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 […]
The latest phase of the Edwards Companies’ seven-and-a-half-acre Neighborhood Launch development could be described as a two-unit residential project, but that wouldn’t really do it justice. One of those units is a three-story townhouse similar in size and design to the buildings that currently line Gay Street, but the other is a large single-family home […]
Buckeye Bourbon House at the Marriott Residence Inn on Gay Street is hosting trivia night every Sunday starting this Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 7 p.m.
The latest Development Roundup features news from the Near East Side, Grandview Heights, Harrison West, and more. Read on for an assortment of project updates, groundbreakings, new proposals, and other nuggets from the world of Columbus development: Work wrapped up earlier this year on a Vetter Property Group development in Harrison West called the Concord. The […]
With 100 owner-occupied units sold and another 100 on the way, the Edwards Companies is celebrating reaching what they are calling the halfway point for the 7.5-acre Neighborhood Launch development. Covering nine city blocks, the development has steadily moved east since its first two buildings — eight units on N. Fourth St. and another 17 […]
One of the most active areas for new construction in Central Ohio continues to be Downtown Columbus. Multiple construction cranes can be spotted along the skyline for the taller new buildings, while smaller projects also continue to rise throughout neighborhoods including The Arena District, Discovery District and Neighborhood Launch. Some of the most prominent projects […]
After the Great Recession of 2007-2009, very few for-sale condos have been built in Downtown Columbus or the surrounding urban neighborhoods. Development has certainly bounced back in a big way in recent years, but the overwhelming number of new living spaces are nearly all constructed as for-rent apartment units. That means that the second phase […]