Delaware approves mixed-use Kerbler project in Orange Township

A nearly 300-acre mixed-use development in Orange Township has the green light to move forward, after the township approved zoning and Delaware County Commissioners approved a development agreement with the housing developer, Schottenstein Real Estate Group, The Columbus Dispatch reports. The Kerbler project “is expected to include single-family homes and about 300 condominiums and apartments, a senior-care facility, retail space, offices and ‘light industrial’ buildings,” according to the article. Developers will help finance an extension of Home Road east of US-23 as part of the deal. A tax-increment financing (TIF) district was created for the project, which is “projected to generate $36.7 million to support infrastructure improvements and go toward local schools.” For more, read the full article.

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