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Columbus Ranked #8 US City for Economic Growth

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Ranked #8 US City for Economic Growth

The US Bureau of Economic Analysis released new data last week that takes an updated look at the current state of economic output generated by individual US metro areas. Columbus ranked at #8 on the list with a 3.3% GDP growth since 2012, which is nearly double the 1.7% national average. “The metros where economic output […]

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Columbus Brewing Company Relocating and Expanding

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Brewing Company Relocating and Expanding

The Columbus Brewing Company is planning for growth over the next few years… exponentially. CBC Owner and Brewmaster Eric Bean just closed on a new manufacturing facility for their brewing operations at 2555 Harrison Road, which is nearly ten times the size of the former brewery. “We weren’t looking for nearly this much space, but it […]

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Columbus Population Growth Leads Ohio in 2013

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Population Growth Leads Ohio in 2013

The US Census Bureau recently released their annual population estimates, and as always, AllColumbusData.com provides a great breakdown of what these statistics mean for Columbus and for the State of Ohio. Essentially, Columbus continues to be the fastest growing region in the state, which is attributable to both domestic and international migration as well as a […]

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Columbus Brewing Company Plans to Expand Brewery

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Columbus Brewing Company Plans to Expand Brewery

It’s one of the best problems to have if you’re in the craft beer business: “out-of-stock”. Columbus Brewing Company, which was purchased by brewmaster Eric Bean and his wife, Beth, three years ago, is on track to brew some 12,000 barrels this year, and at the current location, that can’t happen. See, industry practices dictate […]

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How Suburban is Columbus, Actually?

Walker Evans Walker Evans How Suburban is Columbus, Actually?

Rail transit discussion is back in full force following last Thursday’s announcement about the study of a Downtown-Airport passenger rail line. One of the most common oppositional opinions is that Columbus is too suburban to support proper mass transit. But is it really more suburban than other US cities of similar size? Data analysis site […]

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Columbus Economy Poised for Continued Growth in 2014

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Economy Poised for Continued Growth in 2014

As the national economy continues to gradually strengthen, the story in Ohio continues to be a familiar one. The state as a whole is projected to continue to lag behind, while the Columbus metro area shines bright as a diamond in the rough with an above-average rate of employment growth. “Central Ohio recovered the last […]

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2014 Real Estate Report Provides Optimistic Future for Central Ohio

Walker Evans Walker Evans 2014 Real Estate Report Provides Optimistic Future for Central Ohio

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Columbus released their annual Real Estate Trends report last week, which provides insight from industry leaders on the state of residential, office, retail, industrial and mixed-use markets in the region. Overall, the report reveals that many real estate sectors are in strong recovery or growth phases. Unsurprisingly, rental housing development […]

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