West Chester Development https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com West Chester Development West Chester Development West Chester Hospital Opens New Neurosurgery Clinic https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/480 Tue, 20 Feb 2018 07:57:46 EST https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/480 <p><strong>West Chester, OH &ndash; </strong>UC Health&rsquo;s West Chester Hospital continues to expand neuroscience services with the addition of a new UC Health Neurosurgery Clinic on the West Chester campus. Physicians began seeing patients in the new clinic at the start of 2018. The clinic is a one-stop care destination designed to meet the unique needs of individuals with neurological disorders and conditions that require surgery, including:&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Cerebrovascular Disease</li> <li>Epilepsy</li> <li>Functional Neurological Disorders</li> <li>Brain Tumors</li> <li>Back, Neck and Spine Disorders&nbsp;</li> </ul> <p>The UC Health Neurosurgery Clinic complements the hospital&rsquo;s increased neurological care capabilities. In addition to the clinic, brain tumor surgery will also be added to the list of surgical procedures performed in the hospital.&nbsp;</p> <p>&ldquo;At UC Health, we believe every patient deserves to receive the very best treatment in the most caring environment,&rdquo; said Nicholas Marko, MD, associate professor and director of the University of Cincinnati (UC) Brain Tumor Center and a member of the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute and UC Cancer Institute. &ldquo;By providing advanced neuroscience treatments on the West Chester campus we are expanding access to clinical trials and proven state-of-the-art treatment options to patients in the northern Cincinnati region.&rdquo;&nbsp;</p> <p>In 2017, West Chester Hospital began expanding neuroscience services with the opening of a new Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. In that same year, the hospital received Primary Stroke Center designation from the Joint Commission.&nbsp;</p> <p>&ldquo;At West Chester Hospital, we continue to explore new and innovative ways to meet the unique needs of a growing population,&rdquo; said Tom Daskalakis, chief administrative officer for West Chester Hospital. &ldquo;The addition of new neuroscience treatments on our campus allows our team to give the members of our community access to world-class care close to home.&rdquo;&nbsp;</p> <p>As a member of the UC Health system, all West Chester Hospital neuroscience services align with the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. Working together, the team of physician experts from across the enterprise provides patients with the highest degree of patient experience, access to more comprehensive high-end surgical technologies, and the greatest amount of expertise found in the Greater Cincinnati area and beyond<em>.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; </em></p> <p align="center">###&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>About UC Health</strong></p> <p>UC Health is an integrated academic health system serving the Greater Cincinnati region. Affiliated with the University of Cincinnati, UC Health combines clinical expertise and compassion with research and teaching &ndash; a combination that provides patients with options for even the most complex situations. Members of UC Health include: University of Cincinnati Medical Center, West Chester Hospital, Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care, Bridgeway Pointe Assisted Living, University of Cincinnati Physicians (includes nearly 900 board-certified clinicians and surgeons), Lindner Center of HOPE and several specialized institutes including: UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute; UC Cancer Institute; UC Heart, Lung &amp; Vascular Institute; and UC Diabetes &amp; Metabolic Disease Institute. Many UC Health locations have received national recognition for outstanding quality and patient satisfaction. Learn more at <a