Completed office projects

In the realm of commercial real estate management, we excel in leasing, selling, and constructing office spaces tailored to businesses. Whether you’re leasing or buying real estate for a new office, our build-to-suit capabilities are unparalleled. By combining the capabilities of a brokerage and a development team, we can help your growing business at every step. Situated in Southwest Ohio our reputation in development precedes us. Our comprehensive real estate services act as your one-stop destination for solutions. Dive into our portfolio below, showcasing completed office projects that show our commitment to delivering top-notch commercial construction. Our team strive to be on schedule, on budget and build exactly what your business needs to flourish.

LCNB National Bank
Main Office Renovation:
Lebanon, Ohio

Bunnell Hill Construction performed the complete renovation of LCNB’s three-story, 29,000 SF office building on N. Broadway Street in downtown Lebanon as an early step in the city’s plan to revitalize and expand its downtown area. Bunnell Hill Development also acquired several other downtown properties to help with this endeavor, of course with the cooperation of the City of Lebanon. The LCNB building was originally constructed in the 1800s. Our team of commercial contractors worked to find a balance between maintaining the character of the original building and putting modern-day advances in place for the bank. Lebanon is close to our hearts at The Schueler Group of Companies because it’s where we were founded over 80 years ago and where we are still headquartered today. Being included in the renovations and new commercial construction in Lebanon’s downtown area over the last 5 years is something we have really enjoyed. We are honored to have been chosen to work with LCNB on this project and are thrilled with how the office renovation turned out. We look forward to continuing the relationship with LCNB on future projects.

Melink HQ2: Milford, Ohio

BHC completed the construction of the Melink HQ2 30,000 SF office, warehouse, and light assembly building in late 2019. This is the second commercial development project we have built for Melink; we previously completed their first Headquarters (HQ1) in 2005. That previous facility was an example of leading-edge sustainable “green” commercial construction; it was Ohio’s first LEED Gold-certified building and achieved Platinum status after completion. The new facility is a Zero-Energy building (ZEB) and will serve as a model for how to design and build Zero-Energy commercial and industrial properties. We always enjoy working with Melink; their innovative vision for constructing sustainable industrial buildings has brought Southwest Ohio to the forefront of the ZEB movement.

Apex Eye: Mason, Ohio

Dan Thomas and Mark Hail of our in-house construction company worked on this 10,000 SF medical office building, completed in the spring of 2018. The space features administrative offices, several exam rooms, and upgraded waiting and display areas. This office space is a prime example of Schueler Group and BHC’s ability to construct a completely customized space. Apex Eye wanted a modern, residential feel in a commercial setting, which made this a project our team had to be creative with. In the end, we are extremely proud of this attractive and inviting office space, which we delivered on budget and on time. Thank you to Apex Eye for trusting us with this renovation!

Meals on Wheels: Middletown, Ohio

In 2017, Schueler Group completed a 13,000 SF commissary and office for the Warren County Community Services Meals on Wheels program. Rob Blundred, with Henkle Schueler & Associates, helped WCCS secure the location for its new office, and Bunnell Hill Construction completed the construction. Warren and Butler counties are two of the busiest counties in Ohio when it comes to the demand for Meals on Wheels. Previously, WCCS was working out of a 100-year-old building, and they didn’t have the room to deal with the capacity of food distribution they needed to do. This project was a great experience for us because it’s something that will aid our local communities for decades to come. As Southwest Ohio’s foremost full-service commercial real estate company, our unique and comprehensive approach to commercial and industrial real estate allows us to complete large projects with many moving parts seamlessly via communication and teamwork between all our divisions. Take a look at our process on our second project for LCNB, broken down by what each of our divisions does on a project:

Lebanon Citizens National Bank (LCNB) made the move to its new corporate operations center in mid-2017. Schueler Group was able to complete this project on time and on budget and offered a single point of contact for the bank over the course of the project. This project permitted The Schueler Group of Companies to completely engage our comprehensive, vertically integrated menu of commercial real estate services, from commercial brokerage to land development to commercial construction. Each part of this project was handled under one roof, which allowed for seamless transitions and a smooth process for LCNB. We were thrilled to have been able to work with LCNB, the city of Lebanon and Warren County on the first new building in downtown Lebanon in over 100 years. The project from start to finish took about 12 months. LCNB is now situated to best serve both its corporate interests and its customers, which no doubt will fuel more company expansions in the future.

Lebanon Citizens National Bank: Lebanon, Ohio

On-Time and On-Budget

Schueler Group’s commercial brokerage division, Henkle Schueler & Associates, assembled 12 parcels of developable land to create the lot for the operations center to occupy.

Bunnell Hill Development and Schueler Group were the project developers and handled the land development, building design, city approval, and project financing.

Bunnell Hill Construction, the commercial construction arm of Schueler Group, managed the construction of the facility as the general contractor.


Melink is an energy company with a focus on sustainability. When designing their new headquarters, this was a focus of their build. Bunnell Hill worked with them closely to choose and design the most energy-efficient and sustainable office facility possible. This was a rewarding project for us because it brought our area into a new field of commercial realty: “green” industrial and commercial construction.


Melink Corporate Headquarters (HQ1): Milford, Ohio

Bunnell Hill Construction worked with Melink and their design team from conception to occupancy in creating Ohio’s first certified LEED gold Building in 2005. The 30,000 SF multi-story, Class-A office building, Melink’s first building on its Cincinnati-area campus, was completed in a 9-month construction time frame using precast concrete panels. Precast concrete construction is an extremely environmentally-friendly process for designing and constructing industrial properties. It eliminates the waste of one-time molds, recycles additives, and reduces energy emissions as a result of reduced construction time.


Mental Health & Recovery Center : Lebanon, Ohio

Schueler Group’s Bunnell Hill Development developed this facility for Mental Health and Recovery LLC, and Bunnell Hill Construction completed the project in 2009 in only a 10-month construction period. The project features two buildings making up 23,000 SF of office and treatment spaces. This was another really rewarding experience for The Schueler Group because it provides greatly needed mental health services for Lebanon and its surrounding communities.

NewPage Corporation: Miamisburg, Ohio

Bunnell Hill Construction completed a 75,000 SF Class-A office building for NewPage Corporation in Miami Township in mid-2007. The building was created in just 12 months using precast concrete panels and was Ohio’s first building to achieve Green Globes verification. This was a huge undertaking for us, as this client needed a multi-use facility that was as sustainable as possible. In the end, this $10 million project resulted in a beautiful, sustainable facility for NewPage’s corporate headquarters. This new building is now the home of their executive offices, IT and customer service divisions, finance marketing, order management, as well as their HR and communications departments.

What to Keep in Mind when Entering Cincinnati’s Commercial Realty Market

Commercial real estate in Cincinnati and the surrounding regions is an active, growing market. Both commercial, residential and industrial properties are proliferating, lease occupancy is high, and companies both big and small are setting up shop in order to access Midwest markets. These are great things for players who already have a space, but it can make it difficult to find a perfect new property; there’s both too much and too little to choose from. Consider getting creative with your business growth plan. Look at leasing instead of buying. Or purchasing and renovating an existing commercial facility instead of developing land and constructing a new one. Cincinnati’s commercial real estate market is a great place to be; it’s worth a little flexibility.

Scroll to Top