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Latest Phase of Neighborhood Launch Proposed

Brent Warren Brent Warren Latest Phase of Neighborhood Launch ProposedA rendering of the single-family home proposed for Normandy Avenue, as submitted by Marano Design Group.
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The latest phase of the Edwards Companies’ seven-and-a-half-acre Neighborhood Launch development could be described as a two-unit residential project, but that wouldn’t really do it justice.

A rendering of the proposed townhouse.

One of those units is a three-story townhouse similar in size and design to the buildings that currently line Gay Street, but the other is a large single-family home with a three-car garage that is surrounded by a pool, a series of formal gardens and a two-story guesthouse. The guesthouse is connected to the main house through a basement level that extends the length of the property.

The two buildings are proposed for a parcel of land on Normandy Avenue, between the Neilston Apartments to the north and the Gay Street condominiums to the south. They will sit across the street from the Sixth Street Mews II, which is currently under construction.

The proposal will be heard by the Downtown Commission at its meeting on Tuesday, May 22nd.

Also on the agenda is the Columbus College of Art & Design’s plan to build a new animation center inside the Design Studios on Broad building at 390 E. Broad St.

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