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Cravings Cafe Relocating Downtown

Walker Evans Walker Evans Cravings Cafe Relocating Downtown

After losing their location in Italian Village back in September, Cravings Carryout Cafe has been without a permanent home. While the company has focused their public efforts on hosting pop-up events over the past month, they’ve been working behind the scenes on reopening in a new location Downtown at 114 North Front Street. “We are […]

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Apartment Building Proposed for Former Red Zone Site Downtown

Brent Warren Brent Warren Apartment Building Proposed for Former Red Zone Site Downtown

Borror Properties has proposed a 75-unit apartment building on the southwest corner of Main and Front streets Downtown. Four floors of apartments would sit on top of a two-story parking garage, replacing a two-story building that was once home to the Red Zone nightclub. It would be the first project in the River South district […]

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City’s New Downtown Office Building and Garage Approved

Brent Warren Brent Warren City’s New Downtown Office Building and Garage Approved

The Downtown Commission gave their stamp of approval yesterday to the city’s new eight-story office building and a 700-car parking garage on North Front Street downtown. The office building had first been presented to the commission in November of last year, while the garage had been reviewed initially in February. Both buildings are part of […]

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Lifestyle Communities Interested in More RiverSouth Development

Walker Evans Walker Evans Lifestyle Communities Interested in More RiverSouth Development

Last week it was revealed that the two-building LC RiverSouth development Downtown would be expanding in scope by another two floors, bringing the total number of apartment units to 243. While the news was certainly a surprise, even more surprising was the inclusion of yet-to-be-announced five-story building located southeast of the LC RiverSouth development site. […]

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More Details Emerge on Downtown “Micro Living” Developments

Walker Evans Walker Evans More Details Emerge on Downtown “Micro Living” Developments

Nearly a year ago, a redevelopment project at Front Street and Long Street was announced that would bring some much needed affordability to the Downtown core of Columbus. Three empty buildings in a prime location would be converted into “Workforce Housing”, a term used by Mayor Michael Coleman during the 2014 State of the City […]

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Restaurant Review: Danny’s Deli

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Danny’s Deli

If you’re building a collection of places to hit during BLT season, Danny’s Deli needs to be on the list. First, because it does BLTs in purist style: toasty bread with layer on layer of crunchy bacon slices, tomatoes, and tender lettuce leaves dressed with a whisper of mayo. It’s crunchy and cool, every bite’s […]

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Proposal for Front and Long Would Add Affordable Housing Downtown

Brent Warren Brent Warren Proposal for Front and Long Would Add Affordable Housing Downtown

A collection of buildings at the southeast corner of Front and Long Streets Downtown is being considered for redevelopment as workforce housing; about 40 units of affordable apartments would sit on top of street-level retail. The project, along with another potential development on the South Side, would be the first under the city’s new Housing […]

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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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