Proposed $146 Centerville Place a “game-changer” for city

Austin Landing developer Larry Dillin’s proposed $146 million mixed-use Centerville Place plan “will bring new energy” to Centerville, city leaders said, according to a recent article in the Dayton Daily News. Dillin presented the project that will include “retail, restaurant, office and residential space, plus other new building structures connected by heavily landscaped sidewalks and parking, along with public parks and water features” to Centerville City Council, the article reports. City Manager Wayne Davis called the investment a “game-changer,” and said it will bring economic opportunities and become a gateway to Centerville. For more, read the full article.

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