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Construction Roundup: Short North and University District

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: Short North and University District
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Just about every single block of High Street through the Short North and University District is under construction in some way, shape or form. New apartments, condos, retail, offices and parking garages are being constructed throughout the neighborhoods, creating a nearly seamless transition between the two areas to visitors who traverse the streetscape. Of course, there are several other hotspots for new development as well, deeper into Italian Village, Victorian Village, Weinland Park, Old North, and the areas’ other neighborhoods.

Check out more projects, information and construction photos below.

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All photos by Walker Evans.

Work is underway on a new nine-story office building at 711 North High Street in the Short North.

Another view of the construction at 711 North High Street.

Construction continues at Hubbard Park Place, a mixed-use apartment and office development in Victorian Village.

Another view of Hubbard Park Place.

Work continues at the new six-story Brunner Building in the Short North.

Construction progresses on a new six-story apartment building at the southwest corner of High and Third in the Short North.

A new six-story mixed-use apartment building is going vertical at the northeast intersection of High and 7th in the University District.

A new seven-story mixed-use apartment building is going up at the northeast corner of Lane Avenue and Tuttle Park Place near OSU.

Another view of the new building at High and 7th.

The eight-story Castle building is rising in the Short North at Second Avenue and High Street.

Another view of The Brunner building.

A new four-story office and retail building is replacing the former single-story UDF building in the Short North.


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