The planning commission previously considered the application during a work session in July. Vantage LLC had until early August to resubmit their plans to address items such as landscaping, a dumpster enclosure and rooftop mechanicals.
“There were no major alterations to the plan,” said Kate Bostdorff, the communications director with the City of Centerville. “The most significant is that they added a stone base to the principal building.”
The application requests to build a 4,936-square-foot Outback Steakhouse restaurant at 5181 Cornerstone North Blvd.
“The proposed site is the last undeveloped parcel within the Cornerstone Phase III development, hereby known as Villages of Cornerstone,” the application said.
The lot is described in the application as having three public frontages along Wilmington Pike, Village Center Drive and Cornerstone North Boulevard.
Vantage LLC is proposing to build the restaurant on the eastern end of the site. Drivers will enter on Cornerstone North Boulevard between the proposed restaurant and Home2 Suites. Site work will include the installation of curb and gutter, proposed utilities, pavement for parking and associated drives, site grading and the construction of the proposed building, the application said.
After tonight’s planning commission meeting, Vantage LLC will be able to apply for zoning and building permits to seek staff approvals for final construction documents, Bostdorff said.
This would incorporate any conditions of approval from the Major Site Plan, she added.
The application for Outback Steakhouse is still in the review process and has not been approved.
Outback Steakhouse is an Australian-inspired steakhouse restaurant with multiple locations across the Miami Valley including at 6800 Miller Lane in Butler Twp. and 2560 Miamisburg Centerville Road in Miami Twp.