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The city of Upper Arlington was incorporated in 1918 and has grown into a primarily residential community. A plan developed by prominent landscape architect William Pitkin Jr. called for curving streets that followed the land instead of the grid-like patterns used in Columbus. Its population grew considerably following World War II when many returning servicemen made the suburbs of Columbus their home.

Seven Story Mixed Use Development Proposed for Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington

Brent Warren Brent Warren Seven Story Mixed Use Development Proposed for Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington

A new proposal for a seven-story building on Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington calls for 42 apartments and 38 condominiums on top of ground-floor retail and second-floor office space. An attached five-and-a-half story parking garage would fit 277 cars. The new development, dubbed Arlington Gateway, would replace the building that currently holds Darrons Contemporary Furniture […]

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Australia-Based Fukuryu Ramen Coming Soon to Upper Arlington

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Australia-Based Fukuryu Ramen Coming Soon to Upper Arlington

A new ramen shop will soon open within the Shops On Lane Avenue. Fukuryu Ramen, a fast-casual Japanese ramen chain, will open mid- to late January at 1600 Lane Avenue. Owner Jeff Tsao, son of Kahiki Supper Club owners Michael and Alice Tsao, will be spearheading the restaurant. Fukuryu (Japanese for “lucky dragon”) Ramen first […]

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Review: Yoga Six in Upper Arlington Goes Extra on Amenities

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Review: Yoga Six in Upper Arlington Goes Extra on Amenities

“This is a nice wow,” said my yoga pal when she saw the entry space at Yoga Six in Upper Arlington. With its gleaming surfaces, cheery front desk staff, and neatly organized retail, Yoga Six says, “We are clean, fun, and ready to serve you!” Amenities abound at Yoga Six, and they have a variety […]

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Bend Creating Colorful, Local Athletic Wear

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Bend Creating Colorful, Local Athletic Wear

“We love Columbus — it is so full of people into fitness, — and it is so fun to design athletic wear for a vibrant local scene,” says Laura Heller, co-owner of Bend. If you don’t know Bend yet, you probably have seen their bright 614 leggings, 614 and “Ohio Love” tank tops, or this […]

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New Retail Building Proposed for Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Retail Building Proposed for Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington

The redevelopment of Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington continues. A new proposal for the southwest corner of Lane and Beaumont Road – an outparcel in front of Whole Foods that has been a grass lot since the re-opening of the grocery store in 2013 – calls for a one-story retail center with two storefronts. Renderings and […]

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Crawford Hoying to Develop Medical Offices in Upper Arlington

Walker Evans Walker Evans Crawford Hoying to Develop Medical Offices in Upper Arlington

Local developer Crawford Hoying is remaining busy with current projects under construction in Clintonville and Dublin, with more on the way in Downtown Columbus and on Olentangy River Road. The company announced today a partnership with the Columbus Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery (CAPS) group to build a new medical office for the organization in Upper Arlington as […]

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Kung Fu Tea Opens in Kenny Centre

Anne Evans Anne Evans Kung Fu Tea Opens in Kenny Centre

Bubble tea lovers, rejoice, another option opened a store front last week in the Kenny Centre Mall at Kenny and Old Henderson Roads. Kung Fu Tea, a franchised bubble tea operation claiming the title of “the unchallenged expert in the bubble tea business,” opened Friday, October 2, nestled in the southwest corner of the shopping […]

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