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Construction Roundup — April 2012

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It seems like you can’t walk, drive or bike a mile in any direction without encountering some form of construction, demolition or roadway work in Columbus right now. Major transformational projects are taking place in and around Downtown, including new apartments at Grandview Yard, a new Edwards Communities development on Third Avenue, the new Lennox Flats apartments, plenty of new construction in the Arena District, the completion of the Rich Street Bridge, new homes in Weinland Park, and major highway reconstruction on Interstate 71.

Check out the photos below for visual updates:

 

Spring Street Bridge
Long Street Bridge
Long Street Bridge
Interstate 71 Highway Construction
Long Street Bridge
Spring Street Bridge
Interstate 71 Highway Construction
Interstate 71 Highway Construction
Edwards Apartments at Born Brewing Building
Liberty Place Phase 2
Wood Companies Building
Weinland Park
Weinland Park
Grandview Yard Giant Eagle
Edwards Communities Apartments
Grandview Yard Giant Eagle
Grandview Yard Apartments
Grandview Yard Apartments
Grandview Yard Apartments
Grandview Yard Apartments
Grandview Yard Apartments
Grandview Yard
Grandview Yard Apartments
Grandview Yard Apartments
Vine Street Parking Garage
Vine Street Parking Garage
Downtown Construction
Convention Center Parking Garage
Columbus Police Building
Former Riverside-Bradley Site
Former Riverside-Bradley Site
Casto Residential Building
Casto Residential Building
Rich Street Bridge
Rich Street Bridge
Rich Street Bridge
Rich Street Bridge
Poindexter Tower
FBI Office Building
Arena District Parking Garage
Nationwide Offices
Nationwide
Nationwide Offices
The Hilton Hotel & Convention Center Parking Garage
Nationwide Offices
Lennox Flats Apartments
Lennox Flats Aparments
Pearl Alley Renovations
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2 Responses to Construction Roundup — April 2012

  1. MHJ May 1, 2012 2:35 pm at 2:35 pm

    Is there a better way of organizing these photos, such as into a slideshow? When you post these, the reader has to click a photo, then click back to find the next one — only to find that the arrangement of the photos has shifted at random. It’s a really frustrating set-up for what’s one of the more interesting regular features of this blog.

  2. Walker Evans
    Walker May 1, 2012 2:41 pm at 2:41 pm

    Yeah, we’re looking into a slideshow function. We’ve quickly realized that the default display is not optimal. Thanks!

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