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Six glacial ravines cut east to west through this neighborhood just six miles north of downtown Columbus. Whetstone Park is a popular landmark and features bike trails, baseball fields and tennis courts, a pond, a library, and a recreation facility, as well as the 13-acre Park of Roses. Clintonville’s business district, concentrated on and near High Street, is home to a variety of shops and bakeries.

Mixed-Use Development in Clintonville Moving Forward

Brent Warren Brent Warren Mixed-Use Development in Clintonville Moving Forward

A 300-unit apartment development in Clintonville is back on track nearly a year after it was initially proposed. Upper Arlington-based developer Vision Communities is in the process of finalizing drawings and submitting permits for the project, which will replace the former Dixie International warehouse at 3640 Indianola Avenue. The primary holdup was the capacity of […]

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Clintonville Community Market Reborn as Dance Studio

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Clintonville Community Market Reborn as Dance Studio

“We want to go away from the stereotypes: who is a dancer, who isn’t,” says Filippo Pelacchi. “At the end of it, it is movement. There is no way that you should not do it because you don’t think you have the body for it. You do! Everyone is a dancer is some way.” Pelacchi and his […]

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Kindred Beer Opening Clintonville Tasting Room

Walker Evans Walker Evans Kindred Beer Opening Clintonville Tasting Room

The brewery formerly known as Kindred Artisan Ales is working on expanding in multiple ways. In addition to rebranding to Kindred Beer, the Gahanna-based business announced on Friday that they’ll soon be launching a second location in Clintonville. “Clintonville has a vibe we love — independent, relaxed and friendly,” explained Kindred Beer CEO Kevin Schmudde. […]

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Columbus Makes Art: Alexander Paquet on Diving into Experimental Music

fusefactory fusefactory Columbus Makes Art: Alexander Paquet on Diving into Experimental Music

On Feb. 3, Alexander Paquet will be performing as Field Sleeper at the It Looks Like Its Open gallery in Clintonville as part of the Fuse Factory Electronic and Digital Arts Lab’s Frequency Fridays experimental music and sound art monthly series. In spite of being a relative newcomer to Columbus’ underground music community, he has […]

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The Deco in Clintonville is Now 55-and-Over, Set to Open in April

Brent Warren Brent Warren The Deco in Clintonville is Now 55-and-Over, Set to Open in April

With construction work progressing and the first residents scheduled to move in as soon as April, the developer of the Deco announced yesterday that the 114-unit project is now officially a 55-and-over property. What that means in practice – in accordance with Federal Fair Housing Act rules – is that at least 80 percent of […]

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PHOTOS: What the Rock?! Now Open in Clintonville

Walker Evans Walker Evans PHOTOS: What the Rock?! Now Open in Clintonville

After finishing out their final holiday shopping season in the Short North, husband-and-wife duo Mike Renner and Heather Ziegler have finished relocating What the Rock?! to its new location at 3039 Indianola Avenue in Clintonville. The store soft-opened today for the first time since the move, with a grand opening to be announced in the […]

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Restaurant Review: Ye Asian Bistro

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Ye Asian Bistro

For a while there, Chinese buffets were everywhere. While quality control was an issue, you couldn’t argue with the quantity for a price tag that was typically less than ten bucks. After years and years of existence as a Chinese buffet, the new operators at 139 Graceland quietly did something new with the restaurant space. […]

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