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Olde Towne East

Located just east of downtown Columbus, the neighborhood was once known as the “Silk Stocking District” in reference to the expensive clothing worn by its wealthy inhabitants. After World War II, however, its rich residents were gone, having died or relocated to distant suburbs. The interstate highway system introduced in the 1950s also contributed to the area’s decline. OTE began to transition in the 1990s and continues to draw new residents.

Columbus Music Hall to shut doors soon

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Columbus Music Hall to shut doors soon as owner plans retirement Saturday, April 5, 2008 BY AARON BECK Central Ohio will lose a much-loved concert venue — a “music-first” outlet for 20 years — when the Columbus Music Hall closes at month’s end. “I’m ready to move on,” owner Becky Ogden said. […]

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2007: Trolley Market + Franklin Park Condominiums

 Submitted News 2007: Trolley Market + Franklin Park Condominiums

Franklin Park Condominiums merge green living with cosmopolitan urban lifestyle Located one block south of Franklin Park, the city’s premier urban park, Franklin Park Condominiums are within two blocks of the restored historic enclaves of Franklin Park South, Franklin Avenue and Bryden Road. This unique development infuses Art Noveau’s ‘green’ ideas of the past with […]

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