Lease extensions sought for city land eyed for riverfront development

The city of West Carrollton plans to extend leases through the end of the year for two tenants at the Carrollton Plaza along I-75. The city plans to demolish buildings there next year and redevelop the site as part of a multi-million dollar entertainment district. TY GREENLEES / STAFF
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The city of West Carrollton plans to extend leases through the end of the year for two tenants at the Carrollton Plaza along I-75. The city plans to demolish buildings there next year and redevelop the site as part of a multi-million dollar entertainment district. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

West Carrollton is looking to extend leases with tenants of Carrollton Plaza, part of 13.75 acres the city recently acquired with plans to demolish buildings for redevelopment.

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Lease extensions through Dec. 31 of this year for the Ohio Deputy Registrar License Agency and the Montgomery County Clerk of Courts Auto Title office are set to be addressed by West Carrollton City Council Tuesday night.

Those offices are among a handful of tenants at the Carrollton Plaza on East Dixie Drive at the southwest quadrant of Interstate 75’s Exit 47, a site seen as key to the city’s riverfront development for a multi-million dollar entertainment district.

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