Great Visibility, ease of access to major highways. Urban location make this a superb professional office setting. Building is within walking distance of small town restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and other amenities. 12,000 sqft is split between original well-maintained building and more recent addition.
Lebanon was voted an “Ohio Best Hometown” in 2012 by Ohio Magazine. Tranquil settings, old-fashioned shops and a main street from the pages of a turn-of-the-century novel envelope the community. Located 29 miles northeast of Cincinnati, this beautiful Warren County town was first settled as a farming community in 1796.
If you are in need of a mall, head south on I-71 to Kenwood Town Centre with its 100+ national brand stores and Nordstrom, Macy’s and Dilliard’s. The Mason, Fairfield and Liberty Township areas offer even more excellent shopping experiences.
Countryside YMCA, the Beach Waterpark, Ft. Ancient State Park, Caesar’s Creek State Park and Paramount Kings Island Amusement Park offer recreational facilities and fun. Professional baseball and football, and the Cincinnati Symphony, Opera and Ballet are within a 30 minute drive. The city hosts four events annually: Country Applefest, Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade (Christmas time), the Lebanon Blues Festival and the Lebanon Country Music Festival.
Lebanon has over 350 acres of park spaces with disc golf course, dog park area, walking paths, hiking trails, playgrounds, athletic fields, tennis and basketball courts as well as picnic areas. The city offers several youth sports organizations. Residents enjoy the Lebanon Sports Complex as well as 10 neighborhood mini parks.
The Lebanon Symphony Orchestra presents concerts throughout the year. The Lebanon Theatre Company has its productions in a 108-seat theater in downtown Lebanon.
420 E Main St
Lebanon, OH 45036