The Neighborhoods at Summit Park
Imagine a work/life balance that skews more toward the life side. A chance to delight your employees, your tenants, restaurant-goers and visitors with a walkable lifestyle, filled with gathering spaces, exceptional restaurants, parks and more. Your chance to give them a place they will want to be – before, during, and after the nine-to-five.
A lively mixed-use development, The Neighborhoods at Summit Park offers space for headquarters and corporate offices, restaurants, small businesses, and residential living, all set against the backdrop of a downtown-inspired environment with plenty of green space to get away from it all.
Office spaces, apartments, homes and retail spaces are in development.
Phase 3 of the project has been completed and it focuses on the area west of the Great Lawn. This is where we begin to make the transition from the social areas to the more active outdoor spaces. The true delineating margin of these two distinct spaces will be the 150' Observation Tower. The Tower will serve as a functional element with help from its elevator and stairs which will lead visitors to an observation deck high over the park, providing remarkable views of the surrounding area.
Also within Phase 3 is the stormwater collection ponds, extended trail network, sledding hill and children's natural playscape. The ponds complete the park's rain recycling element which focuses on collecting the vast majority of the water that falls on the park space and collects it to be re-used in the irrigation system that waters the great lawn and landscapes throughout the park. Thanks to funding support from a Clean Water Act section 319(h) grant from Ohio EPA and U.S. EPA, a creek is being restored on-site in conjunction with the creation of stormwater collection ponds. These natural features serve to mimic wetlands’ function in filtering stormwater before re-use on site. The ponds and creek also reduce erosion and pollution into downstream receiving waters. The children's natural playscape focuses on using elements found in nature to induce play such as stones, rocks, sand and water. The water from the pond will be recycled into a functional element of the playscape and allow children to experience an entirely unique water-play experience. The playscape is conveniently located on the opposite side of the Great Lawn behind the observation tower.