Cramer's Crossing Homeowners:
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Upcoming Event: The annual CCHOA Chili Cook-off will be held on Sunday, October 30th from 2 to 4 pm at the gazebo on the Cramer Oval.
Reminder: CCHOA Annual Meeting will be held on Monday, November 7th at 7 pm at the Washington Township Administration Building, 6200 Eiterman Road.
Cramer's Crossing is a small neighborhood of 79 homes located near the intersection of Rings and Avery Roads in the southwestern part of Dublin, Ohio. Our community was named after Cramer Run which passes through the subdivision.
Cramer's Crossing features 14 acres of green space, 2 ponds with fountains, a bike/walking path and a shelter house. Our community is adjacent to Dalmore Park, which includes a basketball court, playground, bicycle racks and a bocce ball court. Construction of Cramer's Crossing began in 2002 and was completed in 2007. The streets in our community are Stockton Way, Sumner Loop, Morrisey Place and Pensworthy Drive. Cramer's Crossing Drive provides primary access to our subdivision and to the adjoining condominium complex, Cramer's Crossing Village (the condominiums have their own homeowners association). A second entrance is located at Rings Road on the south.
Development plans for what eventually became Cramer's Crossing began in 1996. At that time the plan submitted by Rockford Homes called for 207 multi-family units, 2 one acre single family lots and 2.7 acres of office space. That plan was modified in late 1997 to include 256 apartments and 71 single family homes and would have been called Avery Village Commons. This proposal was turned down by Dublin city officials because it exceeded the density limits for the area.
Rockford submitted a new development plan in 1999 using the name Cramer's Crossing. This plan scaled back the density of the project from 327 units to 145 by eliminating the 256 apartments and replacing them with 64 condominiums. Original plans called for 81 single family homes, but due to some lot size changes the final total was 79.
Click on the image below to see the final subdivision plan. The reserve areas are highlighted in green, the ponds in blue.
The View From Space
A satellite view of Cramer's Crossing from Google Maps. For a larger version click on the image.
The Cramer's Crossing Homeowners Association, Inc. was formed by the subdivision developer (Rockford Homes) in 2002 when construction began. The homeowners took control of the organization in December 2006.