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Construction Roundup: Nov 2012 Part 2

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: Nov 2012 Part 2
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And now, for part two of this months’ huge construction photo update! (CLICK HERE to jump back to Part One)

Construction is being completed on three new apartment buildings in Grandview Yard. The 600 Goodale apartment development is slowly rising skyward. A new apartment building in Harrison West is moving along quickly. The Tribeca apartments by Edwards Communities continues with construction. The demolition of the Fifth Avenue Dam will change the flow of the Olentangy River near OSU. Lennox Flats continues to grow with their second phase of apartment units. The new mixed-use hotel development on Lane Avenue will crown the new entertainment district zoned for Upper Arlington. Multiple dormitory buildings on OSUs South Campus are getting an upgrade. New homes have recently been completed in Weinland Park. Work continues on the new Hills Market Downtown grocery store. The Wonderbread Building in Italian Village is being converted to new apartment units. And after much anticipation, the Hubbard apartment building has broken ground in The Short North.

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And as always, you can visit the archive of photos here: Construction Roundup Archive.

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4 Responses to Construction Roundup: Nov 2012 Part 2

  1. Analogue Kid November 19, 2012 9:29 am at 9:29 am

    Hey Walker you might also want to check out the Riverside Hospital Neurology tower that’s going up on North Broadway. https://www.ohiohealth.com/neurosciencetimeline/

  2. Walker Evans
    Walker November 19, 2012 10:05 am at 10:05 am

    Yeah, I’ve been eyeing it from 315 whenever I pass, but haven’t made the time to get off the highway and park to get photos. ;) Will try do that soon.

  3. CMHflyer November 19, 2012 11:55 am at 11:55 am

    Thank you so much, Walker, for these monthly photo updates.

    I moved to NYC a little over a year ago, and have been trying to keep up with the progress happening back home through these posts. I’m back in CMH visiting family, and to actually see these all these projects currently under construction is nothing short of astounding. So proud of my hometown!

  4. Walker Evans
    Walker November 19, 2012 12:43 pm at 12:43 pm

    No problem! Glad you enjoy the updates! ;)

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