Development Update: Hubbard Park Place
It’s hard to miss the large building taking shape at the southeast corner of West Hubbard Avenue and Park Street in the Short North. The seven story mixed-use development — dubbed Hubbard Park Place — was first brought to the Victorian Village Commission in late 2013 by the Wood Companies and Schiff Capital Group.
Although the start of construction was delayed due to the developers’ many other projects — including the Dennison, the Brunner, and the Diplomat — the building is now going vertical, on track to come on line by the summer or early fall of 2017.
“Part of the building will open up before other parts,” said Wood Companies President Mark Wood, explaining that the seven-story tower in the middle of the project is concrete and will take longer to build than the four-story frame structure that will face Hubbard and Park.
An underground parking level will cover the entire one-acre site, along with a ground-floor parking garage in the middle of the development that will have a courtyard space on top. That outdoor space will be accessible to office users on the second floor via large garage doors.
“It’s an indoor/outdoor experience for office space, which we think is pretty unique,” said Wood.
All together, the project will have 101 apartments, 145 parking spots and 12,000 square feet of office space.
The apartments — which will have access to a rooftop amenity package featuring a pool, exercise area, and steam shower — will be marketed under the Wood Companies’ new Boutique Collection brand.
For more information, visit www.woodcompanies.com.
Design by Schooley Caldwell — Renderings provided by Wood Companies.