40 Urban Development Projects Completed in 2019
Once again, we’ve compiled a list of all of the projects – mostly in urban Columbus – that we have been tracking this year. We then sorted that list into categories – announced, under construction, completed and other (aka “in limbo”). In a demonstration of how steady the transformation of downtown has been over the last several years, that neighborhood led each category in number of projects. Read on below for a list of projects that wrapped up in 2019.
The first residents moved into The Nicholas over the summer, although work continues on the northern portion of the building.
Grant Hospital completed its new parking garage.
A renovation of the former Zettler Hardware building was also completed this year.
The second of the two LC RiverSouth buildings on South High Street is now open.
Garth’s Auctions is now operating out of the former Municipal Light Plant on West Nationwide Boulevard, although plenty of work remains to convert the rest of the large complex into office space.
The parcel that once held Grandview Mercantile is now home to the Offices at The Sutton.
A nine-story office building now stands at 711 N. High St., on what used to be a parking lot. Del Mar SoCal Kitchen occupies the first floor of the building, while Lincoln Social offers a rooftop bar experience.
Near East Side
The transformation of the North Fourth Street corridor continued in 2019. The Beeker, at the northern end of the corridor, offers apartment over a new Zaftig Brewing Co. outpost. At the southern end, more apartments and townhomes were filled at Jeffrey Park, and the final phase of the 25 Jeffrey Park condo project was completed.
A long-vacant commercial building in Southern Orchards was renovated for office use.
A new apartment building called The Urban opened on West Norwich Avenue. Work continues on The View on Pavey Square project, although leasing has begun for the spring and fall semesters of 2020, and the historic houses that front the development have been occupied since the beginning of the year.
In Clintonville, the first residents have moved into The Ave, although work will continue on the project into next year.
The first residents have moved into a new apartment complex in Milo-Grogan called The Rise.