A long-neglected parcel at a gateway to Bath Township will be developed into a 22,500-square-foot building that will house a wine bar, restaurant, ice cream store, private club for golf and other game simulations, and businesses.
Bath Provisions, at the intersection of Ghent and Cleveland-Massillon roads, is owned by Stonemill Real Estate, a company formed in 2019 specifically for the development.
Construction, delayed a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will begin this spring. The businesses are expected to open in October, hopefully when restrictions are eased on social distancing and dining indoors.
The site, near Interstate 77, is the former location of Jimbo’s Drive-In and a gas station. Both closed in the early 2000s and the township purchased the land in 2010.
Stonemill, purchased the township property in March 2019 and bought an adjacent parcel from a private owner. The township approved some zoning changes for the 3 acres, and the final plans will be submitted to the trustees within a month.
Stonemill worked with Mann Parsons Gray Architects in Fairlawn and builder/developer CAM Inc. in Uniontown. Bath Provision’s three-story building will be on a slope, with two stories visible from the main parking lot. There will be 120 parking spaces.
Prospective tenants include EMMA Wine with Friends, Farmer’s Rail Pav’s Creamery, The Corner Club, a members-only golf simulation club,
Stonemill also is seeking one or two professional or medical tenants for the 4,188-square-foot space on the second floor.
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