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Construction Roundup April 2020: Franklinton, OSU & More

Brent Warren Brent Warren Construction Roundup April 2020: Franklinton, OSU & More
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April gets a second Construction Roundup this year, and it features some projects that we haven’t checked in on in a while. Scroll down for recent photos of developments in several different neighborhoods, including Franklinton, Clintonville, the University District and more.

Check out the captions below each photo for more information and links to project details.

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All photos by Brent Warren.

The redevelopment of the University City Shopping Center continues.

Another view of the University City mixed-use development.

The new Postle Hall, at the corner of 12th and Neil on the OSU Campus.

OSU’s new Health Sciences Faculty Office and Optometry Clinic, at the corner of 11th and Neil.

A view up High Street of the 15th and High development.

The future WOSU headquarters.

Work continues on a rear addition to the Smith and High building.

This parking garage in Italian Village will be wrapped with residences and some retail space.

A view from Swan Street of the hotel going up on Park Street.

The site has been cleared for the second phase of the Gravity project in Franklinton.

The completed first phase of Gravity is visible to the north (across West Broad Street) from the site.

The church in the background sits across McDowell from the development, and will be torn down to make way for affordable housing.

Looking east toward Downtown.

A view of the site from Broad Street.

Two blocks to the west of Gravity, work continues on this apartment building.

Demolition of the former hospital buildings at Mount Carmel West continues.

Another view of Mount Carmel.

Work has started at the corner of High and Tompkins in Old North Columbus.

Exterior work has wrapped up on this infill building near the corner of North Broadway and High in Clintonville.

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