$30 million health care facility breaks ground in Greater Cincinnati

$30 million health care facility breaks ground in Greater Cincinnati

Congratulations to Tom Cloud, who represented Tollhouse Farms on the 18-acre sale to Leo Brown Development, who is developing a high-end Assisted Living Development center on the acreage in Lebanon. 

For more information on the sale and the development read the article below that originally appeared on the Cincinnati Business Courier’s website. 


An Indianapolis-based health care real estate development company has started construction on a more than $30 million facility in Warren County.

Leo Brown Group LLC is developing and constructing a 146-unit senior community in Lebanon. The facility, called Traditions of Lebanon, is located on Neil Armstrong Way, just north of Ohio Route 63.

“Many seniors are looking for safe, comfortable living options with high quality services and amenities, and that is what Traditions of Lebanon will offer,” Andy Wade, chief operating officer of Traditions Management, said in a news release.

Traditions of Lebanon will offer different living options and levels of care, including independent living, assisted living and a secured memory care component. Traditions Management, the management company affiliate of Leo Brown, will run the day-to-day operations of Traditions of Lebanon.

Service offerings and amenities at Traditions of Lebanon will include a dedicated 24-hour nursing staff, emergency response systems, scheduled

transportation to doctor appointments and shopping, organized trips and off-site activities, restaurant-style fine dining, casual dining, a theater room, fitness center, beauty salon, library, chapel, walking paths and outdoor gathering areas, as well as daily on-site recreational activities and events.

Independent living residents will have the use of their own dedicated clubhouse that includes a fitness center and multipurpose gathering space.

Grand Contracting is the general contractor on Traditions of Lebanon, with Synthesis Inc. serving as the architect for the project. Once Traditions of Lebanon is fully occupied, the residential community is expected to create about 65 full-time jobs. Leo Brown also recently developed and built Traditions at North Bend, a $20 million facility in Green Township. Traditions of Lebanon will be the fourth property in Greater Cincinnati, joining Traditions of Deerfield in Loveland and Traditions at Camargo in Madeira.

Traditions of Lebanon is expected to open in summer 2021.

Leo Brown Group, formed in 2006, is a privately held company with a primary focus on the development, ownership, and operations of senior living properties.



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