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Proposal Calls for 65 Apartments in Citizens Building at Gay and High

Brent Warren Brent Warren Proposal Calls for 65 Apartments in Citizens Building at Gay and High

Edwards Companies has submitted plans to the Downtown Commission that call for a complete renovation of the Citizens Building at 51 North High Street. Many of the historic features of the building – such as the original two-story bank hall – would be restored, while the upper floors would be converted into 65 apartment units. […]

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The List: 6 Great Finds at September’s Moonlight Market on Gay Street

Walker Evans Walker Evans The List: 6 Great Finds at September’s Moonlight Market on Gay Street

The Moonlight Market on Gay Street officially becomes a “sweater weather” event this evening as the temperatures cool off and the final days of summer can be counted down on two hands. That doesn’t mean there won’t be a lot to do this month, as over 100 street vendors, retail trucks and brick-and-mortar businesses participate […]

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Day Companies Buys Burned Gay Street Building, Plans Renovations

Walker Evans Walker Evans Day Companies Buys Burned Gay Street Building, Plans Renovations

The white four-story building at the southeast corner of Gay and High Streets has sat quiet this summer. After a devastating fire broke out in the basement of the building on April 15th, the three retail businesses located within (the upper floors were all vacant) were destroyed and the building has sat empty ever since. […]

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Lomonico’s Restaurant Opening Downtown Location

Walker Evans Walker Evans Lomonico’s Restaurant Opening Downtown Location

It’s been just 10 short months since opening his first restaurant, but Craig Lomonico is ready for number two. His namesake Lomonico’s opened in October last year in Pickerington and his second location will be landing on Gay Street this November. “We had been looking around the Downtown, Short North and Clintonville markets for a […]

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First Look: The Carvery

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson First Look: The Carvery

The downtown lunch scene is more vibrant than ever. With choices that range from straigtforward  American cuisine, to ethnic offerings from multiple continents, it’s easier now more than ever to have a great meal in the middle of the day. For the sandwich lovers, The Carvery, which opened on Monday, August 18th, will become a […]

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J. Gumbo’s Celebrates Five Years on Gay Street

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson J. Gumbo’s Celebrates Five Years on Gay Street

There are many reasons to go into business for yourself: the freedom to make your own hours, financial flexibility, the autonomy that comes with self-ownership and accountability. For Chad McCoury, opening his own business was a chance to give something back, an opportunity to help build a community. He wanted to pay forward the support […]

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First Look: The Normandy Apartments and The Welsh

Brent Warren Brent Warren First Look: The Normandy Apartments and The Welsh

With pre-leasing well underway and the first tenants scheduled to begin moving in on August 1st, the latest piece of the Neighborhood Launch puzzle is close to completion. The Normandy, a five-story building on East Long Street between Normandy Avenue and North 6th Street, will house 130 apartment units. Also under construction – and on […]

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