href="http://uchealth.com">UCHealth.com</a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Media Contact: Kristy Davis</p> <p>UC Health Media Relations</p> <p><a href="mailto:Kristy.Davis@UCHealth.com">Kristy.Davis@UCHealth.com</a></p> <p>513-585-5348&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</p>tags: <a href="https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/tag/West Chester Hospital/">West Chester Hospital</a> Butler County has the fastest job growth in Ohio. Here's why. https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/479 Mon, 12 Feb 2018 14:57:11 EST https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/479 <p><a title="Journal News" href="http://www.journal-news.com/news/butler-county-has-the-fastest-job-growth-ohio-here-why/2vKdOUh4zT7GcBMKFT5pPP/?ecmp=newspaper_email" target="_blank">Journal News</a></p> <p>Butler County is Ohio&rsquo;s fastest-growing large county for jobs, and its weekly wage growth is 19th in the nation, according to new data.</p> <p>Of the 13 largest counties in the state, Butler County is not only the fastest-growing in the state when it comes to jobs, it&rsquo;s also enjoying the highest percentage increase in weekly wages, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Department of Labor&rsquo;s Bureau of Labor Statistics.</p> <p>Butler County saw a 2.4 percent increase in employment between March 2016 and March 2017, which exceeds the nationwide average of 1.6 percent. That ranked the county 95th among the nation&rsquo;s 346 largest counties for growth.</p> <p>Those counties made up 72.8 percent of total U.S. employment in March 2017.</p> <p>Large counties are defined as those with employment of 75,000 or more as measured by 2016 annual average employment. Collectively, Ohio&rsquo;s 13 large counties accounted for 65.2 percent of total employment within the state.</p> <p>Ohio itself saw only 0.8 percent growth in employment during that 12-month span.</p> <p>Comparatively speaking, Butler County hit a job growth home run during that year compared to other large southwest Ohio counties. It&rsquo;s growth was three times greater than Hamilton County&rsquo;s 0.8 job growth and more than double Warren County&rsquo;s 1.1 percent job growth.</p> <p>David Fehr, the county&rsquo;s development director, said he attributes the growth to several factors, including the geographic location between Cincinnati and Dayton, availability of land and the county being easy to work with.</p> <p>&ldquo;Builders and developers like to do projects in Butler County,&rdquo; Fehr said. &ldquo;We try to cut down on the amount of government regulation, getting permits turned around in a quick manner.&rdquo;</p> <p>Also a factor is the willingness to work with a company to avail them of any possible incentives, he said..</p> <p>&ldquo;That&rsquo;s just a matter of being aware of what might be available, what might be a good fit for the company,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;Sometimes that&rsquo;s a state program and not a county program, but we&rsquo;re trying to maximize what works best for the company. Even if we don&rsquo;t quote-unquote get credit for it, that&rsquo;s OK. We want them to get the maximum value of what they&rsquo;re entitled to.&rdquo;</p> <p>That&rsquo;s not just on the county level, Fehr said, but also on that of local economic development offices, which Fehr said work well behind the scenes.</p> <p>&ldquo;Maybe if a project isn&rsquo;t a good fit for Hamilton, the folks from Hamilton will call Monroe and ask them if they have a site, because we know that if it lands it southwest Ohio, if it lands in Butler County, we all benefit,&rdquo; Fehr said.</p> <p>He said the data that shows the county&rsquo;s growth ahead of other Ohio counties was &ldquo;a pleasant surprise.&rdquo;</p> <p>Bureau of Labor Statistics data also show weekly wages for employees in Butler County grew 9.9 percent from March 2016 to March 2017, which places it at 19th in the nation.</p> <p>That also has the county outpacing Hamilton County&rsquo;s 6.5 percent weekly wage growth and Warren County&rsquo;s 5.8 percent weekly wage growth.