A massive mixed-use development anchored by hundreds of housing units is headed to Galloway.
Dublin-based T&R Properties Inc. and its affiliate, Braumiller Development LLC, are getting ready to start the first phase of what will become a more than $200 million project on the east and west sides of Galloway Road. When complete, the development will feature a mix of single-family and patio homes, townhomes and multifamily rentals, as well as commercial space.
T&R will begin with 93 single-family homes and 72 townhomes on the west side of Galloway Road. Those lots will be sold to D.R. Horton and Fisher Homes, which will build the homes for prospective residents. The development will sit on more than 40 acres of what is currently vacant land.
The single-family neighborhood will be known as Chase Landings, according to T&R Properties Project Manager R.J. Sabatino. He said construction of that portion of the project will begin “imminently.”
The other phase of the project, tentatively named Galloway East, will be a 134-acre development featuring 635 housing units. It will include 289 single-family homes, 240 apartment units and 106 patio homes, which are attached to one another but are owned by each resident. The east side development will also include a 15-acre commercial area with frontage on Galloway Road.
“We haven’t sold or marketed the commercial space yet, but we envision neighborhood uses like retail and medical,” Sabatino said, adding zoning has already been approved for the east side project.
Sabatino said they will start work on the west side project at the same time they finalize engineering approvals for Galloway East. The single-family homes at Chase Landings will begin first, followed by the townhomes.
The entire project is expected to take five years or more to complete. In total, 800 residential units will be constructed between both sides of the development.
The large, multiyear project is planned to address the housing shortage in Central Ohio, Sabatino said.
“This provides not only some new housing but quite a variety of housing as well,” he said. “There’s a substantial need in the area.”
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