MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WDTN) - The sounds of construction will soon change to the sounds of customers at another store in Austin Landing.
With it, 66 new jobs are expected to head to the Miami Valley.
It is just part of the success Panera Bread is hoping to capture at the site off I-75.
"This location, which is between the corridor of Cincinnati and Dayton, this is what is going to pull the two markets together," said Diana Ballato, Director of Operations at Panera Bread.
After some delays, it is a busy corridor that is still waiting to be completed.
Businesses that originally expected to be moving in this year are waiting until 2014.
"We've obviously been really excited about the project and would like to see it go forward as fast as is feasible," said Kyle Hinkelman, Planner for Miami Township. "But we also understand with the economy and different factors that have come in over the years that we just want to create the best project that we can."
A call was made to RG Properties who is in charge of development at Austin Landing.
Spokeswoman Mary Beth Reser told 2 News took longer than expected to put all the pieces together, but would not go into detail saying it was confidential.
Reser also could not give a timetable for development at the site.
It is a matter that concerns at least one Miami Township trustee.
Deborah Preston told 2 News that a construction schedule was not asked for when the township agreed to give $17.5 million to RG Properties for the current Phase 2 development.
Preston was the lone dissenting vote when the township approved the agreement.
She worries it will be something that will come back to bite the taxpayers if there are further delays.
Hinkelman gave some insight on what is next for development.
"By the end of this year, we're going to have a good, solid final development plan that'll show us what that is going to look like," said Hinkelman.
The new Panera Bread location is set to open August 23rd at Austin Landing.
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