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A space on Shoup Mill Road near North Main Street in Harrison Twp. may have a new tenant soon.

A corporation doing business as “Echelon Ultra Lounge” applied to the Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Liquor Control last week for a full liquor license for the space at 120 Shoup Mill Road. The space formerly held a nightclub called Club Juicy that in 2010 has its application for a license renewal rejected, which led to its closure. 

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A liquor-license application often comes early in the development process of new bars, nightclubs and restaurants, and there is no guarantee that an application will lead to a new establishment actually opening in that space.

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Harrison Twp. officials told this news outlet late last week that they have received no plans or permit applications for the space.

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Attempts to reach the corporation that filed the liquor-license application have not been successful. We will update this story with any new information. 


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