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Dublin Green Shopping Center Adds Retail Competition to Northwest Suburbs

Walker Evans Walker Evans Dublin Green Shopping Center Adds Retail Competition to Northwest Suburbs

Columbus has seen relatively little in the way of large-scale suburban retail development in recent years, but that’s about to change. Nearly 400,000 square feet of retail space known as “Dublin Green” will emerge from the corn fields of Jerome Township, located approximately half-way between Dublin and Plain City. While the far-flung location seems remote […]

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Downtown Columbus Library to Undergo Expansion and Renovation in 2015

Walker Evans Walker Evans Downtown Columbus Library to Undergo Expansion and Renovation in 2015

The leadership at the Columbus Metropolitan Library has been busy with renovations and expansion plans at multiple locations recently, including Northside, Marion-Franklin, Parsons Avenue and Driving Park. Today the focus returns to the main Downtown library, where a huge new renovation project is planned to expand, modernize and update the historic building for future library […]

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Development Roundup: Updates on Barrett, The Olympic, and More

Brent Warren Brent Warren Development Roundup: Updates on Barrett, The Olympic, and More

Welcome to the inaugural Development Roundup, a new feature designed to keep you up to date on the latest approvals, delays and ribbon-cuttings. The plan is to provide incremental updates on the many projects we are tracking as well as draw attention to some of the smaller or more far-flung developments that we have yet […]

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Columbus Remains an Affordable City for Renters

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Remains an Affordable City for Renters

If you think brand new high-end Short North apartments are expensive, then you’re not likely to want to move to Tribeca anytime soon. According to a new report from apartment search site Zumper, New York’s hip Manhattan neighborhood tops the charts as the most expensive place to rent in the US, where the median one-bedroom […]

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Library Scales Back Plans for New Northside Branch

Brent Warren Brent Warren Library Scales Back Plans for New Northside Branch

The Columbus Metropolitan Library has scaled back their plans for a new Northside branch at 1423 North High Street. They had previously considered building a multi-story, mixed-use building that would house the library on the first floor along with office space or apartments on the upper floors. Ben Zenitsky, Marketing & Communications Specialist for the […]

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Construction Roundup: September 2014

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: September 2014

Every month we publish a photo series that documents the construction progress at various development sites throughout urban Columbus, showcasing the rapid evolution of our city through new apartments, new retail spaces, new offices, revamped streets, highways, greenspaces and cultural institutions. It’s always a challenge to capture everything, and this month we’ve slowed down a […]

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Realigned Cannon Drive Will Mean New Parkland, Development Around OSU Medical Campus

Brent Warren Brent Warren Realigned Cannon Drive Will Mean New Parkland, Development Around OSU Medical Campus

As construction progresses at a rapid pace on the north side of OSU’s campus – two new dorms at the corner of Lane Avenue and High Street and another at Lane and Neil Avenue are close to being topped out – planning continues for the eventual reshaping of a key entrance to the south end […]

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