Liberty Collective entertainment complex in Liberty Twp. gets bigger

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The Liberty Collective, formerly named Liberty Food Park, will be built on a 3.44-acre site on Lakota Lane near Lakota East High School.

LIBERTY TWP. – Construction on an 18,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor entertainment complex near Lakota East High School, will begin later this month.

The project is the brainchild of township residents Mike and Heather Ewers who have renamed and enlarged the complex from their original plans last year.

Liberty Collective, formerly named Liberty Food Park, will be built on a 3.44-acre site on Lakota Lane.

It features five restaurant concepts plus a coffee/breakfast bar, ice cream shop, and three bars. Outdoors, there will be five multi-use sand volleyball courts, cornhole sets, a second-floor patio that can be enclosed for golf simulator bays, and bocce ball courts.

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