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Construction Roundup: August 2014

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: August 2014

The summer is winding down, but there are still several months of reliable weather remaining to help construction continue at a rapid pace in Columbus. We’ve recently seen some new milestones occur as groundbreakings continue to take place, prices, floorplans and tenants continue to be announced in mixed-use development projects, and hard-hat tours become more […]

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Columbus City Councilmember A. Troy Miller Resigns

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus City Councilmember A. Troy Miller Resigns

Last November, Columbus voters elected to give Councilmember A. Troy Miller another four years in office. Yesterday he decided that he only needed nine months. Miller confirmed via press release that he would be stepping down from office at the end of September. “I’m proud and thankful to have been able to serve the residents […]

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New Bus Route takes Center-City Residents to Suburban Jobs

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Bus Route takes Center-City Residents to Suburban Jobs

It’s widely known that Silicon Valley is a hotbed of high-paying tech jobs for Millennials on the West Coast, though not a lot of them want to live in the suburbs of Palo Alto or Mountain View close to where they work. A large portion of that young workforce would rather inhabit the hip neighborhoods […]

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Day Companies Buys Burned Gay Street Building, Plans Renovations

Walker Evans Walker Evans Day Companies Buys Burned Gay Street Building, Plans Renovations

The white four-story building at the southeast corner of Gay and High Streets has sat quiet this summer. After a devastating fire broke out in the basement of the building on April 15th, the three retail businesses located within (the upper floors were all vacant) were destroyed and the building has sat empty ever since. […]

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City Attorney Pfeiffer Launches Neighborhood Video Series

Walker Evans Walker Evans City Attorney Pfeiffer Launches Neighborhood Video Series

The best way to get to know your neighborhood is to get out there and explore it in person. Or, as Columbus City Attorney Rick Pfeiffer likes to put it: “take a mosey”. “Moseying is an expression I’ve used for decades,” said Pfeiffer. “It means getting out into the community, visiting neighborhoods, talking to people […]

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14 Bands Not to Miss at FMMF This Weekend

Walker Evans Walker Evans 14 Bands Not to Miss at FMMF This Weekend

The first-ever Fashion Meets Music Festival (FMMF) kicks off tomorrow, and features over 100 local, regional and national bands and musicians as well as over 40 fashion designers and brands participating in industry seminars and fashion shows. There’s a packed schedule from 11am on Friday through 1am on Sunday night, which can appear a bit […]

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World of Beer Opening South Campus Gateway Beer Garden

Walker Evans Walker Evans World of Beer Opening South Campus Gateway Beer Garden

Nothing goes together quite like college students and beer. To that end, World of Beer is working on opening their third location in Columbus with a new South Campus Gateway location that will serve student, faculty, visitors and locals alike. Additionally, the new bar will be larger than both the 3,900 square foot Brewery District […]

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