MicroEats Fest, a partnership between Increase CDC and Microcosm to highlight micro food related businesses & any small business with items to sell. Held the last Saturday of each month, join us for food, shopping, and entertainment!
A one day workshop that strives to empower songwriters and help them forward their craft. Classes on songwriting, vocal technique, music business, recording, and more. More details tba.Tickets: https://www.facebook.com/events/268194670287639.
Black Excellence is an organization that empowers and highlights success stories within our communities. Their vision is to achieve unity within the African Diaspora communities with the goal of promoting philanthropy initiatives. Also, they aim to expand the black voting populationthrough inspiration and encouragement of its youth. We hope you will joinus for thie first […]
A plan to build a four-story condominium building on a prominent parcel across from Franklin Park is moving forward. The proposed building at 1676 E. Broad St. would hold 36 condominiums, with enough parking in a ground level garage and rear parking lot to hold 53 cars. A small 1950’s-era office building would be demolished […]
A Columbus Brewing Company tap room, a new concept from the owner of Ray Ray’s and an “East Market” could all be part of a new plan to revive the deteriorating brick buildings that were once used to store and repair trolleys at the northeast corner of Oak Street and Kelton Avenue on the Near […]
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is steadily working its way through Phase Two of its Master Facilities Plan, which calls for seven new buildings in and around its main campus. The largest of the new buildings, the nine-story Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion, is currently under construction on Livingston Avenue and slated to open in 2020. Also […]
New residents started moving into the Hotel St. Clair Apartments in July, marking the beginning of what could be considered the fourth chapter in a venerable building’s long history. Originally built in 1911 as a hospital, the building at 340 St. Clair Ave. was bought by William and Zylpha Garret in 1944 and converted into […]