Mixed-Use Development Moving Forward in ClintonvilleMay 21, 2015 6:00 am Brent Warren
Local developer Crawford Hoying is moving forward with a three-story mixed-use development at the southeast corner of North High Street and Weisheimer Road in northern Clintonville. The top two floors will contain eight market-rate apartments while the entire ground floor will be occupied by Bareburger’s second Columbus location.
The site, which is just over half an acre, currently holds an older single-story structure (built in 1930) that’s attached to a two-story portion added in 1978. The building had most recently been used as offices.
A rendering of the new development shows four small balconies, outdoor seating for the restaurant along High, and parking in the rear that would be accessed from Weisheimer.
“Crawford Hoying Development is excited to announce its continued growth in Clintonville,” said Marketing Manager Stephen Brothers-McGrew, adding that the restaurant, with its “casual neighborhood vibe,” should be a good fit for the area.
The plan for the site utilizes existing zoning and does not require any variances, meaning it will not be going before the Clintonville Area Commission.
This marks the third recent Clintonville project on High Street for Crawford Hoying, which built a single-story retail center at the corner of California Avenue in 2013 and recently broke ground on a Rusty Bucket restaurant at Croswell Road after backing off plans to also build eight condos on the site.
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