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Construction Roundup October 2019: Downtown, University District & More

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup October 2019: Downtown, University District & MoreA new seven-story apartment building rises against the Downtown skyline — Photo by Walker Evans.
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Development projects continue to hum along all over Central Ohio. In our latest Construction Roundup photo update, we check in on the progress on multiple sites throughout Downtown, The Discovery District, The University District, the RiverSouth area and more.

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All photos by Walker Evans.

seven-story mixed-use apartment building is under construction on Long Street.
Another view of the Long Street building.
Demolition along High Street in the University District is making way for new construction.
Another view of construction at 15th & High.
An updated look at The View on Pavey Square, just north of Lane Avenue.
The View on Pavey Square, as seen from Northwood Avenue.
Foundation work has begun on the site of a new three story residential building at 274 E. Long Street in Downtown Columbus.
Construction rises on a new 8-story hotel on Park Street near the North Market.
A view of the new White Castle HQ on Goodale Street.
New construction has begun on a new five story building at Long and Third Street.
Work is nearly completed at The Nicholas, a block-long building on High Street between Gay and Long.
Work has begun on a new seven-story building at High & Cherry Streets.
A new six-story apartment building is nearing completion at Main and Front Streets.
Work continues on this new six-story apartment building on Main Street.
A new six-story mixed-use apartment building on State Street has topped out.
New ramps and overpasses are under construction during the next phase of the I-70 / I-71 reconstruction near Children’s Hospital.
Work continues at The Residences at Topiary Park at the intersection of Oak and Washington.
Four Grant Oak apartment buildings are being renovated while others have been demolished to make way for new development.
A new nine-story apartment building is nearing completion at 330 East Oak Street.
New homes continue with construction at the new urbanism development at Evans Farm in Delaware County.
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