The Downtown Commission yesterday approved a plan to tear down a historic two-story building at 16 W. Main St., the longtime home of the Main Bar. The building will be replaced – at least for now – with parking, adding seven new spots to the large surface lot that has surrounded the building for decades. […]
Work is well underway on a three-story building at the northwest corner of Main Street and Parkview Avenue in Bexley. Ohio State Bank will occupy the first floor of the building, which is on track to be completed by next summer. The prominent site – just under an acre in size, and bordering Alum Creek […]
A proposal to build a six-story mixed-use building at 195 E. Main St. will be presented to the Downtown Commission tomorrow morning. The project was first brought before the commission as an eight-story building in January, although it was only presented conceptually, without any exterior details. The new design features exposed concrete, lots of glass and […]
May 31st, June 1st and June 2nd Lincoln Theatre, 769 E. Long St., Columbus, OH Individual Tickets: $30 Adults $25 Seniors $15 Students [email protected], presented by PNC Arts Alive and Columbus Dance Theatre, is the culminating retrospective concert celebrating the wide range of repertoire created by Columbus Dance Theatre over the past twenty years. Musical […]
Come watch one of the best baseball movies ever made–MAJOR LEAGUE–followed by the season opener of the Cleveland Indians at Seattle, live on the BIG screen! Major League will screen at 7:30 pm for only $5. Indians game at 10:10 pm for FREE. Tickets for Major League on sale soon!
Plans to construct a new eight-story mixed-use residential building at 195 E. Main St. were uncovered yesterday as the project has officially been submitted for review by the Downtown Commission. If constructed as planned, the building would include an 8,800 square foot ground-floor retail space with a sidewalk cafe-style patio, a second-story amenity space and […]
The renaissance of the Olde Towne East neighborhood on the Near East Side of Columbus began decades ago, but is certainly far from finished. This geographically large area is primarily a residential neighborhood, known for its 100-plus year old housing stock, but with a lot of room for new buildings on empty lots sprinkled throughout. […]