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Dublin Approves Plans for Eight Mixed-Use Bridge Park Buildings

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Dublin City Council approved a basic development plan yesterday evening for the first phase of the larger Bridge Park project. The plan, presented by Crawford Hoying Development Partners, calls for the construction of eight mixed-use buildings in phase one, that will include a total of 371 housing units, 169,000 square feet of office space, 87,000 square feet of restaurant space and 1,868 garage and on-street parking spaces. The eight buildings range in height from five to six stories and will sit on the west side of the site along Riverside Drive, with future phases planned in blocks north, south, and east of phase one.

“The approvals given were really the result of two years worth of planning, gathering feedback, making adjustments, and working toward the ultimate goal of building an iconic walkable, urban neighborhood that Dublin will be proud of for years to come,” said Stephen Brothers-McGrew, Marketing Manager at Crawford Hoying. “We’ve still got work to do, but we’re really excited by the direction.”

A brief description of each of the eight buildings includes:

  • B1 – A six-story 157,833 sqft building that will include ground floor restaurant and retail space, second floor office space and residential units on floors three through six.
  • B2 – A six-story 91,081 sqft building that will include ground floor restaurant and retail space, second floor office space and residential units on floors three through six.
  • B3 – A five-story 83,961 sqft building that will include ground floor restaurant, retail and office space, and residential units on floors two through five.
  • B4 – A five-story 280,409 sqft building that will include six levels of structured parking and five floors of residential units.
  • C1 – A five-story 88,557 sqft building that will include ground floor restaurant and retail space, and residential units on floors two through five.
  • C2 – A five-story 94,440 sqft building that will include ground floor restaurant and retail space, and office units on floors two through five.
  • C3 – A six-story 89,173 sqft building that will include ground floor restaurant and retail space, second floor office space and residential units on floors three through six.
  • C4 – A five-story 335,086 sqft building that will include six levels of structured parking and five floors of residential units.

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In addition to the development plans for the first eight buildings, Dublin Coucil approved the basic site plans that will lay out the street grid for the both current and future phases of development in the 30.9 acre site. That includes a five-foot wide cycletrack that will span both sides of the Scioto River, bike parking, sidewalks, planters and other streetscaping improvements.

Once fully completed, the Bridge Park development is expected to house over 1 million square feet of residential space, 222,000 square feet of office space, 136,000 square feet of hotel and conference space, 92,000 square feet of restaurant space, a 25,000 square foot fitness center and 120,000 square feet of additional retail space. Additional nearby developments within the larger Bridge Street Corridor site include a 324-unit residential project from Edwards Communities and a 392-unit residential project from Casto.

Construction is expected to begin on phase one of Bridge Park this spring, with initial tenants moving into completed units in early 2016 and completion of the phase scheduled for the summer of 2016. Phase two of the project is planned to begin in the fall of 2015, which will include the hotel, event center and additional mixed-use office, retail and residential space. Planned completion of phase two is scheduled for early 2017.

“We are thrilled that this first approval has been given by City Council,” said Brent Crawford, Principal at Crawford Hoying. “Bridge Park is a reflection of the City’s broader vision for the Bridge Street District. We’re really proud to play a role in carrying out that vision.”

To view the full report (PDF), CLICK HERE. For more information on Bridge Park, visit www.crawfordhoying.com.

For ongoing discussion on the Bridge Street Corridor, CLICK HERE to visit our Messageboard.

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 Update (1/21 1pm – Updated visuals and added more information from Crawford Hoying.)

 Update (1/21 10:45pm – Updated with additional visuals from Crawford Hoying.)

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