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Fourth & Third Redevelopment - 995 North Fourth

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    News
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    Italian Village Retail Proposal Gets Lukewarm Reception
    March 13, 2015 11:18 am – Walker Evans

    While the concept might sound like a good idea in general, Italian Village Commission Member Jason Sudy says that the details of the project are not quite ideal.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/italian-village-retail-proposal-gets-lukewarm-reception

    #1067230

    Zyro
    Participant

    So is that new article saying that the commission is asking for another redevelopment proposal that’s different from the one with a lukewarm response?

    #1067269
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    So is that new article saying that the commission is asking for another redevelopment proposal that’s different from the one with a lukewarm response?

    Yes.

    #1067277
    Jason Powell
    Jason Powell
    Participant

    Good for them!!

    #1067294

    mbeaumont
    Participant

    Well, they haven’t met with the commission yet. But Jason Sudy, who is quoted in the piece, is on the commission. I have a feeling the other IVC members will feel similarly, but just clarifying that this particular proposal has not yet gone before the commission.

    #1067363

    Zyro
    Participant

    Okay, awesome. I’m glad to hear this isn’t final, then….because lukewarm is indeed what it is :p

    #1067815

    News
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    Retail Proposal A Nonstarter for Italian Village Commission
    March 18, 2015 10:41 am – Walker Evans

    A new proposal for a retail center on Fourth Street was reviewed by the Italian Village Commission last night, and the group had a fairly strong negative response to the project. Last week when we announced the initial details, commission member Jason Sudy weighed in critically, and echoed much of his previous sentiment to the project’s applicants.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/retail-proposal-a-nonstarter-for-italian-village-commission

    #1068255

    hometown
    Participant

    I appreciate the Italian Village’s attention to pedestrians in this proposal.

    #1068507

    News
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    Capital Equities Defends Retail Proposal for Italian Village
    March 24, 2015 7:00 am – Walker Evans

    The plan presented last week is a major revision to the original proposal, which suggested a complete demolition at the site, and a replacement of larger three-story building, not unlike other types of development happening throughout the neighborhood. The project is being proposed by site owner and developer Capitol Equities, and Principle R. Todd Kemmerer shared his frustrations with the commission’s feedback so far.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/capital-equities-defends-retail-proposal-for-italian-village

    #1107141

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    Retail Renovation Coming to Italian Village in Summer 2016
    December 17, 2015 9:36 am – Walker Evans

    A pair of warehouse buildings in Italian Village will be reborn next summer as a retail hub for small businesses when local developers at Capitol Equities completes a full renovation planned for the site. Located at 995 North Fourth Street, the property takes up the entire block between Fourth Street, Third Avenue, Hamlet Street and Punta Alley.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/italian-village-retail

    #1107156
    Josh Bauman
    Josh Bauman
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    I understand leaving the parking out front — not a lot can be done with that in leaving the existing building and maintaining visibility. But couldn’t they have fought against the additional parking out back? Hopefully they will build out the frontage against Hamlet with townhomes or something eventually.

    #1107170
    Josh Bauman
    Josh Bauman
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    I understand leaving the parking out front — not a lot can be done with that in leaving the existing building and maintaining visibility. But couldn’t they have fought against the additional parking out back? Hopefully they will build out the frontage against Hamlet with townhomes or something eventually.

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    #1119235
    dalias
    dalias
    Participant

    A notice is posted on the front that the Servall appliance parts wholesaler that occupied the warehouse space closed as of March 11. That should clear the way for rehab to begin.

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    mbeaumont
    Participant

    Yeah, there hasn’t been any activity yet other than putting up that Coming Soon sign. They said that work should begin in March, so I’m hoping we’ll see site work any day now.

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