A new apartment complex in Ohio was named “beautifully” haunted by residents who complained about noise, traffic and noise pollution.
Residents of a three-story apartment building near the Haunted Forest in Cincinnati said the noise caused by construction is “disturbing,” according to The Cincinnati Enquirer.
They also said construction is causing traffic jams and they fear a fire.
The building is being developed by The Greenbrier Development Group, according to the Ohio Department of Environmental Protection.
The building was purchased in January.
It will be the fourth property in the project to be named “highly haunted.”
The property has been called “Haunted Forest” since the 1970s and is currently owned by the Cincinnati Enterslope-Cincinnati County School Board.
In February, a spokesperson for the school district said a “serious” fire broke out in a portion of the property that houses an old gymnasium.
The fire was contained and the gymnasial is now being repaired.
The development, which is slated to open in 2017, will have a total of 17 units, the Enquireer reported.