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Three Columbus Projects Get Historic Tax Credits

Brent Warren Brent Warren Three Columbus Projects Get Historic Tax Credits

A new plan to restore the long-vacant Madison’s and White-Haines buildings at 72-84 N. High St. may be moving forward after many false starts. The Ohio Development Services Agency announced today that the project was one of 28 statewide to be awarded Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits.  It’s the second time that the credits have […]

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Best Urban Development in Columbus of 2016: The Madison

Best of CU Best of CU Best Urban Development in Columbus of 2016: The Madison

Everywhere you look around Columbus, you’re likely to see construction cranes in the sky. For some people that means extra traffic and noise, but to most people it means that our city is growing and evolving. While Columbus Underground Writer Brent Warren covers the daily development beat, the end of the year is a time […]

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Demolition Begins at 90 North High Street

Walker Evans Walker Evans Demolition Begins at 90 North High Street

The demolition of the two-story building located at 90 North High Street officially began work today, starting with the carport cover structure in the back facing Pearl Alley. The demolition is a part of the larger Madison renovation project next door by The Day Companies, which will feature new exterior windows and outdoor cafe and retail […]

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Renovations Begin on The Madison Mixed-Use Development

Walker Evans Walker Evans Renovations Begin on The Madison Mixed-Use Development

The long-vacant Madison’s Department Store and White-Haines Buildings, located prominently on High Street between Gay Street and Long Street, have often been considered one of the biggest eyesores Downtown. Last summer, the City of Columbus began to pursue action against the property’s former owners, which prompted the sale of the properties to Day Companies, a […]

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Local Preservationists, Developers Fighting to Keep Historic Tax Credits

Brent Warren Brent Warren Local Preservationists, Developers Fighting to Keep Historic Tax Credits

A proposal from Republicans in the State Senate to impose a two-year moratorium on the popular state historic tax credit program has spurred a coalition of preservationists, architects, and developers into action. An online petition posted Thursday by the Columbus Landmarks Foundation opposing the proposal has quickly garnered over 1,300 signatures, and a steady stream […]

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Day Companies Working on Trio of Mixed-Use Projects Downtown

Walker Evans Walker Evans Day Companies Working on Trio of Mixed-Use Projects Downtown

The Day Companies has continued to buy, renovate and lease Downtown office and residential buildings, and their work in the area shows no sign of slowing down. Last August, the company purchased the One East Gay building, which was damaged in a fire last year, and three months later also purchased the long-vacant Madison’s Building, […]

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Three Developers Awarded Green Grants for Cleanup Efforts

Walker Evans Walker Evans Three Developers Awarded Green Grants for Cleanup Efforts

Three local Columbus development organizations were awarded over $200,000 in grants from the city’s Green Columbus Fund at yesterday’s City Council meeting. That includes a grant for $135,990 for the Day Companies to redevelop and restore three commercial buildings Downtown, known as the long-vacant Madison’s department store. The company acquired the properties two weeks ago […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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