Neyer Properties, in partnership with WP Land Company, the Oakley Community Council, and the City of Cincinnati celebrated the Three Oaks single-family development, Foundry Park, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 13. Foundry Park is the single-family residential portion of the over $200 million residential Three Oaks development. Foundry Park itself will be made up of 106 single-family homes. Seven homes, which will be LEED certified, are close to completion and are for sale. Looking ahead, 20 additional homes will be built next year, and Foundry Park at Three Oaks will be fully built out in the next 3-4 years.

Foundry Park prioritizes the homeowners’ design choices by offering a wide selection of floor plan options to choose from when building their dream home. Showcased at FoundryPark.com, WP Land Company is currently offering eight distinct floor plans, with over 16 different exterior elevations, that are between 2,400 to over 3,500 square feet for this residential development. Homes range from $799,900 to $1,039,900 with plans that offer the option of 2-4 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms. Additionally, a select number of fully customizable homesites are available; two of these fully customizable homesites have already been sold. The customizable homes offer the opportunity for rooftop decks.

Foundry Park showcases the unique styles of the homes by being flexible with homeowners and offering exterior variations to embody the new urbanism feel of the development.

Foundry Park will offer many amenities for homeowners and the community. A focal point of the Three Oaks community is the public park, located at the entrance to the Foundry Park neighborhood on the corner of 34th and Robertson. Additional amenities include gathering areas for fire pits, hiking & biking trails, and extensively landscaped pocket parks throughout the development. Once the project is complete, events will be held at the park in Three Oaks for the entire community to enjoy.

Alongside Oakley Community Council, Neyer Properties is working hard to establish a hike / bike pedestrian tunnel under the railroad tracks to the north. This tunnel will allow all residents of Three Oaks and the Oakley community improved connectivity to Oakley Station and enhanced walkability to the rest of the Oakley community.