Bunnell Hill Development and Construction Begin PetSuites Mason Project

Bunnell Hill Development and Construction Begin PetSuites Mason Project

The Bunnell Hill Construction team has broken ground on their newest commercial construction project: a new PetSuites facility in Mason, OH. This PetSuites project will consist of a 10,900 SF retail service building with indoor and outdoor play areas for dogs. The facility will offer Doggy Daycare as well as grooming services, with a small retail area near the entrance of the building. The project will be built on a 1.55-acre lot next to the Tru Hilton Hotel.

Mason PetSuites is a great example of how our in-house land development and commercial construction companies come together to offer a seamless project experience for our clients. We’ve successfully completed projects for PetSuites before; they’ve even chosen Bunnell Hill Development as one of their preferred developers for their national expansion. BHD scouts new locations for PetSuites, does market research, cost analysis, financing and land acquisition, and then our commercial general contractors at Bunnell Hill Construction lead the design/build process for the project.

Mason, OH is the latest location BHD has secured and developed. The 1.55-acre site is a part of our Kings Mill’s farmland listing, represented by Rob Blundred and the Henkle Schueler commercial real estate team. We’re excited to add a new face to our King’s Mill farmland facility, and look forward to making PetSuites another one of our many happy repeat clients!


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