As Kaufman Development nears completion of the Gravity project and business owners get set to move in, more news is being announced about the conscious community in Franklinton. In addition to large-scale murals commissioned by Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra and CCAD alumni Rather Severe, Gravity has teamed up with the Franklinton Arts District to commission […]
The Gravity project by Kaufman Development celebrated the launch of its community arts initiative with a block party at Art Bazaar on Friday, August 24, right across the street from the nearly completed development at 500 W. Broad St. in Franklinton. The block party also celebrated the completion of two of the initiative’s murals commissioned […]
Join the Gravity Block Party Art Bazaar and welcome world-renowned artist, Eduardo Kobra to Franklinton! Watch the mural unveiling while enjoying the local art marketplace, craft beers from our friends at Brewdog and Land-Grant, food trucks and a live DJ. Please RSVP on Eventbrite to attend.
Kaufman Development is bringing an ambitious plan for West Broad Street to the East Franklinton Review Board this afternoon. The development would sit on about five acres directly across from the company’s Gravity project, which is currently under construction. It would feature four new buildings, including a 12-story office and residential building at the northeast […]
Gravity, the “conscious community” project in Franklinton by Kaufman Development, is nearing completion and set to open this fall. Previous news of the development has mostly been during the proposal and construction phases of the project, but it has now been announced that more than 25 local artists are set to execute Gravity’s vision for more […]
How do commercial real-estate developers create community? I sat down with Brian Suiter, Director of Real Estate Development for Kaufman Development to talk about the future of development in Columbus, Kaufman’s development goals and philosophy, the many moving parts involved in large-scale real estate, and The Gravity Project, an impressive new mixed-use building (and community […]
Residents and neighborhood leaders in East Franklinton are still waiting for the first of a number of proposed residential projects to break ground. That wait could be soon be over, according to Brett Kaufman, CEO of Kaufman Development. His company’s five story mixed-use development on the site of Phillip’s Original Coney Island and the National […]