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Plan to Demolish and Replace Buildings in German Village Moving Forward
September 16, 2015 9:09 am – Brent Warren
A collection of buildings that once housed a brass foundry at the southern edge of German Village will likely be demolished and replaced with new residential construction. The buildings are located on the back half of a 0.4-acre parcel at 157 Thurman Avenue. A large, historic single-family house sits on the front of the site.
German Village Foundry To Be Demolished For Condos
By SAM HENDREN • 3 HOURS AGO
In Columbus’ German Village neighborhood, a pair of developers plans to tear down an old foundry to make way for condos and single family housing. The German Village Commission has opposed the plan, but the developers believe their plan will bolster the neighborhood’s character.
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