The township was settled in 1794 by surveyor John Dunlap, who named it after his birthplace, Coleraine, Ireland. There is much undeveloped land in Colerain, Ohio's largest unincorporated township. This expansive area offers a range of newer, affordable homes- traditional and contemporary- as well as condominiums, multi-levels and apartments. Colerain Avenue, the major artery through the township, has a daily traffic count of more than 55,000 cars and 95,000 people within 3 miles of the corridor. It offers nearly every major restaurant chain and a wide range of shopping, anchored by the 140-store Northgate Mall (currently undergoing a $40-million makeover). Soon to open is Stone Creek Towne Center, one-fourth mile north of Northgate Mall, a $50-million complex of stores, offices and restaurants. Hospitals- Mercy Franciscan and Mercy Fairfield- are minutes away. Major employers include P&G Miami Valley Lab, Rumpke, Northgate Mall and Northwest School District.
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