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Neighborhood Launch - News & Discussion

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  • #87760

    RoundTowner
    Member

    I just checked the amount of condos available, it is down to an incredible low amount of 12 units, does anyone know what phase is coming up next? If I could sell my place, I would move there in a flash!!

    #456227
    Jason Powell
    Jason Powell
    Participant

    If I remember correctly, it’s either a second phase of townhomes or a 3-5 story apartment building with flats. This rendering came out last year, I think:

    #456228

    surber17
    Participant

    I stopped in a while ago to see how the project was coming and at that time the building pictured above was the next phase. We’ll see what happens but I love this development!!

    #456229

    Smifth27
    Participant

    Does anyone have the timeline, or the exact phase that will be built next? This project is beautiful and an added addition to that area.

    #456230
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    I’ve not heard any updates in awhile. They’ve really been adhering to the whole “one piece at a time” strategy, so I imagine we’re likely to hear something relatively soon, since the second half of Bishop’s Walk looks to be almost finished.

    #456231

    futureman
    Participant

    And here is the next phase, Bishop Walk (part 2) Brownstones.


    Next stretch of Bishop’s Walk condos set for city’s Downtown Commission review

    Brian R. Ball
    Staff reporter

    The developer has the $6.1 million project on the July 23 agenda seeking approval for the 13 townhouses, 12 garden unit and one “bridge” unit, according to an agenda sent out this afternoon by the downtown panel.

    Edwards Cos. unveiled the first 26 units between North Fifth Street and Normandy Avenue before the Downtown Commission seven years ago.

    READ MORE: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2013/07/18/next-stretch-of-bishops-walk-condos.html

    #456232
    Stephen43215
    Stephen43215
    Participant

    I wonder if the design will stay consistent with the Bishop Walk condos already built?

    #456233
    Josh Miller
    Josh Miller
    Participant

    @stephen43215 – Yep, the Downtown Commission meeting agenda had this in it “Certificate of Appropriateness for new construction of 13 townhouses, 12 garden units and 1 bridge unit. The project’s exterior will be identical to Bishop’s Walk Phase I, just to the west of this site.”

    #456234

    Analogue Kid
    Participant

    Such a great development, glad to see it’s quite successful.

    #456235

    heresthecasey
    Participant

    +1

    Glad to see some condo development happening again downtown in addition to apartments.

    #456236

    News
    Participant

    More Neighborhood Launch Condos Approved
    Published on July 23, 2013 3:55 pm
    By: Brent Warren

    The Edward Companies is taking the next step towards filling in the nine-block footprint of their Neighborhood Launch development. They received approval at this week’s Downtown Development Commission to start construction on another block of the Bishop’s Walk condominiums on Gay Street.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/more-neighborhood-launch-condos-approved-bw1

    #456238
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Took a couple of “before” photos this morning of the site that will become home to this new stretch of infill. ;)

    #456239

    surber17
    Participant

    Obviously there has been some interest in business development in this area already, but with the new Apts and condos going in we’re looking at a couple hundred more full time residents. How much more attractive will retail/restaurants be in this area now? Also, the “buying power” of the people moving in is quite high.

    #456240

    columbusmike
    Participant

    Pretty soon we’re going to run out of surface lots in this city…then it will be time to start going skywards :)

    #456241
    MichaelC
    MichaelC
    Participant

    The lot adjacent to Hills Market is available now–I’d think that would be the next property to be developed commercially.

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