Over the past ten years the Cincinnati and Dayton metropolitan areas have grown together along Interstate 75. The population along the I-75 corridor has increased by over 60,000. As a result of this rapid growth in both people and business, the Ohio Department ofTransportation approved construction of a new interchange located at Austin Boulevard and Interstate 75. The new interchange will relieve the burden currently placed on the existing roadway system and address the double digit growth projected in to the future.
v Washington Station is in the heart of the Cincinnati/Dayton Corridor, the fastest growing corridor in the State of Ohio.
v Total site is 64.42 acres, zoned as a mixed use development:
§ 25.49 ac – Office
§ 21.243 ac – Retail (Divisible)
v Washington Station is situated in the heart of the fastest growing suburbs in the Region including Centerville, Clearcreek Township, Miamisburg, Miami Township and Washington Township:
Ø Over 5,000 new residential units have been constructed within 5 miles of the site since 2000.
Ø Area school enrollment has grown by over 62% in the last 7 years.
v Washington Station sits 4 short miles from the newly constructed Austin Blvd. Interchange which is uniquely supported by direct access to three major transportation thoroughfares:
Ø Interstate 75 is the backbone of the Cincinnati/Dayton Corridor.
Ø Interstate 675 provides quick access to Bellbrook, Beavercreek, Wright Patterson Air Force Base and Columbus, Ohio.
v The new Austin Interchange opened in July 2010. Studies by the Montgomery County Transportation Improvement District estimate the $47 million investment will spur over 10,000,000 square feet of new economic development growth and thousands of new jobs in the immediate area around the interchange.