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Renovation of Historic Carlile Building Completed

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It might not look too different from the outside, but the historic Carlile building at 445 North High Street has recently undergone a major renovation to the interior of the building by The Pizzuti Companies. The five-story brick structure is probably best known for housing Cameron Mitchell’s Martini Modern Italian restaurant on the ground floor and nightclub Sway around back and in the basement, but now boasts new office spaces on the renovated upper floors.

“The renovation of the Carlile Building has resulted in a one-of-a-kind office property,” said Pizzuti Companies president Joel Pizzuti. “The new-look Carlile, with exposed brick and steel beams, offers a unique office setting in one of the city’s most vibrant, attractive areas.”

Pizzuti has had little trouble with attracting new office tenants to the building already. Online retailer JackThreads has moved into 6,000 square feet of space on the fifth floor of the building, and New York-based digital agency Wondersauce is moving into 2,000 square feet of space on the fourth floor. The building contains another 17,000 square feet of available space across the second, third and fourth floors.

In February, the Capital Crossroads Special Improvement released a report showcasing the low office vacancy rates in Downtown Columbus, which have fallen to 13.2 percent.

For more information, visit www.pizzuti.com.

Photos provided by The Pizzuti Companies.


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