Project Stats
Schottenstein Real Estate Group
Location Florence, KY
Size 30.00 Acres

Services Provided:


    • Erosion Control Monitoring
    • Post Construction As-builts

    • 3D Modeling for Machine Control
    • ALTA Surveys
    • Boundary Surveys
    • Construction Layout & Staking
    • Easement Exhibits & Descriptions
    • Legal Descriptions
    • Location Surveys
    • Topographic Surveys
    • Utility As-Builts & Record Drawings

    • Development Regulations
    • Development Review Procedures
    • Due Diligence Research
    • Grading & Earthwork Analysis
    • Hydrologic & Hydraulic Analysis
    • Post-Construction Storm Water Quality Best Management Practices
    • Site Development
    • Storm Water Collection System
    • Storm Water Control Facilities
    • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
    • Street Reconstruction
    • Waste Water Collection System
    • Waste Water Infrastructure
    • Water Supply Infrastructure

    • Sight Distance Studies
    • Signal Warrant Analysis
    • Traffic Counts
    • Traffic Impact Studies
    • Traffic Signal Design

    • Biofiltration Swales
    • Green Infrastructure
    • Irrigation Plans
    • Planting Plans
    • Site Evaluation, Selection & Feasibility
    • Site Planning
    • Zoning consultation

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Project Highlight

Bayer Becker played a vital part in bringing Schottenstein Real Estate Group’s first development in Northern Kentucky to life. Bayer Becker’s extensive knowledge of the area as well as their previous experience with the Columbus based developer made for the perfect team. Grand at Florence will be the first high end retail community in Florence and will feature 236 one, two, and three bedroom garden and townhome apartments.

Design for the project had to account for existing, adjacent single family residential properties surrounding the site.  As the site was cleared, a tree line buffer was left to maintain privacy for both the apartments and single family residents.  The site was raised, utilizing existing fill material on the project, to assist with drainage.  In addition to the site being raised, multiple basins limit downstream flows to the surrounding residents and help the project meet new SD1 criteria.  The project’s location along Burlington Pike (KY 18), a heavily traveled artery, necessitated the need for access improvement for the project.  Improvements to adjacent Ridge Road, including widening and a turn lane off KY 18 were included in the project design as well as a right in, right out on KY 18.  The right in, right out also allows residents to turn left into the development off of KY 18, a key concern for residents.

Get In Touch With Us

  • CINCINNATI   (513) 834-6151
    1404 Race Street Suite 204
    Cincinnati, Ohio  45202
  • INDIANAPOLIS   (317) 207-1979
    1060 North Capitol Ave Office 15
    Indianapolis, IN  46204
  • MASON   (513) 336-6600
    6900 Tylersville Road Suite A
    Mason, Ohio  45040
  • NORTHERN KENTUCKY   (859) 261-1113
    209 Grandview Drive
    Fort Mitchell, Kentucky  41017
  • OXFORD   (513) 523-4270
    110 South College Avenue Suite 101
    Oxford, Ohio  45056