11.57 Acres 2 Parcels A0700-016-000-155 & A0700-016-000-039 Cleared and ready to go Zoned Central Business District C-2 with Pond/ Perfect for Restaurant/Cafe,Office,Retail,Medical,or Mixed Use
Settlers came to the Fairfield area in 1794 following the Symmes (or Miami) Purchase. US Route 127 and SR 4 began as bridle paths. With the construction of the Miami and Erie Canal along and the railroad, the community grew. The Fairfield area had pockets known as Symmes Corner, Jones Station, Furmandale and Fairplay. Just 18 miles north of Cincinnati, Fairfield became a successful blend of industrial and residential development. The city of Fairfield was incorporated in 1955 and has now boasts almost 42,000 residents and more than 1,200 businesses.
Jungle Jim’s International Market is a food lover’s paradise with numerous departments featuring food and beverages from all over the world. For those who enjoy fresh produce, the Village Green Farmers Market is open April through October at the Village Green Park.
For those who love to shop for antiques, the Ohio Valley Antique Mall is located off State Route 4 and has over 85,000 square feet of space. Over 500 vendors will tempt you with their collectibles and vintage pieces.
The Fairfield Community Arts Center is located in the heart of the city and hosts many cultural and arts events. Residents enjoy concerts, plays and other performances throughout the year.
The city has a weekly Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays during warmer months at the Village Green.
Fairfield hosts many annual events: Light Up Fairfield (December), Fine Art Fair (June), Groovin’ on the Green (May - August), Red White Kaboom (July), Blues and BBQ, to name a few.
The proximity to Cincinnati allows the Fairfield residents to enjoy the many cultural and sporting events available there.