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Sidewalks can be placed beneath the bridge on the embankment side of the bridge piers. Small retaining walls need to be built to hold back the embankment, similar to the sidewalks along Olentangy River Rd. beneath 315 (just north of Lennox).
Drove by during lunch – it’s a temporary closure. Looks like there’s a rig on site taking soil borings as part of a subsurface investigation. At least the project is moving forward.
Noticed the parking lot is blocked off and construction equipment is being unloaded. It didn’t look like a permanent closure, could it be preliminary work? Was this project approved?May 2, 2016 1:23 pm at 1:23 pm in reply to: 6 Story building proposed to replace Rebecca Ibel building in Short North #1125165
Work has definitely begun. There’s a drill rig on site, rebar cages are being delivered, etc.April 29, 2016 9:13 am at 9:13 am in reply to: 6 Story building proposed to replace Rebecca Ibel building in Short North #1124652
Looks like the foundation contractor is mobilizing.
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LAZ manages both Columbus Commons garages and the city owned garages at 4th & Elm and Front & Rich, among others.
<div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>whopper jr wrote:</div>
Leave the rec center/library where it is. The tennis courts and baseball diamonds can be in the floodplain, so relocate those down in the open space down toward the river. The school goes on the eastern portion where the tennis courts are.<br><br>
There is a lot of land back there, and not that all of it needs to be actively developed, but it is just one possibility to consider.
This is by far the best idea for Whetstone. I hope it can be communicated to the board for consideration.
And Whetstone’s athletic facilities (football stadium, baseball, etc) can remain in the floodplain. A separate athletic campus is not unusual – look at East HS.
The Taco Bell has closed. Yesterday when I drove by crews were removing signage.April 19, 2016 10:04 am at 10:04 am in reply to: 6-story Mixed-Use Building Proposed for 7th/High (Dollar Tree) #1122981
Wow a TON of action going on in this area, the apartment building right across the street is being renovated as well. The apartments further down King, Gateway/T-Bell, the Buckeye Real Estate renos; the area is almost unrecognizable from 2 years ago.
Don’t forget the library! Yeah, 7th to 9th – total transformation.April 6, 2016 2:05 pm at 2:05 pm in reply to: UDF (and adjacent lot) in SN exploring redevelopment #1121476
Interesting! Wonder where White Castle will relocate?
Maybe this development can provide access to the isolated parcel bounded by 670, the railroad, Neil and Vine? Or even under the railroad to Nationwide Blvd?April 4, 2016 10:16 am at 10:16 am in reply to: Global Mathmatical Infrastructure Infiltrated by Arabic Numerals #1121144
Ever try to talk Roman numerals with someone under 30? They can’t do it since they stopped teaching them in school. It’s probably for the better. Roman numerals were only useful for deciphering Super Bowls and Wrestlemanias anyway — and they’re not even good for that any more.
The NFL did away with that this year since Super Bowl 50 sounded better than Super Bowl L.
<div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>chuckd1410 wrote:</div>
It’s outside COSI. Why not something amazing for kids like Maggie Daley in Chicago?
This would be awesome. I agree the plans for the park look very boring. Plus with all the greenspace planned for the peninsula you have to give people something to do. You can only stare at so many open grassy fields.
Yeah, the park looks pretty boring.