Adelphi Quarter Development Breaks Ground
A new $20 million mixed-use residential development known as The Adelphi Quarter officially broke ground this morning at 818 E. Long St. The project is the largest that the King-Lincoln District neighborhood has seen over the past decade, which will include 130 apartment units and 9,000 square feet of retail space.
The project is a joint venture between Columbus-based Borror and Cincinnati-based Kingsley & Co., and will feature a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartment units. Eighty percent of the apartments will be priced as “workforce housing” through a partnership with the Columbus Next Generation Corporation and the City of Columbus.
“We are a minority-owned commercial real estate and development firm focused on bridging the gap between opportunity and capital,” stated Kingsley President Chinendum Ndukwe. “That’s what The Adelphi Quarter is all about. And we’re pleased to partner up with Borror, the best urban developer here in Columbus.”
The Adelphi Quarter is named after the Adelphi Loan and Savings Company — the first African American bank in Columbus — which was formerly located on the property site, along with the McNabb Funeral Home.
Construction of the property is expected to be completed in 2021.
Renderings via Architectural Alliance / Interiors by Schlegel Design Group.