REVitalize Grand Opening – Saturday, March 16th!


We are so excited to welcome REVitalize to our West Chester complex! REVitalize features protein and nutrient packed shakes along with metabolism boosting teas.

REVitalize will have their Grand Opening at 8095 Beckett Center Drive, West Chester, OH, 45069 on Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 9AM-3PM. They will have a DJ, giveaways, special pricing, and delicious specials.

Like REVitalize on Facebook to find daily specials and promotions. Their regular hours at 8095 Beckett Center Drive will be Monday-Friday from 7AM-2PM, giving you the perfect opportunity to stop in on your way to the office or to take a break and walk over for lunch!


CMC Office Center Surrounded by Beckett Ridge Growth!

Who wouldn’t want their office space right in the middle of community development? CMC’s The Perfect Small Office in West Chester has been right in the middle of years worth of growth and the surrounding area is amazing! 
As Property Manager at this location for the past 5 years, I have seen many new places being built and each one brings it’s own excitement. When I first started, TriHealth was building their Group Health campus adjoining our complex to our north. Across 747, we have seen West Chester Academy build their center for music, dance, acting and gymnastics. In front of that, Children’s Learning Adventure opened their childcare center. Sprint, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Panera Bread have all opened as well. 
The most lengthy development opened last month, bringing the most excitement to the area; Kroger moved from our south side to our north side by building a brand new 133,000 sq ft Marketplace location with a fuel station. The development of Crossings of Beckett also brings PetPeople, SuperCuts, Ambiance Nail Spa to the area as well as opportunity for future outlots. 
Needless to say, the area growth has been incredible and we’re looking forward to what is yet to come! Stay tuned for a really exciting business opening in our retail center this Spring! 

Blue Ash Tenant Spotlight: Simon Accounting Services

Raven Simon is new to CMC’s The Perfect Small Office, Blue Ash! She is a CPA and has had a passion for numbers for as long as she can remember. She started doing her own taxes in high school which lead to doing taxes for friends and family. After doing work here and there, Raven took the leap and opened her own business where she can be more organized. She’s been an official CPA for four years and has been working as one full-time for a year and a half now.

Raven has earned her title after years of schooling. Attending Clemson University in South Carolina to earn her bachelor’s degree in accounting was just the beginning of her education journey. She then went on to earn her Master’s and take her CPA Exam. Raven eventually moved to Ohio to work for GE, where she has planted her roots and decided to open her own business as Raven S. Simon, CPA.

Just by spending a few moments with Raven, you can tell she’s so passionate about what she does. She loves people and she loves numbers, so being a CPA is perfect for her! Raven stated that “numbers tell a story” and her inner teacher wants to help her clients understand what the numbers mean.

Every business at some point will need an accountant and Raven sees quite a variety of people! Anyone from contractors and construction workers to hair stylists and restaurants to dentists and chiropractors. Some clients are only clients during tax season while the majority of her clients are monthly customers.

When it comes to the future, Raven has no plans of slowing down! She plans on working her way to the top until she has her very own skyscraper. She hopes to eventually expand where she can hire a receptionist, auditors, and interns that she can pass her knowledge along to.

While Raven is dedicated to her career and business, she loves to have fun! She enjoys reading and has become quite outdoorsy! Hiking and traveling the world are just a couple of her many interests! Her favorite place to visit being Barcelona!

Raven understands that the majority of small business owners also have a full time job along with running their own business, so she has set her hours accordingly to meet her clients needs! She is open Monday – Saturday from 9 am – 7 pm. You can get ahold of her by emailing, phone call, or social media!

Instagram: @SimonAccounting



Phone: 513-909-9733

Mason Tenant Spotlight: Northpointe Bank

Looking for a home lending expert? Look no further than calling Greg Schmitt of Northpointe Bank, right here in our CMC complex.

Greg started in the business 25 years ago in the title arena, and shortly thereafter founded Schmitt Mortgage. Today, as Mason Branch Manager of Northpointe Bank, Greg prides himself on providing “world class service.”

“I am a man of my word,” said Greg. “It is so very important to me to do what I say I’m going to do.”

Greg relayed that the most favorite part of his job is creating happy and satisfied customers.

“I enjoy the smiles at the closing table,” continued Schmitt. “To me it’s a special time when each client sits with me to close on their home!”

Northpointe Bank is a business that can be of service to tenants here at CMC as well as their families and friends. If you are in need of a mortgage loan or refinancing, see Greg for the personal service you want and deserve.

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Have you seen our newest remodeled lobby?!?! 

8050 Beckett Center Drive, West Chester, OH, 45069 is the first building of the CMC’s The Perfect Small Office – Beckett business complex. It was built in 1999 and has been home to business owners north of the 275 loop ever since! Over the past few months, we have given the lobby a well deserved face-lift that is clean, professional, and inviting to Tenants and their guests. We would love for you to stop by and check it out!

2019, Your Best Year Yet! – How to stick to your resolutions!

New year, new you… right? Every year the majority of us make a list of things we would like to improve on and how we can be our best! But, according to a survey done in 2017 by Business Insider, nearly 80% of New Year’s Resolutions FAIL by February! So, how can you stick to your resolutions and make this your BEST YEAR YET? Here are a couple quick tips

We’ve all heard the expression “old habits die hard”. When getting rid of an old bad habit, try picking up a new good habit! Take the junk food out of your home and replace it with healthy options! So when you’re feeling hungry, you’re forced to have a better alternative. When you feel like having a cigarette, try going on a walk. This allows you to take a break as well as getting some exercise in. Chipping away at a habit rather than quitting cold turkey can make all the difference!

One mistake that people tend to make while setting goals is being TOO ambitious. Goals need to be measurable in order to track constant progress. Start out by making small changes to your everyday routine! If you’ve never gone to a gym a day in your life, going twice a week when starting out is much more doable than going every single day. Work yourself up to your goals! And then make them more ambitious as you succeed! Try using a calendar when creating your goals! This shows physical results that you can see and believe. You can then see on which day you’ll be completely free of your bad habit/ when you have reached your goal.

Did you know you’re more likely to stick to a goal if you tell others about it? It makes you feel accountable! Now that you’ve told your entire family or friend group one of your goals, you can almost bet they’ll bring it up next time they see you. When asked “how is the gym going?” you can reply confidently! Fitness Instagram accounts are at an all time high in popularity right now for this very reason. When you want to prove to thousands of people that you did what you said you were going to do, you make a post and inspire others in the process! So, proclaim your goals loud and proud and just see where you end up! You can even expect some praise and cheers coming your way, which always feels amazing!

So, what are some of your resolutions? And how do you plan on keeping them?