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Downtown parking garage gains council approval

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The Dispatch wrote Downtown parking garage gains council approval Monday, February 4, 2008 BY DEAN NARCISO Additional parking is essential to keep business Downtown, and plans will move ahead to build it, Columbus City Council concluded tonight. Council’s unanimous vote came a week after charges that an eight-story, 773-space parking garage at Front and Rich […]

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Columbus has a slowing appetite for annexation

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The Dispatch wrote Columbus still has an appetite for annexation, but it’s swallowing up land much slower lately Monday, February 4, 2008 BY DEBBIE GEBOLYS Columbus used to grow like a weed. But lately, its suburbs are more likely to be broadening their borders. In Franklin County last year, Columbus added 111 acres while Hilliard […]

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Development asks for rezone High at Henderson

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This Week News wrote Development asks group to rezone High at Henderson Thursday, January 31, 2008 JENNIFER NESBITT Development group Metropolitan Partners will go before the Clintonville Area Commission and the commission’s development committee next week seeking approval of zoning changes and code variances at 4400 N. High St. Plans for the building at the […]

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Columbus City Council puts parking garage on hold

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The Dispatch wrote Columbus City Council puts parking garage on hold Monday, January 28, 2008 BY ROBERT VITALE AND MARK FERENCHIK Council members tabled a resolution that would have allowed work to begin on a $14.5 million public-parking garage planned to replace a condemned garage at S. Front and Rich streets. Ohio House Minority Leader […]

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City Set to Build Two Downtown Parking Garages

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Press Release wrote City Set to Build Two Downtown Parking Garages City and Capitol South Partnering to add 1,455 spaces Rendering 1 | Rendering 2 | Front Street Addressing one of the top concerns facing businesses, workers and visitors to downtown Columbus, the City and Capitol South are working together to build two new parking […]

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Yankee Trader Building may become Boutique Hotel

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The Dispatch wrote Boutique hotel suggested Saturday, January 12, 2008 BY MIKE PRAMIK AND MARLA MATZER ROSE A funky novelty store predating the Greater Columbus Convention Center and today’s trendy Short North may play a key part in the future of both. The owners of Yankee Trader have enlisted a real-estate broker to seek a […]

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Kaufmann’s at Polaris: Open-air center in progress

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The Dispatch wrote Kaufmann’s at Polaris: Open-air center in progress by Mike Pramik Sunday, December 30, 2007 In July, Glimcher Realty Trust began tearing apart the former Kaufmann’s space at Polaris Fashion Place. The goal: Create a partially open-air lifestyle center that would be attached to the mall. A section of the 130,000-square-foot Kaufmann’s building […]

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