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Italian Village

Annexed to the city in 1862, Italian Village was one of Columbus’s first suburbs. It is bounded by I-670 on the south, Fifth Avenue on the north, North High Street on the west, and the Conrail railroad tracks to the east. A mix of Italian and Irish immigrants resided in the area in the 1890s, and Italianate style architecture is prevalent.

Jeffrey Place may add medical office buildings

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Medical offices new twist to old site Wednesday, May 21, 2008 BY MARK FERENCHIK Where Joe Recchie once planned condos and apartments on the old Jeffrey Mining site near Downtown, the developer now wants a medical office park. Recchie’s National Community Builders has applied for a $3 million Ohio Jobs Ready Sites […]


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