The proposed business would involve “private one-on-one” fitness instruction and occupy about 3,000 square feet at Forrer Pointe, said David Nianouris of Forrer Development, Ltd. He said it may go forward in the first quarter of the year.
The proposed rezoning, set to be considered by Kettering City Council Tuesday, had no opposition during a public hearing earlier this month.
If approved by council the rezoning would occur in two weeks, according to Tom Robillard, Kettering’s planning and development director.
Nianouris said the city approached Forrer Development about the zoning change.
Robillard told council earlier this month the rezoning “goes along with our efforts to phase out the economic development overlay (district) throughout the city and make them into the standard zoning category, which frees up the uses and eliminates a lot of the red tape that would be requested to occupy those spaces.”
The goal is a to create a “more flexible and responsive modern zoning code,” city records state.
Forrer Pointe was built as a commercial condominium and 54 individually deeded units and two out lots — a car wash and an available 1.2-acre parcel, Nianouris said.