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Housing JV Impact Gala with Keynote: Angel Investor Manny Fernandez

  Housing JV Impact Gala with Keynote: Angel Investor Manny Fernandez

CREATING AN UNSHAKEABLE GENERATIONAL LEGACY “…Columbus is among the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. But the boom feels more like a bust to many residents whose lives are compromised by the high cost of housing.” —Affordable Housing Alliance of Central Ohio Due to a confluence of favorable market forces, formerly down-and-out housing markets across the […]

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Pet or Plant? 6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting a Pet

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Pet or Plant? 6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting a Pet

It’s hard to resist that furry face looking at you through the shelter or pet store window. For many, it’s downright painful to walk away. Pets are wonderful additions to any household or family. They’re always there when you need them, and their love is unconditional. But, with any good thing comes a caveat. Pets […]

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Opinion: A Big-Picture Conversation on Development is Necessary

Mike Brown Mike Brown Opinion: A Big-Picture Conversation on Development is Necessary

There is major new development in the heart of Columbus, and that is creating a needed conversation on affordability. Advocacy groups are working to drive a new generation of investment and policy in our region to spur affordable developments, along with various levels of government. We also have some voices very critical of the new […]

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Fast Forward: North Fourth Street in Italian Village

Walker Evans Walker Evans Fast Forward: North Fourth Street in Italian Village

While the High Street stretch of the Short North has become very well known as ground zero for construction, there’s an even larger amount of new development occurring along the strip of North Fourth Street in Italian Village just two blocks east. Just a few short years ago, this street was best known for being […]

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Actually Read Your Lease Terms — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Actually Read Your Lease Terms — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

Renting your first apartment is an exciting time in life. Getting out from under parental authority and signing your own lease are major steps into freedom and independence. With such newfound empowerment comes great responsibility. After all, it’s a legal agreement. That being said, read through the thing in its entirety. It’s not exactly a […]

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Don’t Play With Fire — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Don’t Play With Fire — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

When I first moved into my current apartment, my landlord gave me a few warnings: change the air filter every three months, be mindful of what’s going down the garbage disposal, and don’t grill out too close to the building. That last one seemed out of the blue until he shared that one of his […]

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Construction Roundup: University District & Weinland Park

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: University District & Weinland Park

One of the most rapidly transforming areas in Central Ohio in the University District area. Construction cranes currently line High Street where taller buildings are being erected while projects with larger footprints are now under way in other parts of the larger neighborhood. One example is the start of construction on the next phase of […]

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