Plan Revealed for Kingsdale Redevelopment
A redevelopment plan for the Kingsdale Shopping Center was submitted to the City of Upper Arlington, calling for a six-story senior housing facility, a seven-story apartment building and a nine-story mixed-use building featuring residential and office space.
Earlier this month, the suburb announced that Continental Real Estate Companies was in contract to buy the six-acre portion of the center that once held a Macy’s department store, and today we have more details about what the developer is planning for the site.
The new proposal also identifies the nine-story building as a potential location for a new community center. A task force has been established to study the feasibility of such a center being a part of the building.
Two internal parking garages, along with some new surface parking, would provide a total of 755 spaces for the new buildings, which would hold a total of 446 market-rate residential units, 104 senior housing units, and about 50,000 square feet of office space.
The city’s website also states that the developer “has secured a shared-use agreement for up to 150 existing parking spaces at the north end of the Giant Eagle Market District parking lot.”
For more information, see upperarlingtonoh.gov.