Residential Development Approved For Findlay’s North End

The Findlay City Planning Commission has approved the site plan for a residential development west of Interstate 75 and south of County Road 99 on the north end of Findlay.

The residential development will contain 10 townhome buildings totaling 60 units, 10 garden apartment buildings totaling 160 units, and 19 attached single family buildings totaling 76 units.

Tim Mayle, Director of Findlay – Hancock County Economic Development says the development is a major step toward their “Gateway” vision for the north end.




He says CASTO Development was a great fit to work with the Economic Development office to incorporate a broader mixed use development for the corridor.

Mayle says the “Gateway” vision is continuing to progress with the planned construction of a divergent diamond at the CR 99/I-75 interchange.

In addition, Blanchard Valley Health System continues to evaluate their plans for the land that was purchased in 2018.

Also, the property on the NE corner of 99/75 received a State of Ohio environmental assessment grant to continue to plan for development there.

“The corridor will see significant development over the next few years, it is an exciting time on the north end of Findlay,” Mayle said.