City and civic leaders gathered today at COSI to unveil official plans for development on the Scioto Peninsula area adjacent to Downtown Columbus. This area has been under evaluation for redevelopment since the launch of the 2010 Downtown Strategic Plan, which called for the infill of vacant portions of the 56 acres of land with public […]
Last night at City Hall, Council approved an ordinance to take the next steps in developing the old City Center site into the Columbus Commons project. Capitol South will be financing the demolition of the mall, which is scheduled to begin in July. The demolition will make way for the the placeholder nine-acre park which […]
The lack of grocery options is a very real problem Downtown. It’s difficult to convince a developer to build a store without a critical mass of residents in the area, and it’s difficult to convince people to move downtown when one of their number one amenities is located just outside their neighborhood. Is there a […]
What will arguably be some of the biggest news of 2009 emerged yesterday when the long-awaited announcement for what is to be done with the old City Center mall was unveiled. Simply put, the City Center building is to be torn down and redeveloped into a new mixed-use project known as Columbus Commons. There’s been […]
This is the second video provided by Columbus Downtown Development Corporation & Capital South today during the press conference about the redevelopment of the old City Center building into the new Columbus Commons project. The video contains footage of the developer’s work, renderings of Columbus Commons, and other surrounding downtown developments.
This is the first video provided by the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation & Capitol South today during the press conference about the redevelopment of the old City Center building into the new Columbus Commons project. The video contains footage of various recent development around downtown, most of which appears to be new projects completed within […]
The Dispatch wrote Parking is pricier at City Center garages Monday, February 11, 2008 BY MIKE PRAMIK The days of parking at Columbus City Center at bargain rates are over. For nearly two decades, the garage’s owner, Capitol South Community Urban Redevelopment Corp., charged $1 for the first three hours in the malls’ two garages. […]