</p> <p>Three of Ohio&rsquo;s other largest counties placed in the top 100 of the national ranking: Montgomery (7.9 percent, 63rd) and Delaware and Lorain (both at 7.3 percent, ranked 98th).</p> <p>Average weekly wage for Butler County is listed as $991, which is $15 more than Ohio&rsquo;s average weekly wage of $976. When all 88 counties in Ohio were considered, all but 3 had wages below the national average of $1,111.</p> <p>Fehr said Butler County&rsquo;s weekly wage growth has been boosted by recent new construction, re-location or expansion projects with higher than average wages. That includes the new Cincinnati Children&rsquo;s Hospital Medical Center/UC Health Proton Therapy Center at Cincinnati Children&rsquo;s Liberty Campus in late 2016, a new building for DRT Medical in West Chester Twp., new construction at West Chester Twp.&rsquo;s Contingent Network Services and GE Aviation, plus Veritiv Co.&rsquo;s relocation to Fairfield.</p> <p>&ldquo;The wage increase is the most important factor to me,&rdquo; Fehr said. &ldquo;While all jobs are important, we want to encourage higher wage jobs so that families can prosper.</p> <p>&ldquo;We also strive to support industries that have a high-growth potential and will provide the jobs of the future. This is why the medical and advanced manufacturing industries are so important.&rdquo;</p> <p>Liberty Center also contributed numerous retail positions to the county&rsquo;s job growth totals, it wasn&rsquo;t the kind of employment that would have tipped the scales enough to push the average wages up, Fehr said.</p> <p><strong>BY THE NUMBERS: Butler County job growth and weekly wage growth</strong></p> <p>2.4: percent increase in employment in Butler County between March 2016 and March 2017</p> <p>95: rank among the nation&rsquo;s 346 largest counties for job growth</p> <p>9.9: percent increase in weekly wage growth from March 2016 to March 2017</p> <p>19: rank among the nation&rsquo;s 346 largest counties for weekly wage growth</p> <p>Source: U.S. Department of Labor&rsquo;s Bureau of Labor Statistics</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><a href="http://www.journal-news.com/news/butler-county-has-the-fastest-job-growth-ohio-here-why/2vKdOUh4zT7GcBMKFT5pPP/?ecmp=newspaper_email">http://www.journal-news.com/news/butler-county-has-the-fastest-job-growth-ohio-here-why/2vKdOUh4zT7GcBMKFT5pPP/?ecmp=newspaper_email</a></p> Cincinnati manufacturing tech firm nabs investment https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/478 Mon, 05 Feb 2018 11:36:17 EST https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/478 <p><a title="Cincinnati Business Courier" href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/02/02/cincinnati-manufacturing-tech-firm-nabs-investment.html?ana=e_mc_prem&amp;s=newsletter&amp;ed=2018-02-05&amp;u=qmxMGEOkrdxkScqTU5289Q00331451&amp;t=1517837109&amp;j=79818531" target="_blank">Cincinnati Business Courier</a></p> <p>A Cincinnati tech firm that helps manufacturers automate their factory floors is the recipient of investment from a Charlotte private equity firm.</p> <p>West Chester-based E-Technologies Group received investment from Charlotte private equity firm&nbsp;<a href="http://companies.bizjournals.com/profile/falfurrias-capital/705826/">Falfurrias Capital Partners</a>. The amount of the investment was not disclosed.</p> <p>E-Tech, founded in 1993, helps manufacturers automate their processes and learn from their data. It will help manufacturers put sensors on their machines and write a program to computerize the factory floor.</p> <p>"We take useful data from the factory floor and put it into a format that management can take action from," co-founder&nbsp;<a href="https://securepubads.g.doubleclick.net/pcs/view?xai=AKAOjssGuIu5oUf4r6Pg49cPS1XAYZjuErpb32ikDTM2esoWKWir-dFv7yvG31GK29eu9AN0EZWr0M4GzHzbGl1fxSZzkqReEV3GkIpQosr8ZFvr8_6_nYhaCR8XqeAyTNYhPf6WQwU9a7AtnP1ZvcD8tlPHJdthQM80QRBbszxVSwLtosfMltqccY1kB0BJUlMF5Xq7__sNmxb9NZYgPDlvMFbzzfgrmKXLhYBWQuAtHIFKmIaC73mpA2DhfyybcEH93nvxENtHw1xDxJbKg1tv2Zl9cF0cHOOfvUPu&amp;sig=Cg0ArKJSzLIpM0HFaXzQEAE&amp;urlfix=1&amp;adurl=https://tpc.googlesyndication.com/pagead/imgad?id=CICAgKDL4t-ICxABGAEyCB4p0uX0WO1p&amp;t=10&amp;cT=http%3A//bizjournals.com&amp;l=https%3A//www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results%3Fq%3DDoug%2520Fagaly">Doug Fagaly</a>&nbsp;told me.