Parkers Blue Ash Tavern site to be converted into daycare center, city officials say

The former site of Parkers Blue Ash Tavern was sold for $1.5 million and will be transformed...
The former site of Parkers Blue Ash Tavern was sold for $1.5 million and will be transformed into a day care and early childhood education center, officials with the city of Blue Ash said.(Courtesy of Parkers Blue Ash Tavern)
Published: May. 13, 2022 at 6:44 PM EDT
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CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Enquirer) - The site of the former Parkers Blue Ash Tavern, which closed two years ago as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, is being converted into a daycare center, according to Blue Ash officials.

A $1.5 million sale of the property at 4200 Cooper Road was finalized in March, according to Hamilton County Auditor property records.

Paul Kleier, planning and zoning administrator for the city of Blue Ash, said the property will be transformed into a daycare and early childhood education center operated by The Learning Experience.

According to its Linkedin page, the Deerfield Beach, Florida-based company operates over 300 company-owned and franchise centers across the country.

Kleier said the city hasn’t received any indication from the company as to when the center might open.

Parkers Blue Ash Tavern announced in April 2020 that it was permanently closing its doors.

“We will always value the relationships we’ve formed over the years and will forever cherish our times together with you, the Blue Ash community,” the restaurant said in a statement on its website.

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