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Construction Roundup: April 2020

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: April 2020Exterior work is well under way at the "Industry Columbus" mixed-use development Downtown.
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With construction deemed essential business by the Governor of Ohio’s “stay at home” order, work has continued at building sites throughout the city as the weather warms up this April. This month’s construction roundup showcases some of the ongoing projects in Downtown Columbus, The Short North, Italian Village, Grandview Heights and The University District.

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All photos by Walker Evans.

A panoramic view of The Residences at Topiary Park.
A closer look at these new Discovery District apartments and townhomes.
New apartments are going up next door to The Main Columbus Metro Library.
Another view of the two adjacent apartment developments next to The Library and Topiary Park.
A lot of exterior work is now complete at Xander on State — a large mixed-use apartment building near Grant Medical Center.
Construction has topped out at a new seven-story apartment building at the intersection of High Street and Cherry Street near Columbus Commons.
Despite some controversy over unapproved design changes, work continues on this new six-story apartment building in RiverSouth.
Additional townhomes for sale are wrapping up construction at Jeffrey Park in Italian Village.
The next phase at Jeffrey Park has begun on the south side of the 40+ acre Italian Village site.
Another view of new for-sale properties at Jeffrey Park in Italian Village.
Exterior work is wrapping up at this three-story mixed-use building located at the intersection of First Avenue and Fourth Street in Italian Village.
The Four X Five development on the north end of Italian Village is wrapping up work on 14 new for-sale homes.
Work continues on new homes and apartments at the Grant Park development in the Weinland Park neighborhood.
Another view of construction along Grant Avenue in Weinland Park.
More mixed-use development rises at 16th and High in the University District, which will include multiple new buildings once completed.
Another building under way in the University District near 15th and High.
This new five-story building in The Short North will be home to a mix of retail, restaurant and apartment space.
Another view of the new building at Third and High in the Short North.
Work continues on the second phase of “The Sutton” located at First and High in The Short North — a building that will include 100 new apartment units.
Another view of The Sutton in The Short North / Victorian Village area.
Work has begun on a new five-story building on West Fifth Avenue on the southern edge of The University District.
Work is well underway on the first phase of Founders Park — a former 20-acre site mostly devoted parking for Battelle employees.
Another view of the large parking structure at Founders Park.
Work is nearly completed on the reconstructed railroad bridge on West Third Avenue, which will contain pedestrian sidewalk access.
New single family homes are under construction in Grandview Yard.
Another view of new single family homes at Grandview Yard.
Work continues on new apartment buildings at Grandview Yard.
The old White Castle HQ has been demolished to make way for multiple new buildings that have replaced it in Downtown Columbus.
Work is under way near Neil and Vine in the Arena District where several new buildings will house apartments and offices for Chipotle corporate.
Construction continues on the new 8-story hotel on Park Street, adjacent to the North Market.
Work is well under way on this mixed-use development near Long and Third, which includes both a historic renovation as well as a new build addition.
Another view of Industry Columbus, a mixed-use apartment building on Long Street that is slated to ope within the next several months.
A portion of Broad Street was closed over the weekend for some sort of mystery work — possibly related to the plaza redevelopment at the PNC building.

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