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The intersection of Broad and High streets is considered the hub of Downtown, which spans 2.2 square miles. The area is home to the Ohio Statehouse, the Franklin County Courthouse, the Lazarus Building, LeVeque Tower, Columbus Commons and the Scioto Mile, as well as numerous restaurants and residential developments.

Moonlight Market on Gay Street Launches 2015 Season in April

Walker Evans Walker Evans Moonlight Market on Gay Street Launches 2015 Season in April

The Moonlight Market returns to Gay Street on Saturday, April 11th from 6pm to 11pm for its third season. The monthly event takes place Downtown every second Saturday from April to October, and features a unique shopping and entertainment environment that provides attendees with the opportunity to browse artisan products from sidewalk vendors in addition […]

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Lifestyle Communities Interested in More RiverSouth Development

Walker Evans Walker Evans Lifestyle Communities Interested in More RiverSouth Development

Last week it was revealed that the two-building LC RiverSouth development Downtown would be expanding in scope by another two floors, bringing the total number of apartment units to 243. While the news was certainly a surprise, even more surprising was the inclusion of yet-to-be-announced five-story building located southeast of the LC RiverSouth development site. […]

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Barley’s Expansion Would Triple Brewing Capacity

Walker Evans Walker Evans Barley’s Expansion Would Triple Brewing Capacity

Earlier this week, we learned that Barley’s Brewing Company has plans to relocate their beer-making operations just two blocks away to a vacant warehouse structure across the street from BBR. While Jason Fabian, General Manager at Barley’s, says that no lease has been signed yet, he said that the project is moving forward steadily and […]

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Seven-Story Apartment Building Proposed for Oak Street Downtown

Brent Warren Brent Warren Seven-Story Apartment Building Proposed for Oak Street Downtown

Preliminary plans were submitted to the Downtown Commission on Tuesday to demolish a three-story brick building at 330 East Oak Street and replace it with a seven-story, 100-unit apartment building with an underground parking garage. The Stonehenge Company has been brought on to develop the project and is close to purchasing the site from the […]

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Interview: Brett Kaufman on Two25, the 17-Story Columbus Commons Proposal

Brent Warren Brent Warren Interview: Brett Kaufman on Two25, the 17-Story Columbus Commons Proposal

Yesterday the Daimler Group and Kaufman Development announced plans to build a 17-story mixed-use development off of Columbus Commons. If approved, the project would be the tallest building added to the downtown skyline since the 20-story Condominiums at North Bank Park was completed in 2007. We caught up with Brett Kaufman for a brief chat about […]

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Little Eater to Operate New Grocery Business at North Market

Walker Evans Walker Evans Little Eater to Operate New Grocery Business at North Market

Ever since the Greener Grocer closed up shop at the end of 2014, the North Market has been without a true produce stand. The wait for a replacement is finally coming to an end as the Market announced today that the owner of the recently opened Little Eater will be be launching “Little Eater Produce […]

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Second LC Riversouth Building May Rise Up to 10 Stories Tall

Walker Evans Walker Evans Second LC Riversouth Building May Rise Up to 10 Stories Tall

While construction has officially begun on the first of two new apartment buildings from Lifestyle Communities at the Downtown intersection of High and Rich Streets, the second building still has a few details that need to be sorted out. The project was originally conceived as a single seven-to-eight story building, and was later updated to […]

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