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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.

New Renderings for Olympic Development Unveiled

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Renderings for Olympic Development Unveiled

New renderings showing the latest, revised plan for the former Olympic Pool site in Clintonville were revealed last night at a neighborhood meeting. Developer Kyle Katz, whose initial proposal for the site faced criticism from some in the neighborhood for its density and potential to cause traffic and parking headaches, said that he was pleased […]

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Dough Mama Opening Bake Shop in Clintonville

Walker Evans Walker Evans Dough Mama Opening Bake Shop in Clintonville

Dough Mama was one of the newcomers in our Best Bites: Bakeries event back in February, but that didn’t stop Perrie Wilkof from wowing the crowds with her Maple Bourbon Pecan Mini Pies (voted 3rd favorite dessert that night). In fact, her home-based business has done so well since launching back in September, that she’s already making […]

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Revised Olympic Plan Reduces Apartment Density, Increases Parking

Walker Evans Walker Evans Revised Olympic Plan Reduces Apartment Density, Increases Parking

In August, local developer Kyle Katz announced plans to replace their family-owned property in Clintonville that formerly housed the now-closed Olympic Pool with a four-story 152-unit mixed-use apartment project. The plan faced some neighborhood opposition that thought that the development would cause a negative impact to the area, and it was officially placed “on hold” […]

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Plan for North Broadway Development Presented to Neighborhood

Brent Warren Brent Warren Plan for North Broadway Development Presented to Neighborhood

Representatives of Northstar Realty presented details of their proposed five-story, mixed-use development at the southwest corner of North Broadway and High Street to a roomful of interested – and somewhat concerned – residents last night. The meeting, hosted by the new group Positively Clintonville, was meant to provide information about the proposal and solicit feedback […]

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Lineage Brewing Opening Soon in Clintonville

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Lineage Brewing Opening Soon in Clintonville

As winter slowly melts away and Columbus ushers in springtime, Clintonville will soon be welcoming its first local brewery and brewpub. Lineage Brewing, headed by four Clintonville residents, is slated to open at the beginning of April. Co-owners Mike and Jessica Byrne first started fleshing out the concept that eventually became Lineage Brewing about five […]

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Illustrated Map in the Works for Clintonville, Proposals Being Accepted

Anne Evans Anne Evans Illustrated Map in the Works for Clintonville, Proposals Being Accepted

There’s no doubt about it, Columbus loves its maps. (Have you voted in the Columbus Transit Map contest yet?). The Clintonville Area Commission is currently taking submissions for what Clintonville landmarks should appear on an illustrated map of Clintonville. They are also seeking proposals from illustrators who would like the chance to design the map. […]

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Restaurant Review: Acre Farm-to-Table To-Go

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Acre Farm-to-Table To-Go

Acre feels something like a start-up cousin to the Northstar Café. Both have counter service, both promote locally-grown sensibilities. Both have rice bowls on the menu. But at Acre, the counter team wears plaid shirts, while the back of the house wears serious white chef gear (minus poofy hat). And Acre doesn’t have a double-digit […]

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