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Pizzuti Breaks Ground on Phase 3 of Library Park Development

Walker Evans Walker Evans Pizzuti Breaks Ground on Phase 3 of Library Park DevelopmentRendering by Lupton Rausch Architects.
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The Discovery District neighborhood has been buzzing with new construction over the past several months, making room for nearly 2,000 new residents in the near future. The next project to break ground is the third phase of the “Library Park” development, a joint venture between The Pizzuti Companies and Capital University.

While phases one and two each feature multiple buildings, phase three is comprised of a single six-story building containing 145 apartments, structured parking and 3,500 square feet of ground-floor restaurant space. The building will replace an existing Capital University Law School surface lot at the northeast intersection of Grant Avenue and Oak Street.

“Located on a key site in one of the city’s thriving, creative communities, we are excited to kick off the next phase of development for Library Park,” stated Joel Pizzuti, President and CEO of The Pizzuti Companies in a release issued today. “This dynamic, vibrant project complements the urban neighborhood defined by cultural attractions, educational institutions, a medical campus, and a growing residential community.”

The project was first proposed as a five-story building in May 2019 and approved as a six-story building in October 2019. The project is expected to be completed in Fall 2021.

For more information, visit www.librarypark.com.

All renderings via Lupton Rausch Architects.

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