New housing option coming to Bay

Pictured, from left: Sean Nugent, partner/general manager, Oster Services; Dwight Clark, Bay Village City Council president; Jess Oster, owner, Oster Services; Mayor Paul Koomar; and Tom Kuluris, president and CEO, Liberty Development. Photo by Tara Wendell

Bay Village elected officials joined with building and development company leaders on Aug. 6 for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the site of Bay Creek townhouses, on Wolf Road between Cahoon Creek and the Bay Village Square plaza.

Bay Creek is the first cluster housing development to be built in the city since Cahoon Ledges in 2007. The project was developed by Liberty Development and is being constructed by Bay-owned Oster Services.

“Back in 2011, City Council rezoned this property with an eye toward creating development in the village center and in 2017 we formalized that thought by completing a citywide master plan,” Mayor Paul Koomar said at the ceremony. “Part of this was to try and revitalize the village center, keep the character of Bay that we all want and love, but we also know we need to make continued reinvestment in our community. We're really excited to see this project come in."

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Volume 12, Issue 16, Posted 9:18 AM, 08.18.2020