The City is excited about the upcoming Downtown Phase II Expansion project that will build on the success of First & Main’s mixed-use development and capitalize on emerging market opportunities, such as the needs for downtown office and residential space. Hudson's Downtown Phase II Plan is the revitalize the underutilized area of Hudson's downtown. It will take full advantage of First and Main's assets to capitalize on emerging market opportunities.
Ten years ago, City officials and a group of engaged citizens had the foresight to think long term with a vision to create a revitalized downtown core which transformed an industrial property into a full-scale shopping, dining and business experience drawing visitors from across Northeast Ohio and beyond. This vision also included a concept of a future Downtown Phase II which would expand the revitalization efforts to the publicly owned property at the corner of Owen Brown and Morse Roads. For project details, click on the image below.
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Relocation of Salt Dome, School Bus Garage and Hudson Public Power
In preparation for the Downtown Phase II development project, the City of Hudson's salt storage and Hudson School's Bus Garage Facility is being relocated. The development of the new facilities is moving forward quickly. The project consists of constructing a new school bus garage and ancillary road salt storage structure on the City owned parcel located at 5810 Hudson Drive. For more information on these projects that are part of the Downtown Phase II project, click here.