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Nationwide Realty buys more land in Franklinton

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    Ned23
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    My guess is that it will look a lot like Grandview Yard and the Arena District when it’s done. That is the ‘period design’ of the ‘right now’ period.

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    CB_downtowner
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    My guess is that it will look a lot like Grandview Yard and the Arena District when it’s done. That is the ‘period design’ of the ‘right now’ period.

    Think earlier in this thread someone specifically said it would be different.

    I would hope the area will go for industrial and affordable. With Brew Dog, Strongwater, and Rehab, I’d think NRi knows better than to reinvent the neighborhood.

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    drtom1234
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    My guess is that it will look a lot like Grandview Yard and the Arena District when it’s done. That is the ‘period design’ of the ‘right now’ period.

    I’m not a subscriber, so I can’t read the article, but the headline seems to dismiss that idea.

    http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/print-edition/2016/04/15/nri-keep-franklinton-authentic-as-possible.html

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    vestanpance
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    #1126970
    MichaelC
    MichaelC
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    Another large (2.9 acre), well-located parcel has been purchased in Franklinton, but the buyer is presently unknown.

    #1126978

    bwitty92
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    I have to think that once one decent sized development actually gets started in Franklinton it will have quite a snowball effect and get the rest of the developers involved

    #1126989

    Likes Old Houses
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    In the Dispatch article today about River South, Brett Kaufman stated that he was turning his focus to Franklinton

    #1126993
    MichaelC
    MichaelC
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    The Biz First article has been updated; Nationwide is not the buyer.

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