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Plan Revealed for Kingsdale Redevelopment

Brent Warren Brent Warren Plan Revealed for Kingsdale Redevelopment

A redevelopment plan for the Kingsdale Shopping Center was submitted to the City of Upper Arlington, calling for a six-story senior housing facility, a seven-story apartment building and a nine-story mixed-use building featuring residential and office space. Earlier this month, the suburb announced that Continental Real Estate Companies was in contract to buy the six-acre […]

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Plan Calls for Phased Redevelopment of Worthington Mall

Brent Warren Brent Warren Plan Calls for Phased Redevelopment of Worthington Mall

A proposal to redevelop the Shops at Worthington Place was presented to Worthington’s planning commission and architecture review board last week. The plan, which calls for building as much as 250,000 square feet of office space on the site, will likely be heard several times by those boards before eventually moving on to city council. […]

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New Shops Arrive on Parsons as Closures Hit the Short North

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman New Shops Arrive on Parsons as Closures Hit the Short North

Like virtually every other industry, the coronavirus pandemic has affected retail — and lately, this industry has had some bad news. Small Talk in the Short North announced on Thursday, July 29 via social media that it would be closing its second location on East Lincoln Street on Saturday. Meanwhile, THREAD’s second location has also […]

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Tigertree Closing Storefront, Moving to Online Format

Susan Post Susan Post Tigertree Closing Storefront, Moving to Online Format

After 14 years, retailer Tigertree will say goodbye to its brick-and-mortar presence in the Short North. However, it’s not the end of the brand. “Tigertree…was built intentionally for a lot of people to come in every day and spend a considerable amount of time discovering things,” said Co-Founder Josh Quinn in a statement. “What we’ve […]

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CU Live: The State of Downtown Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans CU Live: The State of Downtown Columbus

In February, the Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District unveiled its annual report, detailing the development and progress of Downtown Columbus. We spoke with Marc Conte, Deputy Director of Research, Planning & Facilities to learn more about what the report indicates for the future of the city. Collectively, the report outlines that over $1.7 billion in […]

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Two Clintonville Businesses Announce Permanent Closures

Walker Evans Walker Evans Two Clintonville Businesses Announce Permanent Closures

As many businesses work to reopen after being shut down during the Coronavirus Pandemic, some locals are calling it quits. On Wednesday, Paper Moon Art Studio announced that they would be closing their doors in Clintonville permanently. The primary reason for their closure was that the shutdown impacted their entire business model and they could […]

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Not All Local Retailers Are Eager to Reopen Immediately

Walker Evans Walker Evans Not All Local Retailers Are Eager to Reopen Immediately

The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered many businesses across the country. In Ohio, non-grocery retailers were allowed to resume business operations on Tuesday, May 12, but not every business jumped on board immediately. Some chose delay their openings by a couple of days, while others have yet to announce re-opening plans at all. “While this a […]

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