Centerville Place

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Creating communities of uniquely-connected spaces – energized with a program of events – is what brings neighborhoods to life. 

This is the vision for Centerville Place. 

Centerville Place

Dillin, LLC is planning a more than $130 million redevelopment plan for a large portion of the shopping center at State Route 48 between Sheehan and Spring Valley Roads, including the former Kroger location. The project will bring new energy and economy opportunities for Centerville and become a shining gateway to this great community. 
“This type of investment is a game-changer; it does not happen every day. When we were approached by Mr. Dillin and his investors, we were overwhelmed with excitement regarding the possibilities for Centerville Place,” Centerville City Manager Wayne Davis said. “Larry and his team are visionary and meticulous in their approach. They clearly understand the concept plan that was approved by City Council in 2017 as well as the City’s economic development philosophy and our 2018-2023 Strategic Plan.”

Centerville Place will be a great example of bold concepts guided by a strategic plan. A respected tenant has already committed to a 60,000 square foot professional office building.

“Centerville Place will be an opportunity to stretch this vision beyond just redevelopment and will truly change the way people view Centerville,” Dillin LLC President Larry Dillin said. “This ‘Gateway Community Project’ will be a vibrant showcase on the southern border of Centerville.”

Current tenants at Centerville Place will continue their leases and will be offered the opportunity to occupy space in the newly-created property alongside a collection of new tenants and services. Concept plans for Phase 1 include 200 residential units. Phase 2 will add approximately 140 more, including brownstone townhomes.

“Creating communities of uniquely connected spaces, energized with a program of events, is what brings neighborhoods to life....and that’s what Dillin projects are all about,” Dillin said.

The City looks forward to engaging citizens, hearing their feedback and sharing more information as it becomes available. 

“Centerville Place will enhance our community by improving the economy, quality of life and overall attractiveness to those who choose Centerville in the near and long-term future,” said Centerville Council Member Mark Engert said.

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