After three years in the making, the first phase of the Grant Park development in Weinland Park is wrapping up and phase two is scheduled to begin construction next year. While phase one focused on single family homes along the west side of Grant Avenue, phase two will include a more dense mix of apartment […]
From San Diego to Scotland, the anticipated release of their new album "Misadventures" will take them on the tour of their lives. They'll stop in Columbus on Tuesday, September 20.
Pierce the Veil fans living in Columbus have just hours before they have the opportunity to experience tracks off their new album, Misadventures, in person when they take the stage tonight at Newport Music Hall. Released in May, the album is the long-awaited follow-up to 2012′s Collide With the Sky. First single “Circles” is a melodic, […]
After nine months of public discussion and architectural revision, The View on Pavey Square was finally met with approval by the University Area Review Board on Thursday night. What was originally proposed as an 11-story mixed-use development for the entire High Street block between Northwood and Oakland Avenues has been reduced to a five-story structure […]
Local TV and radio production studios will call the 15th and High area home in the near future, as representatives from WOSU announced today that the organization is planning a relocation of their operations. Currently, WOSU Radio is based in the basement of The Fawcett Center on Olentangy River Road while WOSU TV is set […]
The University District is a Columbus neighborhood that is in a constant stage of change. Some people may believe that the latest transformations currently under way in the area are something out of the ordinary, but all it takes is a quick viewing of the WOSU Neighborhoods documentary that aired in 2011 to learn that […]
After years of speculation about the possibility of an urban Target store landing in Downtown Columbus, it appears as though the University District will be the first neighborhood in the city to actually see one of the smaller-footprint stores arrive. Less than a week after unveiling the name of the Wellington development at the corner […]
While the development approval process first began back in January for the redevelopment of the High Street block between 16th and 17th Avenues, representatives from the Edwards Communities made it official today with the unveiling of “The Wellington”. Once completed, the new building will house 448 students, 46,000 square feet of ground floor retail, a […]