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New Urban Infill Projects in Italian Village

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  • #1045930

    News
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    Six ‘soldier’ homes planned for neighborhood garden in Italian Village
    Oct 13, 2014, 12:42pm EDT
    Brian R. Ball
    Staff reporter – Columbus Business First

    Columbus real estate attorney and Short North developer Connie Klema this week will break ground on six “soldier” homes on Summit Street at East Second Avenue.

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2014/10/13/six-soldier-homes-planned-for-neighborhood-garden.html

    #1046242

    uncleboo
    Participant

    Thanks for the link. I first saw this on the Italian Village FB page and the accompanying comments are so funny. They don’t look “Italian” enough. One car garages means not enough parking. Italian Village is losing its integrity. Seriously?

    I live next door to the development and have nothing but praise for them.

    #1046468

    AMEEKER
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    @dru – We’ve wondered the same thing – something is DEFINITELY happening in the other building (NOT Fox in the Snow).

    Also, the old taxi depot (that is going to have a mixed use 5 story built eventually) seems to have some Crossfit equipment in it now. Anyone know anything about that? We’ve seen some youngins’ moving the equipment in and setting it up this week.

    #1046482

    mrsgeedeck
    Participant

    Looks like that spot might be a Mission Coffee shop.

    http://www.transitcolumbus.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Italian-Village-Commission-Oct-14.pdf

    IV has gone from most Hookah bars per sq. mile to most coffee shops.

    #1046526

    AMEEKER
    Participant

    Good find! Aren’t they already in the Short North?

    #1046535
    Stephen43215
    Stephen43215
    Participant

    I’m curious about the 4 story addition they are trying to get approved for Union Café? Are they trying to add apartments above?

    #1046542
    paul.szuter
    paul.szuter
    Participant

    Also, the old taxi depot (that is going to have a mixed use 5 story built eventually) seems to have some Crossfit equipment in it now. Anyone know anything about that? We’ve seen some youngins’ moving the equipment in and setting it up this week.
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    @AMEEKER

    It looks like it’s going to be Ohio Strength… What gives?

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    #1046544
    paul.szuter
    paul.szuter
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    I failed at quoting AMEEKER. #worstmillenialever

    #1046554
    adrite
    adrite
    Participant

    If a new Mission Coffee and Fox In the Snow Cafe are right next door…which “Third Wave” cafe will win?

    #1046560

    mbeaumont
    Participant

    The new Mission Coffee is a roasting facility, not a full-fledged coffee house. I’ve heard that it might contain a small retail component, which I imagine would be selling beans, etc.

    I don’t think it’ll be an issue.

    #1046983

    News
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    Proposal Calls for Condos in Historic Church, New Townhomes
    October 21, 2014 9:36 am – Brent Warren

    A new proposal calls for the conversion of a historic Italian Village church into eight condominiums. The vacant lot next door to the church would see two new, four-story buildings. Together the new buildings would hold 14 townhome-style condominiums, each with parking on the first floor and three floors of living space above.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/proposal-calls-for-condos-in-historic-church-new-townhomes-bw1

    #1055998
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Couple of quick photos of development on Third Avenue and Summit Street from this weekend…

    #1059101

    heresthecasey
    Participant

    Proposed addition above The Garden sex shop on High,

    1172-1174 North High Street
    Juliet Bullock Architects (Applicant) Thomas C Smith (Owner)
    An application, photographs, site plan, and elevation drawings have been submitted.

    New Construction/Second Story Addition
    • Construct a new, two-story addition above the existing, one-story commercial building, per the submitted
    elevation drawings.
    • Proposed brick exterior to match existing brick on side elevation as closely as possible (existing exterior brick wall includes a painted mural).
    • Details to include a continuous limestone sill beneath the second story windows; a limestone stringcourse above
    the second story windows; metal coping at the parapet; wood, one-over-one, double-hung windows.
    • Height of new construction to align with the adjacent commercial building.
    • Existing glazed blocks, storefront, and awning on first floor to remain, as is.

    http://columbus.gov/uploadedFiles/Columbus/Departments/Development/Planning_Division/Boards_and_Commissions/Historic_Preservation/Italian_Village_Commission/Meetings/2015/2015%20IVC%20JAN%20agd.pdf

    #1059123

    jbcmh81
    Participant

    Proposed addition above The Garden sex shop on High,

    1172-1174 North High Street<br>
    Juliet Bullock Architects (Applicant) Thomas C Smith (Owner)<br>
    An application, photographs, site plan, and elevation drawings have been submitted.


    New Construction/Second Story Addition<br>
    • Construct a new, two-story addition above the existing, one-story commercial building, per the submitted<br>
    elevation drawings.<br>
    • Proposed brick exterior to match existing brick on side elevation as closely as possible (existing exterior brick wall includes a painted mural).<br>
    • Details to include a continuous limestone sill beneath the second story windows; a limestone stringcourse above<br>
    the second story windows; metal coping at the parapet; wood, one-over-one, double-hung windows.<br>
    • Height of new construction to align with the adjacent commercial building.<br>
    • Existing glazed blocks, storefront, and awning on first floor to remain, as is.

    http://columbus.gov/uploadedFiles/Columbus/Departments/Development/Planning_Division/Boards_and_Commissions/Historic_Preservation/Italian_Village_Commission/Meetings/2015/2015%20IVC%20JAN%20agd.pdf

    Right below that, it mentions 24 single-family homes for 21 Jeffrey Park. I don’t remember single-family being mentioned for the Jeffrey Park development.

    #1059127
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Right below that, it mentions 24 single-family homes for 21 Jeffrey Park. I don’t remember single-family being mentioned for the Jeffrey Park development.

    They did originally announce plans for townhome-style “fee simple homes” that would be for-sale units. Perhaps this is a reference to those?

    https://www.columbusunderground.com/jeffrey-park-will-add-over-1300-new-residences-to-italian-village

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