Huber Heights offers great opportunities for everyone who visits lives, works and shops in the community. Known as “America’s Largest Community of Brick Homes,” Huber Heights has evolved into a community of over 14,000 residences with an estimated population of 40,000 and as a major industrial and commercial center. With a large supply of quality single-family homes, an abundant number of multi-family units and new residential development occurring in the north areas of the community.
Our housing character clearly reflects our hometown nature. Homes are still built along neighborhood lines near our neighborhood-based schools. While our traditional brick-style housing found in areas like Belle Plain, Beldale and Evergreen Woods continues to hold solid investment value and upscale housing in a wide variety of ranges including: Stoney Creek, Callamere Farms, Heathermere, The Reserve at the Fairways, Villas at Benchrock and Park Town offer single and multi-family living. Elysian Fields a gated, private condominium community and the new additions of Carriage Trails, Artisans Walk and The Oakes of Huber Heights residential developments provide housing sites located along rolling terrain, wooded areas and meandering streets.
Housing is available for everyone including the first time home buyer, empty nesters, professional couples and upper management personnel. Everything from the 1-bedroom apartments, senior housing to the deluxe condos can also be found in Huber Heights.
The City of Huber Heights promotes a pro-family and pro-business attitude and a “let’s get it done” philosophy. The Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Corporation and the Huber Heights City staff work closely together to support the growth and development of the community.
As you can see-Huber Heights is on the move! The opportunities in this northern Montgomery County community bode well for continued growth and development.