Construction on Phase IV of Mariemont’s condominium development
is slated to begin in early 2014. The 23-unit, three-level condos will extend the historic Village Square along Madisonville Road to Plainville and Murray.
The currently unnamed project is being developed by Greiwe Development, which partnered with North American Properties
, Sibcy Cline
and CR Architecture + Design
for the four-phase, 121-unit condo project. The condos—Jordan Park
, which was completed in Nov. 2008; Emery Park
, which was completed in Oct. 2011; and Nolen Park
, which is slated to be completed in Dec. 2013—all feature Tudor Revival architecture and follow John Nolen’s 1921 village plan. Nolen’s plan landed Mariemont on the National Historic Register in 2006.
A continuous streetscape that begins at Village Square will connect Nolen Park and Emery Park, along with Phase IV of the development.
The two-bedroom units and two-bedroom units with studies will range from $350,000 to $600,000. The development will feature Tudor Revival-style design with courtyards, streetscapes and green space. The existing sycamore trees will be preserved, with the addition of new trees and formal landscaping, plus the village-owned easement along Murray Avenue will be maintained for a future bike path/sidewalk. Below-ground parking will be available for residents.
By Caitlin Koenig
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