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This 2,000-acre Central Ohio development is still growing

Article originally published by Columbus Business First, written by John Bush

2,000-acre Jerome Village development in Union County continues to expand: view gallery

Spanning more than 2,000 acres in Union County, Jerome Village has transformed from a residential neighborhood into a true mixed-use development over the course of 13 years.

Today, the development is home to around 5,000 people who live in 25 neighborhoods constructed by 17 different homebuilders. It also features a community center with a restaurant, pool and fitness facility; a fire station; two schools; and a 7-mile trail network that connects to Glacier Ridge Metro Park.

Far from complete, Jerome Village developer Nationwide Realty Investors continues to add new homes and amenities. Future developments will include a $38 million Kroger Marketplace store that will anchor a 100-acre commercial site along Route 42. The new store will be one of the grocery chain’s largest in the Midwest when it opens in fall 2024. There will also be as many as eight outparcels for businesses to build on.

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