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Construction Roundup: Downtown Columbus

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With so many construction sites dotting the landscape of Downtown Columbus, it’s easy to lose track of what exactly is being built in each location. When all else fails, it’s generally safe to assume you’re looking at the future home of a mixed-use project containing a mix of ground-floor retail, office, apartments or condos, and structured parking. While the standardized function may seem a bit boring these days, the end result is that more residents, more workers, more businesses and more visitors will soon be engaging with Columbus across all levels.

Check out more projects, information and construction photos below.

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All photos by Walker Evans.

A new six-story mixed use building is going up on High Street between Long and Gay Streets.

The second Parks Edge condo building is rising in the Arena District.

Another view of the second Parks Edge condo building in the Arena District.

A new parking garage building is nearly completed at the Coleman Government Center.

A new apartment building at the corner of Front and Main Streets is nearly completed.

The long-awaited LC RiverSouth expansion is wrapping exterior construction on the first of two buildings at High and Rich Streets.

Construction is nearly complete at the 223 East Town mixed-use apartment building.

Multiple projects are under way at Grant Medical Center in Downtown Columbus, including this office building renovation.

Work continues on a new nine-story apartment building near Grant Medical Center and the Main Library.

The View on Grant apartment building features a warehouse renovation with a two-story expansion addition on top.

Construction has begun on a new 12-story hotel on Nationwide Boulevard adjacent to the Convention Center.

Work is being finalized on the new Coleman Government Center office building.

A new 12-story mixed-use building is rising quickly at Columbus Commons.

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