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Schumacher Place

Named for the Schumacher family who owned a dairy in the area, Schumacher Place was established in 1983. Many of the neighborhood’s early residents worked in the nearby Brewery District. However, Prohibition and The Great Depression negatively impacted the district’s economy. In the mid-1960s, Frank Fetch and a handful of others began their effort to save the small houses indigenous to the area.

Schumacher Place Featured in The Dispatch

Walker Evans Walker Evans Schumacher Place Featured in The Dispatch

The “Where we Live” series continues in The Dispatch with a profile on Schumacher Place. Located adjacent to German Village, this South Side neighborhood offers historic housing options that are similar to what can be found in its better known counterpart, with many of the same walkable amenities to boot. The full article can be […]

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Cloak & Dagger Dinner Theatre Now Performing at Shanes Gourmet

Walker Evans Walker Evans Cloak & Dagger Dinner Theatre Now Performing at Shanes Gourmet

The Cloak & Dagger Dinner Theatre is moving their production across German Village from the Columbus Maennerchor to Shanes Gourmet on Livingston Avenue (which is technically located within the Schumacher Place neighborhood). Starting this weekend, Cloak & Dagger will be hosting shows in the event space every Friday and Saturday evening starting at 6pm. The […]

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At Home: Minimalist Style in Schumacher Place

Anne Evans Anne Evans At Home: Minimalist Style in Schumacher Place

The Scotts weren’t planning on buying this house. Ryan had been looking on Craigslist for homes they could rent when he came across a listing for this 1920s, 927 square foot home. The ad listed a Sunday open house and they decided to go check it out. When they first opened the door to the […]

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Review: Skillet, Rustic. Urban. Food.

 columbusfoodie Review: Skillet, Rustic. Urban. Food.

Skillet, Rustic. Urban. Food. (hereafter referred to as Skillet) opened up to much fanfare late last year in the Schumacher Place location formerly occupied by Banana Bean Cafe until they moved over to much larger digs on Greenlawn Ave. While the space was definitely too small for the volume of Banana Bean Cafe, it was […]

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“Skillet” Opens Today in old Banana Bean Location

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The original Banana Bean location on Whittier Avenue has had their windows papered up and business closed recently, with a bit of a secretive air as to what was going on inside. Today, Angie Caskey, one of the owners of the Banana Bean Cafe, along with her son and husband are relaunching the space with […]

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Restaurant Review: Banana Bean Cafe

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Breakfast From The Liquor Cabinet. There isn’t much new that could surprise me when it comes to breakfast and I would probably eat 99.9% of what is placed in front of me. You see breakfast in my eye is just that good and a trip to Columbus’ Brewery District Banana Bean Cafe at 340 Greenlawn Avenue […]

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Schumacher Place getting new LEED townhomes

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Kossuth Green is the name of a new two-townhome development planned at 488 E. Kossuth Street (at the corner of Kossuth & Washington) in Schumacher Place. From their website: “With consideration to property assessment, building orientation, and the density factor, Kossuth Green focuses on sustainable design- which is our direction in the future of the […]

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