</p> <p>Small manufacturers are increasingly turning to automation to increase their return on investment and improve reliability and production quality. That fits in with Falfurrias' mission and is a reason it invested in E-Tech, spokesman&nbsp;<a href="https://securepubads.g.doubleclick.net/pcs/view?xai=AKAOjssGuIu5oUf4r6Pg49cPS1XAYZjuErpb32ikDTM2esoWKWir-dFv7yvG31GK29eu9AN0EZWr0M4GzHzbGl1fxSZzkqReEV3GkIpQosr8ZFvr8_6_nYhaCR8XqeAyTNYhPf6WQwU9a7AtnP1ZvcD8tlPHJdthQM80QRBbszxVSwLtosfMltqccY1kB0BJUlMF5Xq7__sNmxb9NZYgPDlvMFbzzfgrmKXLhYBWQuAtHIFKmIaC73mpA2DhfyybcEH93nvxENtHw1xDxJbKg1tv2Zl9cF0cHOOfvUPu&amp;sig=Cg0ArKJSzLIpM0HFaXzQEAE&amp;urlfix=1&amp;adurl=https://tpc.googlesyndication.com/pagead/imgad?id=CICAgKDL4t-ICxABGAEyCB4p0uX0WO1p&amp;t=10&amp;cT=http%3A//bizjournals.com&amp;l=https%3A//www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results%3Fq%3DDavid%2520Coburn">David Coburn</a>&nbsp;told me.</p> <p>E-Tech is Falfurrias' first platform investment since it started looking at the automation market as an attractive space for opportunities.</p> <p>E-Tech started looking for investment as a means to jumpstart its growth. Co-founder&nbsp;<a href="https://securepubads.g.doubleclick.net/pcs/view?xai=AKAOjssGuIu5oUf4r6Pg49cPS1XAYZjuErpb32ikDTM2esoWKWir-dFv7yvG31GK29eu9AN0EZWr0M4GzHzbGl1fxSZzkqReEV3GkIpQosr8ZFvr8_6_nYhaCR8XqeAyTNYhPf6WQwU9a7AtnP1ZvcD8tlPHJdthQM80QRBbszxVSwLtosfMltqccY1kB0BJUlMF5Xq7__sNmxb9NZYgPDlvMFbzzfgrmKXLhYBWQuAtHIFKmIaC73mpA2DhfyybcEH93nvxENtHw1xDxJbKg1tv2Zl9cF0cHOOfvUPu&amp;sig=Cg0ArKJSzLIpM0HFaXzQEAE&amp;urlfix=1&amp;adurl=https://tpc.googlesyndication.com/pagead/imgad?id=CICAgKDL4t-ICxABGAEyCB4p0uX0WO1p&amp;t=10&amp;cT=http%3A//bizjournals.com&amp;l=https%3A//www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results%3Fq%3DSteve%2520Veldhuis">Steve Veldhuis</a>&nbsp;said he and Fagaly ran the company in a conservative manner, reinvesting all of its profits for growth. But they reached a point where the amount of investment required to jump to the next level is beyond what the co-founders themselves could do.</p> <p>"The way we look at it is we built a fantastic foundation for a house and now we've got to put that big shiny mansion on it," Fagaly said.</p> <p>E-Tech has just more than 100 employees and will be expanding its headcount as it grows the company. The investment will allow it to work on larger projects for customers, ramp up some of its research and development and open satellite offices to increase its geographical footprint. E-Tech does not disclose revenue.</p> <p>"We felt like we were holding the company back from our conservative nature," Veldhuis said. "(Falfurrias) was a really good match from the very beginning. There wasn't a lot of second guessing."</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/02/02/cincinnati-manufacturing-tech-firm-nabs-investment.html?ana=e_mc_prem&amp;s=newsletter&amp;ed=2018-02-05&amp;u=qmxMGEOkrdxkScqTU5289Q00331451&amp;t=1517837109&amp;j=79818531">https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/02/02/cincinnati-manufacturing-tech-firm-nabs-investment.html?ana=e_mc_prem&amp;s=newsletter&amp;ed=2018-02-05&amp;u=qmxMGEOkrdxkScqTU5289Q00331451&amp;t=1517837109&amp;j=79818531</a></p>tags: <a href="https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/tag/E-Tech/">E-Tech</a> New Panera restaurant planned in West Chester https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/477 Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:52:40 EST https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/477 <p><a title="Journal News" href="http://www.journal-news.com/news/new-panera-restaurant-planned-west-chester/nQ0SV1doc8k7hIoNlEzvLL/" target="_blank">Journal News</a></p> <p>WEST CHESTER TWP.</p> <p>Panera Bread&rsquo;s largest franchisee has plans to expand the restaurant&rsquo;s footprint in Butler County.