$150 million Dorothy Lane Market-anchored project lands key approval


By Tom Demeropolis  –  Senior staff reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier

Mason Planning Commission unanimously approved Traditions Building & Development Group and Western Row Land Developers’ concept plan for a mixed-use development at the corner of Mason-Montgomery and Western Row roads, land that was formerly the Western Row Golf Course.

The planned $150 million development anchored by a Dorothy Lane Market in Mason received a key approval Tuesday night.

Mason Planning Commission unanimously approved Traditions Building & Development Group and Western Row Land Developers’ concept plan for a mixed-use development at the corner of Mason-Montgomery and Western Row roads, land that was formerly the Western Row Golf Course. There, developers plan to build a 70-acre development will include 80,000 square feet specialty retail and restaurants, a boutique hotel and about 120 residential units. Plus, the city of Mason is planning to use 27 acres for an adjacent business park.

The development is one of the Business Courier’s 20 projects to watch in 2022.

Tom Humes, president of Traditions Group and project co-developer, said the still unnamed development will be unique in the Greater Cincinnati market.

“This will be a very upscale, high-quality project with a great mix of uses,” Humes told me.

Dorothy Lane Market is still working on designs for its first store in the Greater Cincinnati market, but Humes said he has seen early looks at the design and “it’s a wow.”

“People will be very excited when they see it,” Humes said.

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