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Gravity II Update: Demolition Begins, OhioHealth Facility Planned

Brent Warren Brent Warren Gravity II Update: Demolition Begins, OhioHealth Facility Planned

The second phase of Kaufman Development’s Gravity project in Franklinton will include a primary and urgent care facility operated by OhioHealth. The news of OhioHealth’s involvement comes as demolition is scheduled to start on the overall project. Located directly across the street from the first phase of Gravity (at 500 W. Broad St.), the second […]

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Local Studio Unveils Public Art Piece at OhioHealth

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Local Studio Unveils Public Art Piece at OhioHealth

A public art piece contracted by OhioHealth for its new administrative office has been unveiled. The sculpture, titled “Beacon,” was installed in mid-May on the campus of the new administrative office, off of North Broadway just east of Olentangy River Road. Canneto Studios, who most recently designed a suspended, public art sculpture for The Castle […]

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Some Question Why Bike Bridge Not Part of Plans for New OhioHealth Offices

Brent Warren Brent Warren Some Question Why Bike Bridge Not Part of Plans for New OhioHealth Offices

Big changes are coming to the area surrounding West North Broadway and State Route 315. A new office complex means that upgrades to the street network are planned and a freeway exit is being removed, but Clintonville residents and Olentangy Trail users will have to wait for a long-hoped-for bike and pedestrian bridge across the […]

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Work Underway on New OhioHealth Offices off Olentangy River Road

Brent Warren Brent Warren Work Underway on New OhioHealth Offices off Olentangy River Road

Work is underway on an $89 million dollar office development just off of Olentangy River Road. When completed, the two new buildings – one five stories and the other four – will house about 1,600 OhioHealth employees. Those employees, who will not start moving into their new offices until early 2019, are currently scattered at […]

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