Local firm to breathe new life into closed Beavercreek restaurant

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BEAVERCREEK, OHIO (WDTN) –  A closed Beavercreek restaurant has been purchased by a local firm.

Oberer Construction Managers, Ltd. said Tuesday it bought the former Caddy’s Tap House at 2760 Towne Drive, Beavercreek.

The restaurant consists of 6,300 square feet and features an indoor/outdoor patio area. Oberer already has a lease pending for a new 3,100 square foot restaurant, with the remaining 3,290 square feet currently available for lease.

“We became aware of the opportunity and acted quickly to purchase this asset in a market where we do not already have a presence,” said Chris Conley, President Oberer Realty Services, Ltd. “The Beavercreek retail and restaurant market is very active and we are confident that we will find a quality tenant for the remainder of the building soon,” added Conley.

After having served the Beavercreek community for over 20 years, Billy Joe Deck closed the Beavercreek Caddy’s Tap House in April. In November, Deck sold Caddy’s Tap House in Miamisburg, located at 9400 Springboro Pike, to Roosters. “I’m ready for the next chapter of my life. The restaurant business was very rewarding I’ve enjoyed being a part of the community, but the time has come for me to move on,” said Deck.

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