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Borror Unveils Design of King-Lincoln District Development

Walker Evans Walker Evans Borror Unveils Design of King-Lincoln District Development

A community meeting was hosted last night by members of the Near East Area Commission (NEAC) to review updated development plans for a mixed-use project slated for East Long Street. The presentation was given by representatives from Borror, which is co-developing the property along with Kingsley+Co of Cincinnati. The project was first unveiled to the […]

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Plans for Two Parking Garages Presented to Downtown Commission

Brent Warren Brent Warren Plans for Two Parking Garages Presented to Downtown Commission

Amid the ongoing conversation about how autonomous vehicles and “mobility as a service” could render parking garages in urban areas obsolete, proposals for two new parking garages were on the Downtown Commission’s agenda this month. The larger of the two is the 650-space Ohio Center Garage, which will serve the Greater Columbus Convention Center and […]

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Startups and Social Responsibility: A Panel

  Startups and Social Responsibility: A Panel

Presented in partnership with Huntington and with support from SocialVentures. Social Enterprise, Conscious Capitalism, Socially Responsible. We hear these words buzzing around our community, but what exactly do they mean? Network with other like-minded individuals and learn about the different ways your business or organization can give back! Hear from panelists: Derek DeHart (Conscious Capitalism […]

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Abandoned Building to See New Life as Rise Brands HQ

Walker Evans Walker Evans Abandoned Building to See New Life as Rise Brands HQ

Rise Brands – the company behind PINS Mechanical Co. and 16-Bit Bar+Arcade – is planning a relocation of their company offices into a building at 134 East Long Street. Plans to renovate the historic structure were reviewed by the Downtown Commission this morning. “Rise has expanded past their current headquarters and they’re looking at this […]

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New-Build and Renovation on North Third Street Downtown Approved

Brent Warren Brent Warren New-Build and Renovation on North Third Street Downtown Approved

The latest proposal for a collection of parcels near the corner of North Third and East Long Streets was approved this morning by the Downtown Commission. The new plan, like the previous one, calls for the renovation of the five-story Westwater Supply building at 154 N. Third St. It also calls for a five-story building […]

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Seven-Story Development Approved for Long Street Downtown

Brent Warren Brent Warren Seven-Story Development Approved for Long Street Downtown

Another large surface parking lot Downtown will be going away soon. A seven-story, 234-unit mixed-use project to be built at 230 E. Long St. was approved by the Downtown Commission this morning. The development, from Denver-based Charles Street Investment Partners and designed by NBBJ and Architectural Alliance, had been before the commission twice previously. It […]

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Three-Story Mixed-Use Development Unveiled in King-Lincoln District

Walker Evans Walker Evans Three-Story Mixed-Use Development Unveiled in King-Lincoln District

Community members on the Near East Side got their first look this evening at plans for a new $20 million mixed-use development on East Long Street in the King-Lincoln District. The proposal was presented for conceptual review to the Near East Area Commission (NEAC). The project, proposed in partnership by Borror and Kingsley+Co, includes four three-story […]

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