcal. This restaurant space will be approximately 6,300 square feet when it opens to the public.

“We also stand out for serving more than 40 flavors of Margaritas, our authentic table guacamole and our delicious flamboyant fajitas,” she said in a statement, highlighting the fresh, quality ingredients.

Montgomery described Mi Cozumel as a “Mexican restaurant on steroids”. He said Mi Cozumel had locations in Springdale, Finneytown and Oakley.

City Manager Scott Brunka said the development will create opportunities for people to live in downtown Lebanon and provide visitors and residents with more dining options.

The new development is within walking distance of the Golden Lamb and other downtown establishments. It is also close to various outdoor festivals and events held downtown.

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