During the first two weeks in November, building demolition to make way for the new development will occur. The BB&T building will remain until a restaurant tenant is secured.
A fence has been erected to secure the construction site. This measure has caused the closure of the sidewalks adjacent to the site along North Fort Thomas Avenue, Highland, and Woodland. Pedestrian traffic has been rerouted so the public, especially students stay safe during the construction period.
The city has also posted no parking signs in several areas. Fort Thomas residents are encouraged to use these new walking routes and not use the street in front of the project for a sidewalk.
Habitat for Humanity will be inside the buildings during the last two weeks in October removing woodwork, doors, hardware, cabinets, plumbing and light fixtures, furnaces and air conditioners that can be repurposed.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.