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Mixed-Use Development Proposed for West Fifth Avenue

Brent Warren Brent Warren Mixed-Use Development Proposed for West Fifth Avenue

Preliminary plans for a mixed-use development on the former Fifth Avenue Elementary site in Dennison Place have been presented to the zoning committee of the University Area Commission (UAC). The development was also the subject of a neighborhood meeting in September, in which residents provided some initial feedback on the proposal to the developer, Upper […]

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Coffee Shop and Apartments Planned for Historic Neil Avenue Church

Brent Warren Brent Warren Coffee Shop and Apartments Planned for Historic Neil Avenue Church

A historic church building at 1334 Neil Ave. will be getting the adaptive reuse treatment. A coffee shop and apartments are planned for the building, which sits at the corner of West Sixth Avenue, tucked neatly into the fabric of the Dennison Place neighborhood. Built in 1880, the building was home to the Neil Avenue […]

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Columbus City Schools Auctions Three Sites; Chicago Developer Among Buyers

Brent Warren Brent Warren Columbus City Schools Auctions Three Sites; Chicago Developer Among Buyers

Columbus City Schools auctioned off three prominent properties on Tuesday. Nationwide Children’s Hospital bought the former Africentric school on Livingston Avenue, local company Galbreath Properties bought the Maennerchor building in the Brewery District, and Chicago-based developer Clark Street Holdings bought 1300 Forsythe Ave., a three-acre site on West Fifth Avenue that most recently held the music […]

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The Angry Baker to Open Second Location on King Avenue

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner The Angry Baker to Open Second Location on King Avenue

The Angry Baker has announced the opening of a second brick and mortar location in the recently-vacated Till Dynamic Fare space, as posted on Facebook earlier today: “Excited to finally announce Angry Baker #2 is on its way! No other details other than that, and this cool video. Sad to see one of my favorite […]

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Izzy and Mo’s Opens on King Avenue

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Izzy and Mo’s Opens on King Avenue

Magdiale Wolmark, the James Beard-nominated chef behind Till Dynamic Fare, has finally opened the doors of the long-anticipated Jewish deli Izzy and Mo’s Luncheonette. Wolmark initally announced plans over three years ago for a donut shop called Glaze, which would occupy the empty space next to Till on 249 King Avenue. Construction began in 2012, but […]

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City Council to Weigh in on Plan for King Avenue Apartments

Brent Warren Brent Warren City Council to Weigh in on Plan for King Avenue Apartments

City Council will soon decide the fate of a plan by JDS Companies to build 48 townhomes and flats on King Avenue in the University District at the site formerly home to the Church of the Nazarene. The plan has run into resistance from neighborhood groups concerned about its size, unit-mix, and plan for parking. […]

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Short North Neighborhoods Launch New Signs

 Alexandra Kelley Fox Short North Neighborhoods Launch New Signs

15 Area Signs Reflect One Cohesive Design And Are Easily Identifiable The Short North Foundation, in partnership with The Short North Civic Association, Italian Village Society, and Harrison West Society, is pleased to announce the installation of 15 new neighborhood signs. The new signs, which feature the iconic arch design of the Short North area, […]

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