Ground broken on Fort Loramie subdivision


Staff report



Garrett Hoblit, left, of St. Paris, and Matt Evans, of Piqua, work on one of two houses that are the first of to be constructed on what will become Woodland Estates on State Route 362 east of Fort Loramie. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Garrett Hoblit, left, of St. Paris, and Matt Evans, of Piqua, work on one of two houses that are the first of to be constructed on what will become Woodland Estates on State Route 362 east of Fort Loramie. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


FORT LORAMIE — Ground has recently been broken as Rapid Development moves forward in developing a new subdivision named Woodland Estates.

The new housing development is located on the east end of Fort Loramie off of state Route 362. Phase 1 of the planned development includes 21 building lots of which six are wooded and includes approximately 17.3 acres.

Approximately half of the lots already sold and Rapid Development is busy having broken ground on four of the lots. The street layout consists of a cul-de-sac and will have sidewalk access to the new Redskin Memorial Park. Residents will enjoy walk-ability of the area as it is just a short distance to both the elementary and high schools, and they can have confidence in knowing their neighborhood is protected by neighborhood covenants.

Rapid Development builds custom homes for residents scattered throughout Fort Loramie and the surrounding area. Company owners Kevin Pleiman and Jay Ruhenkamp founded the company in 1997 and have created a solid reputation based on their crafted custom homes built alongside customer service. Each of the homes is completed with a dedication to quality craftsmanship and concern for the individual needs of the client.

They are pleased that the Woodland Estates area is within the current corporation limits of the village and will have all services including a central sewer, water, gas and electric once the homes are completed. For more information please go to www.rapiddevelopmentinc.net.

Garrett Hoblit, left, of St. Paris, and Matt Evans, of Piqua, work on one of two houses that are the first of to be constructed on what will become Woodland Estates on State Route 362 east of Fort Loramie. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN102015LoramiePage.jpgGarrett Hoblit, left, of St. Paris, and Matt Evans, of Piqua, work on one of two houses that are the first of to be constructed on what will become Woodland Estates on State Route 362 east of Fort Loramie. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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