Plan Revealed for Kingsdale Redevelopment

Brent Warren Brent Warren Plan Revealed for Kingsdale RedevelopmentA view of the proposed seven-story building from Northwest Boulevard. Townhomes would sit in front of the building. Renderings by Dean A. Wenz Architects.
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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

An overview of the proposal, site plan by Edge Group.
A view of the seven-story building from the north, where Chase Bank is.
A view of the same building from the south, where the Giant Eagle Market District and its parking lot is located.
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