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At Home: Lush Patio Space in German Village

Anne Evans Anne Evans At Home: Lush Patio Space in German Village

Remember the feeling you get when you walk into a place and just know it is for you? That happened to husbands Chad Huguenin and Scott Elder when they were shown a place in German Village. They had looked at a lot of homes, many in the Short North and German Village because they wanted […]

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At Home: Breezy Home in Woodland Park

Anne Evans Anne Evans At Home: Breezy Home in Woodland Park

She wasn’t looking to buy a home. In fact, Abigail Mack was perfectly happy in the condo she had purchased while she was in graduate school. It overlooked Franklin Park and was a good size. But because of her job with Homeport, she’s aware of homes that come up for sale on Columbus’ Near East […]

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CAPA Purchasing Historic Downtown Church

Walker Evans Walker Evans CAPA Purchasing Historic Downtown Church

The Columbus Association of the Performing Arts (CAPA) announced today that they are in the process of purchasing the Central Presbyterian Church located at 132 South Third Street in Downtown Columbus. This 155 year old building is registered with the National Register of Historic Places. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to be the […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Design Innovations for Community

 Margaret Robinson, The Columbus Foundation Philanthropy Friday: Design Innovations for Community

A large group of smart and passionate Columbus supporters came together at the Franklin Park Conservatory to celebrate the Columbus Landmarks 2011 Annual Design & Preservation Awards Thursday night. Columbus pride was spilling from all of the speakers and award winners. “Columbus is magical. Columbus is America. Cities like Columbus are the future. This is […]

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The Athletic Club of Columbus Added to National Register of Historic Places

Anne Evans Anne Evans The Athletic Club of Columbus Added to National Register of Historic Places

Columbus has another building on the National Register of Historic Places. The Athletic Club of Columbus has made the list as of September 29, 2011. The Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board nominated the property in July. The “six-story brick clubhouse, an example of Spanish Renaissance Revival with Italian influence, was designed by Richards, McCarty […]

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German Village Recognized Nationally as a Top 10 Neighborhood of 2011

Walker Evans Walker Evans German Village Recognized Nationally as a Top 10 Neighborhood of 2011

If you live in Columbus, then chances are pretty good that you already consider German Village to be a great neighborhood. Today, the American Planning Association (APA) confirms what we already knew with the designation of German Village as one of the “10 Great Neighborhoods” in the 2011 edition of the organization’s Great Places in […]

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Clintonville Barber Shop Celebrates Area History

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Longview Barber Shop is the oldest continually operated business in Clintonville, which is celebrating 92 years in business this year. After completion a recent renovation and historical restoration project, owner and full tie barber Dave Carty wanted to provide a more thoughtful historic element for the community to enjoy. A temporary display created by […]

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