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Historic Downtown Renovation Project Moving Forward

Walker Evans Walker Evans Historic Downtown Renovation Project Moving Forward

It’s been over two years in the works, but a renovation project slated for a group of four buildings at the Downtown intersection of Front Street and Long Street is finally ready to move forward. Developer Brad DeHays of Connect Realty received approval from the Downtown Commission this morning on the exterior renovation plans for the […]

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Power Plant Renovation Gets Tax Credits, Work to Start Soon

Brent Warren Brent Warren Power Plant Renovation Gets Tax Credits, Work to Start Soon

Plans to renovate the Municipal Light Plant building at 555 West Nationwide Boulevard took a big step forward yesterday with news that the project has been awarded $2 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits. Developer Brad DeHays said that interior demolition work is scheduled to start soon and continue through October. Work on the […]

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Tax Credits Provide Boost to Local Projects, including Long Street Renovation

Brent Warren Brent Warren Tax Credits Provide Boost to Local Projects, including Long Street Renovation

The renovation of four buildings at the southeast corner of Front and Long Streets downtown will be moving forward now that the state has approved historic preservation tax credits for the project. “We are now full steam ahead,” said developer Brad DeHays, adding that he plans to submit a formal proposal to the Downtown Commission […]

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Pen West Development Up for Approval, Pedestrian Bridge a Possibility

Brent Warren Brent Warren Pen West Development Up for Approval, Pedestrian Bridge a Possibility

Borror Properties is hoping for final approval from the Downtown Commission this month for its Pen West office and residential development. Submitted renderings show a re-oriented and re-designed office building at the western edge of Nationwide Boulevard, as well as additional pedestrian walkways connecting that building with a two-story parking garage and six-story apartment building. […]

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City to Partner With Three Developers for Office and Residential Projects on West Nationwide Blvd

Brent Warren Brent Warren City to Partner With Three Developers for Office and Residential Projects on West Nationwide Blvd

The City of Columbus announced today a plan to add retail, multi-family housing, and significant office space to the far western end of Nationwide Boulevard. What started last spring as a call-for-proposals from the city to redevelop the historic Columbus Municipal Light Plant building at 555 West Nationwide Boulevard has expanded into a multi-faceted plan […]

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Micro-Apartments Planned for Stoddart Block Building Downtown

Brent Warren Brent Warren Micro-Apartments Planned for Stoddart Block Building Downtown

A plan to renovate the five-story Stoddart Block building at 260 South Fourth Street was approved at Tuesday’s Downtown Commission meeting. The building currently holds 52 low-income apartments – the new plan would keep the current configuration but upgrade the 300-square foot units into “an affordable, micro-luxury product,” according to developer Brad DeHays. DeHays, who […]

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Franklin Park Trolley Barn Property Sold

Brent Warren Brent Warren Franklin Park Trolley Barn Property Sold

The three acre site at the corner of Oak Street and Kelton Avenue in the Franklin Park neighborhood — home to six deteriorating brick buildings once used to store and repair trolleys — has a new owner. Brad DeHays, who opened Rehab Tavern in Franklinton and has been working with the city on an affordable […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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