Union Village has been built on the same design principles that apply to other great towns in the south-west of Ohio. There are clear similarities with Hyde Park and Oakwood. The town square is at the heart of the Village, and everything else radiates out from here. Every neighborhood that is located here is connected through trails and gullies. These pathways are lined with trees and there are many parks that are located throughout the area. Residents in the Village can also take advantage of the county park which is nearby which also includes a recreational lake.
The neighborhoods in Union Village are defined by their greenery, which makes it a very pleasant place to live. All of the neighborhoods are connected to the town square and to each other through a system of paths and meadows which cover over 200 acres in total. If you want to take a stroll through the Village you will never have to walk the same way twice. If you feel like being even sportier, then you will find baseball and football fields at Warren County Sports Park, which is just to the north of the Village.
There will also be a Regional Commercial Center in Union Village. Again this is something that will be connected to all neighborhoods through pathways and trails. Civic buildings will be constructed throughout the Village, and they will also have open spaces attached. This means that every neighborhood has the chance to gather together and take part in civic life.