</p> <p>Covelli Enterprises plans to open a Panera Bread next spring in West Chester&rsquo;s Beckett Ridge area along Ohio 747.</p> <p>News of the eatery&rsquo;s next location comes on the heels of the Nov. 7 grand opening of the new Panera bakery-caf&eacute; at 5270 Kings Mills Road near Kroger in Mason, the first new Panera in the TriState since the Newport, Ky., location opened its doors in January 2014.</p> <p>The new Becket Ridge bakery-caf&eacute; will need 50 to 60 employees total, according to Melanie Murray, regional marketing director for Covelli Enterprises.</p> <p>The planned 5,000-square-foot restaurant &ldquo;pretty much embodies&rdquo; the same features as the new Mason/Kings Mills location, including a drive-thru, Rapid Pick-Up and digital ordering kiosks &mdash; all services designed to improve the customer experience, Murray said.</p> <p>&ldquo;Opening day is tentatively set for early April, but that could shift due in part to how the winter weather impacts construction, as well as how hiring for the caf&eacute; transpires these next few months,&rdquo; Murray told the Journal-News.</p> <p>The new West Chester Twp. location will be the fifth Panera Bread in the Mason and West Chester Twp. areas, according to Murray.</p> <p>Covelli Enterprises, which acquired the market in 2016, now owns 135 Panera Bread bakery-cafes in Ohio, the largest amount of cafes owned in one state by any franchisee of Panera Bread.</p> <p>The company has taken steps to grow the brand&rsquo;s overall presence through the recent launch of small order delivery, the addition of a drive-thru to the Finneytown location earlier this year, and the development of large-scale partnerships with the Cincinnati Reds and University of Cincinnati.</p> <p>It plans to continue the momentum through the addition of more locations and expanded offerings at existing locations in the near future as part of an aggressive growth plan in and around the Queen City including new caf&eacute;s in Dent, Mariemont and Cold Springs, Ky. near the Northern Kentucky University campus.</p> <p>&ldquo;We&rsquo;re an Ohio company, so growing our brand in our state&rsquo;s largest cities is a major priority for us,&rdquo; said Covelli Enterprises CEO Sam Covelli. &ldquo;We feel there is so much potential in the Cincinnati market, and we look forward to not only expanding in our number of locations but also in our ability to better serve our guests through services like delivery, drive-thru and ordering kiosks.&rdquo;</p> <p>Covelli Enterprises&rsquo; plans for expansion include retrofitting existing caf&eacute; locations in the Cincinnati market with these conveniences over the next several years.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><a href="http://www.journal-news.com/news/new-panera-restaurant-planned-west-chester/nQ0SV1doc8k7hIoNlEzvLL/">http://www.journal-news.com/news/new-panera-restaurant-planned-west-chester/nQ0SV1doc8k7hIoNlEzvLL/</a></p>tags: <a href="https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/tag/Panera Bread/">Panera Bread</a> Streets of West Chester signs new restaurant https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/476 Tue, 14 Nov 2017 11:37:28 EST https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/entry/476 <p>Cincinnati Business Courier</p> <p>A North College Hill restaurant is expanding with a second location in the Streets of West Chester development next to Holtman's Donuts.</p> <p>Skally's Old World Bakery is opening its second restaurant at 9885 Civic Centre Blvd. the Streets of West Chester with a target to be open by spring 2018.</p> <p>Skally's, located at 1933 W. Galbraith Road, is primarily a bakery and is one of the biggest in Cincinnati you'd instantly recognize walking through the Kroger bread aisle. The bakery produces 25,000 bagels an hour in more than 20 varieties and is sold not only under its own brand but as the private label for big brands.</p> <p>The restaurant opened to showcase the kind of foods that can be made with its products &ndash; things like pita pocket sandwiches made with roast beef, ham, turkey or tuna; bagel sandwiches; gyros; and pizzas.