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City Considers What to do with Vacant High Street Properties

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea City Considers What to do with Vacant High Street Properties

Columbus has development on the brain and a low tolerance for vacant buildings, particularly Downtown and particularly on coveted High Street. So it’s no wonder the vacant buildings at 72 North High have become such a topic of interest that 10TV devoted not one but two stories to the buildings and their owners last week. […]

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Renovation of 11th Avenue Row Houses to Start in Weinland Park

Brent Warren Brent Warren Renovation of 11th Avenue Row Houses to Start in Weinland Park

Work will begin soon on the renovation of 24 buildings on East 11th Avenue between Grant Avenue and North Fourth Street in Weinland Park. The project marks the first foray into market-rate housing in the neighborhood for Wagenbrenner Development, which has been heavily involved in the Weinland Park Collaborative’s revitalization efforts. The company has acquired vacant […]

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CASTO Begins Historic Renovation of Secur-It Building

Walker Evans Walker Evans CASTO Begins Historic Renovation of Secur-It Building

Construction fencing began going up this week around the old Secur-It storage building located Downtown at the northeast intersection of Main and Front Streets, signaling progress on the restoration of the currently vacant warehouse. The building is owned by developer CASTO, which has plans to eventually convert the space into a new residential development. “We’re […]

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Columbus Athenaeum Now Serving Liquor

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Columbus Athenaeum Now Serving Liquor

For anyone who’s gotten married, held a large metropolitan event, or had any other momentous occasion in the past thirteen years, the Columbus Athenaeum was surely a venue consideration for the celebration. It’s the ornate historic building built in 1896 located at the corners of Fourth and Gay Streets that’s the go-to site for unique […]

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The Athletic Club of Columbus Added to National Register of Historic Places

Anne Evans Anne Evans The Athletic Club of Columbus Added to National Register of Historic Places

Columbus has another building on the National Register of Historic Places. The Athletic Club of Columbus has made the list as of September 29, 2011. The Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board nominated the property in July. The “six-story brick clubhouse, an example of Spanish Renaissance Revival with Italian influence, was designed by Richards, McCarty […]

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