Good news for all the Dayton area community as one of the largest grocery store chains Kroger, is planning exciting new venture. The company Kroger is looking to expand the Dayton area community by replacing a 25-year-old storefront with a new market.
The concept site plan submitted for the proposed development of the 155 N. Heincke Road site in Miamisburg shows the 124,000 square foot Kroger Market and gas station. If the store is approved, it will be part of a “complete redevelopment” of the property – the current 6.84 acres comprising 66,840 square feet of Kroger and the 21.67 acres in the north that contain Groby Field.
In addition, from the current Kroger was built in 1995, according to Montgomery County Office records. Besides groceries, Marketplace stores also usually provide items ranging from ready-to-eat food to general merchandise including toys, clothing, and household goods.
In this regard, the comments provided by the City Planning Commission during a study session on Monday will be used by the applicant to “modify” the plan before submitting a formal request to redistribute a portion of the site, according to the Miamisburg staff report.
Furthermore, the efforts have been made to divert many of the site’s more intensive uses, including parking and a petrol station, south of the site and across the street from commercial uses, according to the report, which described these changes as a “favorable” and “welcome” design proposal. Let’s see when this plan will be complete and what will be the outcome. What are your views on it? Let us know in the comment section below!