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Best Urban Development in Columbus of 2016: The Madison

Best of CU Best of CU Best Urban Development in Columbus of 2016: The Madison

Everywhere you look around Columbus, you’re likely to see construction cranes in the sky. For some people that means extra traffic and noise, but to most people it means that our city is growing and evolving. While Columbus Underground Writer Brent Warren covers the daily development beat, the end of the year is a time […]

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Former Lazarus Warehouse Converted into Audubon Park Office Center

Walker Evans Walker Evans Former Lazarus Warehouse Converted into Audubon Park Office Center

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 […]

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Historic Weisheimer Building Slated for Renovation

Walker Evans Walker Evans Historic Weisheimer Building Slated for Renovation

If you buy your vacuum cleaner parts and supplies from Weisheimer’s, you’ll soon need to find a new place to do so. Local real estate firm Capitol Equities is in the process of purchasing the building with plans for a historic renovation. “We’re really excited about this opportunity because it’s a true historic building with wood […]

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Columbus-Based CASTO to Begin Work on First Historic Renovation in Cincinnati

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus-Based CASTO to Begin Work on First Historic Renovation in Cincinnati

The developers at CASTO are no stranger to historic restoration projects. They’ve converted everything from old shoe factories to abandoned schools into modern apartment buildings — but their next renovation challenge is unique, because it takes them out of the Columbus market and into Cincinnati. Representatives at CASTO announced today that they’ve partnered with Cincinnati‐based Neyer Properties […]

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CMHA Selling Bollinger Tower for Proposed Hotel Redevelopment

Walker Evans Walker Evans CMHA Selling Bollinger Tower for Proposed Hotel Redevelopment

Constructed in 1984, the 11-story Bollinger Tower was the first high rise building to appear in the Short North, predating more recent buildings that have been constructed or proposed for the neighborhood. The building has long served as a home for low-income elderly residents, but will soon see renovations at the hand of a new […]

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Long Street Parking Garage to be Renovated and Reopened

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After nearly two and a half years of sitting vacant, the five-story parking deck at 56-62 East Long Street is expected to re-open to the public this summer. In 2013, the garage was ordered closed by the City of Columbus Department of Building and Zoning Services after being deemed unsafe to occupy. The garage, originally […]

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Historic Building Saved from Endangered List

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Each year, the historic preservation advocates at Columbus Landmarks compile a list of the region’s most endangered buildings in order to shine a spotlight on what may be lost to the wrecking ball if locals are not paying close enough attention. Their 2015 list included 14 buildings, and thanks to a collaborative effort, one of […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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