SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) – Springfield City Commissioners passed an ordinance that will allow them to create 34 townhome units in the downtown area.
The city can now enter into a redevelopment agreement with Charles V. Simms Development Corporation to build the new ‘Center Street Townes’ at a site located between West Main and West Columbia streets.
“This is an exciting time for Springfield and its residents,” says Mayor Warren Copeland. “This project ties together some important parts of the goals and objectives that the City Commission committed to for the people of Springfield: continued downtown revitalization, improved housing, and continued economic development.”
Center Street Townes will consist of 34 three-story units with built-in garages with access from Center Street.
Each home will be around 1,300 square feet and prices will start at around $200,000.