Cornerstone of Centerville restaurant building sold

Core Life Eatery offers vegan-friendly, “clean-eating” options. The idea is to create your own bowls of grains and vegetables. FILE

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Core Life Eatery offers vegan-friendly, “clean-eating” options. The idea is to create your own bowls of grains and vegetables. FILE

The new Core Life Eatery real estate property in Sugarcreek Twp. sold earlier this month for $1.9 million, Greene County property records show.

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The buyers are Jimmy and Jennifer Baker, co-trustees of the Jimmy L. Baker and Jennifer L. Baker Joint Revocable Living Trust, records show. The sale was recorded May 7.

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The building at 5201 Cornerstone North Blvd., in the Cornerstone of Centerville, development opened in November.

The 3,600-square-foot freestanding restaurant was the first Dayton-area location for the vegan-friendly, fast-casual restaurant chain that offers what it calls “clean-eating” options. It is located off Wilmington Pike adjacent to Costco Wholesale and Shoppes III at Cornerstone.

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The CoreLife Eatery opened with about 45 employees.

The restaurant itself continues to operate.

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