</p> <p>The West Chester Skally's is going to beef up that menu with new items like pita wraps; reuben in a pita; salads with house-made dressings like bleu cheese, honey mustard and ranch; soups; chili; vegetarian chili; pita and bagel chips; and gluten-free options.</p> <p>It will also serve as a catering operation to serve all of the nearby businesses.</p> <p>"We're trying to push in this restaurant, expand on what we do at Skally's now in a great new location," co-founder&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Drew%20Skally">Drew Skally</a>&nbsp;told me. "We specialize in making good, fresh products, and everything will be made from scratch."</p> <p>Skally's first started in 1977 when a New York family moved to Cincinnati after the Skally patriarch got a job with Federated Department Stores, back in its pre-Macy's days.</p> <p><a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Drew%20Skally">Drew Skally</a>&nbsp;said his dad, Ephraim, brought his love of pita, bagels and especially pizza with him from New York.</p> <p>"Back in the day, LaRosa's only had two shops &ndash; there wasn't a lot of pizza," he said. "But coming from New York, you had pizza stands on every corner."</p> <p><a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Ephraim%20Skally">Ephraim Skally</a>&nbsp;had to bake everything at home. That love passed on to his kids.</p> <p><a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Drew%20Skally">Drew Skally</a>&nbsp;originally intended on going through medical school but ended up helping his brother&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Ephraim%20Skally%20Jr.">Ephraim Skally Jr.</a>, and sisters&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Jennifer%20Skally">Jennifer Skally</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Cheryl%20Deleon">Cheryl Deleon</a>&nbsp;start the bakery. He had every intention of going back to school to earn a master's or doctorate in physiology but ended up tied to the family business.</p> <p>"We didn't have much family in Cincinnati, and when we got out of school, we went into business together,"&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Drew%20Skally">Drew Skally</a> said. "We work well together because when we got here, we didn't know anybody. All we had was each other."</p> <p>The family always intended to open a second restaurant location but got sidetracked as they expanded and grew their bakery, recently adding a 350,000-square-foot corporate headquarters and production line in Dearborn County&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/10/07/cincinnati-based-bakery-expands-in-indiana.html" target="_blank">after residents in Liberty Township objected to an expansion there</a>.</p> <p><a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Drew%20Skally">Drew Skally</a>&nbsp;said he noticed the Streets of West Chester, a retail development off of Union Centre Boulevard and Exit 19 of Interstate 75, while driving.</p> <p>"I saw the building from the highway and didn't realize it was such a nice site," Skally said.</p> <p><a href="https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/search/results?q=Joshua%20Rothstein">Joshua Rothstein</a>&nbsp;of&nbsp;<a href="http://companies.bizjournals.com/profile/onsite-retail-group/4156265/">OnSite Retail Group</a>&nbsp;LLC handles marketing and leasing of the development. Streets of West Chester houses concepts like Top Golf, Matt the Miller's, Duluth Trading Co. and Chuy's Tex-Mex. He said Skally's is bringing a nice restaurant option that hits all three meals of the day.</p> <p>"They're bringing a home-grown, booming concept to our project, which is what we always wanted," Rothstein told me. "It's sort of like that omni-channel experience: their business bread and butter is pita and bagels, and they're giving the community a taste of their product in a cool atmosphere, which will inevitably drive up sales at their core business."</p>tags: <a href="https://www.westchesterdevelopment.com/pages/news/tag/Skally's Old World Bakery/">Skally's Old World Bakery</a>