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Millennial Tower Proposal Going Back to Downtown Commission

Brent Warren Brent Warren Millennial Tower Proposal Going Back to Downtown CommissionMillennial Tower — Rendering via Urban Design, LLC
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Arshot Investment Corporation is bringing its Millennial Tower proposal back to the Downtown Commission tomorrow, just over a year after the ambitious development was first announced.

The new proposal calls for a 28-story building at the southwest corner of Front and Rich Streets, three floors taller than the previous iteration. Although there are tweaks to the design, the overall look is similar to the proposal brought before the commission in May of last year.

The building would accommodate two floors of retail at its base and six floors of parking above that, with the upper levels divided between office and residential use. A rooftop patio and pool are also featured prominently in the submitted renderings.

Apart from an April announcement that an office leasing team had been lined up, there has been no news about the project since it was heard by the commission last year.

Commissioners did express concerns about the project at that meeting, mostly centered around its most prominent feature, a multi-story LED screen wrapping around all sides of the building. The new proposal appears to take a similar approach to the LED screen.

Stay tuned to Columbus Underground for more updates on this development.

Renderings via Urban Design, LLC.

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