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German Village Hotel Proposal Shrinks

Brent Warren Brent Warren German Village Hotel Proposal Shrinks

The German Village Commission will soon weigh in on yet another revision of a proposal to build a boutique hotel at the corner of Livingston and City Park avenues. The latest plan calls for the new building to top out at 55 feet in height, about seven feet shorter than a proposal that was brought […]

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Two Columbus Library Branches to Undergo Renovations

Susan Post Susan Post Two Columbus Library Branches to Undergo Renovations

The Franklinton and Livingston branches of the Columbus Metropolitan Library will close for renovations at 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 26. The renovations are expected to take about a month and CML will announce reopening dates once they are finalized. During the renovations, customers will still be able to return items to outdoor return receptacles […]

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New Design Floated for German Village Hotel

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Design Floated for German Village Hotel

The developer behind a proposal to build a hotel at the corner of Livingston and City Park avenues is hoping a new design can help the project gain approval from the German Village Commission. The new design, from local firm Moody Nolan, features a mix of brick, stainless steel, metal tile, glass and wood. The […]

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Redesign of Livingston Avenue in German Village Underway

Brent Warren Brent Warren Redesign of Livingston Avenue in German Village Underway

Bike lanes are coming to a section of East Livingston Avenue in German Village. The new five-foot-wide lanes on both sides of the street will start at Dixon Alley and continue east to Kennedy Drive, where they will connect up with the existing lanes that extend past Parsons Avenue. Preliminary work is now underway on […]

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Columbus Art Walks & Landmark Talks-Near South

  Columbus Art Walks & Landmark Talks-Near South

Columbus Art Walks and Landmark Talks are 1-hour tours guided by expert historians from the Columbus Landmarks Foundation, and designed to highlight public art, architecture and historical sites in neighborhoods around Columbus. See the Architecture of the Old Oaks Historic District, the Chic Harley Memorial Garden, the stained glass windows of the Holy Rosary & […]

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German Village Hotel Proposal Grows to Six Stories

Brent Warren Brent Warren German Village Hotel Proposal Grows to Six Stories

A proposal to build a hotel on the northern edge of German Village has grown in size. When the project was brought before the German Village Commission in March, plans called for a five-story building with 129 guest rooms. The latest concept, which was heard by the commission last night, calls for a six-story building […]

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Yoga Friday!

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Yoga Friday!

Friday Yoga is a one-of-a-kind class co-led by yoga teacher Becca and Kelsey, a professional artist with a disability. The class focuses on alignment and breath work, while leaving room for spontaneity and creativity. It is held in our amazing gallery space filled with natural light (and sometimes out under the clouds by the bubbling […]

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The 6th Annual Columbus Dessert Festival Returns!

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