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School Board Approves Sale of Historic Building to OSU

Brent Warren Brent Warren School Board Approves Sale of Historic Building to OSU

The Columbus Board of Education last night approved the sale of the former Indianola Middle School to the Ohio State University. The school, located at 420 East 19th Avenue, sits on about nine acres of land next to the railroad tracks that form the eastern boundary of the University District. Although the sale had been […]

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Fort Hayes Students Design New Purposes for Endangered Buildings

Brent Warren Brent Warren Fort Hayes Students Design New Purposes for Endangered Buildings

The Columbus Landmarks Foundation is tapping into a new source of ideas for the buildings on its endangered buildings list – students at Fort Hayes Arts and Academic High School. Allison Vrancken, who teaches a STEAM class at the school (STEAM stand for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics), worked with two other teachers over […]

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Concerns Raised About Proposal for 16th and High

Brent Warren Brent Warren Concerns Raised About Proposal for 16th and High

A proposal from Edwards Communities to replace eight existing buildings on North High Street between 16th and 17th avenues with a six-story apartment building was met with concern at last night’s University Area Review Board meeting. “I wonder if there isn’t a missed opportunity here,” said board member Doreen Uhas Sauer, referring to language in […]

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Developers Present Updated Pavey Project, Neighbors Weigh In

Walker Evans Walker Evans Developers Present Updated Pavey Project, Neighbors Weigh In

An updated version of The View on Pavey Square development proposal was presented to the University Area Review Board last night in a crowded room filled with concerned neighbors who primarily live within close proximity to the site. The updates represent some major changes in massing, scale and height of the development — dividing the site plan […]

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Historic taverns of Columbus given a proper spotlight with witty tales

Anne Evans Anne Evans Historic taverns of Columbus given a proper spotlight with witty tales

It’s always funny to laugh about coffee shops on every corner, or a Starbucks inside of a Starbucks. But when you think about it, Columbus has had many bars next to each other. In fact, it’s pretty much always been that way. Columbus has a rich history of taverns, most that are gone, and some […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

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