In terms of popularity and importance, the crossroads of High Street and Broad Street are top of mind when it comes to Downtown Columbus. And while the changes and evolution of places like Gay Street and Nationwide Boulevard have been well documented, there’s also a stretch of Long Street that is rapidly transforming from sleepy […]
As the City of Columbus continues to grow, many neighborhoods are evolving along with it. One area in particular that will see rapid transformation over the course of the next decade is the area just west of Downtown Columbus. Large-scale plans have been announced for the 21 acres of land adjacent to the Scioto River, now […]
Since 2009, the Scioto Audubon Metro Park has become one of the city’s top urban green spaces, and soon it could also double as the front yard for several local companies. Local real estate firm E.V. Bishoff has completed the renovation of the former Lazarus Warehouse building into the Audubon Park Office Center, providing a unique […]
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) announced yesterday evening that the organization is once again looking for a new space to call home. Currently located at 111 Liberty Street in the Brewery District, the organization last explored a relocation to Downtown in 2011, but cancelled those plans in 2012. With a current lease set to expire […]
The last time we presented a Downtown-centric Construction Roundup was back in April, and a lot has changed since then. Developments like The Neilston and 303 South Front Street had just started to break ground, and elevator shafts at Parks Edge and the Coleman Government Center had just begun to rise out of the ground. […]
This month’s installment in our Construction Roundup series was so large, that we decided to break it into two parts. Part two includes updated from The University District, Victorian Village, Grandview Yard, Downtown and beyond. CLICK HERE for more Columbus development news and updates. All photos by Walker Evans.
Another month has gone by, which means it’s time for another installment in our Construction Roundup photo documentation series. Each month, we capture the current state of development in Columbus via construction photos, to best keep our readers updated on what’s new around the city, and what’s coming soon. Part one of this month’s installment […]