New retail, restaurant building to be constructed near KFC in Beavercreek


Another multi-tenant retail building will be constructed in Beavercreek.

The building will be constructed on North Fairfield Road just north of the Kentucky Fried Chicken and Long John Silvers restaurants in Beavercreek, according to city documents. An application for the project was filed by Nashville-based BSM Development.

The application requests a major modification for less than 1 acre of land to allow for the construction of a multi-tenant retail building located on the east side of North Fairfield Road and north of Kentucky Fried Chicken and Long John Silvers.

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The 6,800-square-foot building consisting of three retail and restaurant tenants. Beavercreek planning officials approved the project. This news organization has reached out to city officials for more information about the project.

Developers are also adding an addition and renovating the vacant Logan’s Roadhouse near the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek — bringing four new restaurants and retailers to the area. An application was filed by Dayton-based Civil Engineers of Southwest Ohio to renovate the former Logan’s Roadhouse at 2819 Centre Drive in Beavercreek.

The specific retailers and restaurants moving into the space have not been identified.

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