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Construction Roundup: Trail Edition

Brent Warren Brent Warren Construction Roundup: Trail EditionA parking garage goes up near the OSU Wexner Medical Center. Photos by Brent Warren.
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Central Ohio’s trails and greenways remain open for business, and are actually seeing quite a bit of traffic as people continue to utilize them both for transportation and recreation.

The trails provide great views of the natural world along our river corridors, but they also can be a good place to catch a glimpse of various construction projects.

Scroll down for some photos taken in the last week or so, mostly from the Olentangy Trail. Included is new development along the re-aligned Cannon Drive, the Founders Park project, a different view of the Reach at Goodale, cranes at work on the new soccer stadium, the former Municipal Light Plant across the street from the stadium, and the $240 million CoverMyMeds headquarters.

New trees have been planted along the trail near King Avenue.
Looking north at new parkland along the river near the Wexner Medical Center.
A path to the re-aligned Cannon Drive.
A parking garage will sit in the center of several buildings at Founders Park.
The elevator shaft of a hotel going up at Founders Park.
A view through the trees of apartments at the Reach on Goodale.
Another view of the Reach on Goodale.
Cranes at work on the new soccer stadium on Nationwide Boulevard.
A look across the Olentangy River where the new pedestrian bridge will be built.
Garth’s Auctions is now located in the former Municipal Light Plant, while work continues on the renovation of the larger building next door.
A view from a distance of the new CoverMyMeds office complex, next to Orange Barrel Media headquarters.
A closer look at the CoverMyMeds building.
View from McKinley Avenue of the CoverMyMeds building under construction.
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