The Findlay City Planning Commission has approved the site plan and conditional use for a mixed-use building at the site of the long-vacant Argyle lot in downtown Findlay.
The four-story building will be located at 526 South Main Street, across from Marathon Petroleum.
The building will include 24 residential units on the top floors and a mix of commercial and amenities for the apartments on the first floor.
There will be 25 parking spots for tenants behind the building.
Dan Sheaffer, director of Findlay-Hancock County Economic Development, expects construction to begin in the second quarter of 2023 and to take about a year.
The property is located within the Downtown Design Review District, and final design of the building will be subject to approval from the Downtown Design Review Board.
The Argyle building, which was directly across from Marathon Petroleum, was torn down after being severely damaged in a fire in February of 2012.
The Argyle lot was purchased by Trivium Development.
The application for site plan review was filed by Peterman Associates.