‘Massive’ development proposed for Middletown

It is a project that IKMIDDLETOWN has never seen before, an indoor amusement park, facilitating leisure and accommodation, outdoor roads, restaurants and shopping along the river. >> Some people have never heard of Halfway It Ohio and now they want Hollywood to make Helena’s happiness: The proposed plan is called Hollywoodland, and it will include nearly 50 acres of the historic town, create $1,000 in private investment and attract millions of visitors according to CY.IT >> Notifying residents who live here about it, TTHA is horrible to me. Helena: William and Roseanne la Emo live here and are bothered by the advertisement. City council is hearing about it tonight. >> This will affect property owners and it will be a courtesy to reach the conclusion. >> He has a home and property far from developing. He says the neighbors may be alerted soon. >> 4 9 pages in 164 pages PDF Friday night when the government agency released the information was – information that was buried from the public. Helena: Others feel that she is not what MIDDLETOWN is and always has. >> I’d rather see the money put into local businesses that started rebuilding years and years ago halfway through. >> A premier party venue for internationally accredited artists, will we compete with THWI CINCINNATI, DAYTON and COLUMBUS? Why don’t we support PLESAC here? Helena: The immigrant city is using $7.5 million in US bailout money for design and engineering. The project will be voted on within two weeks. As you can tell, a lot of people who spoke to the audience didn’t have the best feelings about the project, but some people have come forward and said they think the Middle East could benefit from some reform development. They just don’t think this is the right plan. No final decisions have been made but city officials believe this could be great and put the middle of the road on the map.

Hollywoodland: Middletown development proposed to include an amusement park


A proposed $1.3 billion project called Superdevelopment would transform downtown Middletown, creating an indoor theme park, concert venue, several hotels and a movie studio. The mixed-use development, dubbed Hollywoodland, will be the first of its kind in the country and extends over 50 acres along the Great Miami River. Middletown City Council will vote to approve an ordinance authorizing a purchase, sale and development agreement with Main Street Community Capital LLC. That vote is set for October 21, following a presentation Tuesday on the entertainment district from Main Street Community Capital LLC and their development partners, and the new development is expected to include: a first-class destination hotel and a publicly owned annex conference center. With a rooftop bar, themed restaurant(s) and various amenities. A second family-oriented hotel and a water park. A third boutique hotel located within the adaptively redeveloped First National Bank building. Famous Artists and Shows touring on Broadway. An indoor amusement park that contains many fun games based on entertainment themes, virtual reality experiences, immersive entertainment opportunities, integrated retail and food and beverage. More than 3000 places. Luxurious condominiums and/or mid-rise condominiums on Site D – motion picture studio sound stages post production, support offices and infrastructure, numerous restaurants, bars, breweries and coffee shops, potential comedy club, integrated fashion, electronics, lifestyle, convenience and leisure retail. Thousands of new jobs created, and more than $1 billion in private investment, attracting an estimated 3.5 million visitors annually to Middletown. “This will be a transformative redevelopment opportunity for Middletown that has resulted from a redevelopment study on our riverfront property. It will include more than 50 acres of historic downtown,” said Jim Palnik, city manager. From a myriad of local, city, state, and federal incentives that we’ve found a way to access, and thus change the future of our city.” If approved, the city will use $7.5 million in U.S. bailout bills for pre-construction design, engineering, financial structuring and more. of due diligence efforts prior to closing.

A proposed $1.3 billion project called “Ultra-development” would transform downtown Middletown, creating an indoor park, concert venue, several hotels and a movie studio.

The mixed-use development, dubbed Hollywoodland, will be the first of its kind in the country and extends over 50 acres along the Great Miami River.

Middletown City Council will vote to approve an ordinance authorizing a purchase, sale and development agreement with Main Street Community Capital LLC.

This vote is set for October 21, following a presentation Tuesday about the entertainment district from Main Street Community Capital LLC and their development partners.

The new project is expected to include:

  • A first class destination hotel and publicly owned annex conference center with rooftop bar, themed restaurant(s) and various amenities.
  • A second hotel for families and a water park.
  • A third boutique hotel located within the conveniently redeveloped First National Bank building.
  • A prime venue for entertainment and indoor concerts by nationally and internationally acclaimed artists and touring on Broadway.
  • An indoor amusement park with a multitude of themed amusement rides, virtual reality experiences, immersive entertainment opportunities, integrated retail, and food and beverage.
  • Structured and integrated underground car parks (publicly owned) not less than 3000 places.
  • Luxury condominiums and/or mid-rise luxury condominiums on site.
  • Motion picture studio sound stages before and after production, support offices and infrastructure.
  • Several restaurants, bars, liquor bars, cafes, and a potential comedy club.
  • Integrated fashion, electronics, lifestyle, convenience and leisure retail stores.

City officials say the development will create thousands of new jobs, and more than $1 billion in private investment, attracting an estimated 3.5 million visitors annually to Middletown.

“This will be a transformative redevelopment opportunity for Middletown that has resulted from a redevelopment study on our riverfront property. It will include more than 50 acres of historic downtown,” said Jim Palnik, city manager. From a myriad of local, city, state, and federal incentives we have found a way to access, thus changing the future of our city.”

If approved, the city will use $7.5 million in US Rescue Plan funds for pre-construction design, engineering, financial structuring and other pre-closure due diligence efforts.

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