From The Dispatch:
Coleman asks for more details before committing to help Grandview Yard
Thursday, January 8, 2009
By Martin Rozenman
Grandview Heights’ massive plan for commercial, retail and residential development between Goodale Boulevard and W. 3rd Avenue has Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman concerned.
Coleman sent Grandview Mayor Ray DeGraw a letter on Nov. 24 saying he’s worried that Grandview Yard will compete with Columbus and asking for more details about it.
“Columbus and the private sector have already invested significant resources, time and effort in creating new housing opportunities and attracting and retaining jobs in our Downtown and core city, including such projects as Techneglas, Children’s Hospital, the Scioto Mile, the Arena District, River South and the King-Lincoln District,” Coleman wrote.