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Fourth & Long Project Gets Positive Reception from Commission

Walker Evans Walker Evans Fourth & Long Project Gets Positive Reception from Commission

A development proposal for a new 10-story building received its first conceptual review from the Downtown Commission this morning, and was largely met with positive feedback. Developer Continental Real Estate presented their vision for a building that would house a new parking garage with ground-floor office space, and adjacent apartment units. “We’re very excited about this […]

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The New “Pen West” Downtown Neighborhood Begins to Take Shape

Walker Evans Walker Evans The New “Pen West” Downtown Neighborhood Begins to Take Shape

Borror Prorperties unveiled their newest project last Thursday, which includes a mix of office space and apartment units slated for the far west end of Nationwide Boulevard in an expansion area of The Arena District that some have dubbed “Pen West”. While Borror’s five-and-a-half acre development proposal is impressive in size, it’s actually just one […]

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BrewDog Exploring Columbus for USA Production Expansion

Walker Evans Walker Evans BrewDog Exploring Columbus for USA Production Expansion

Earlier this year, Stone Brewing recommended Columbus to Scotland-based BrewDog as a city worthy of consideration for production facilities expansion into the US market. It would seem that BrewDog has officially taken them up on that idea, as announced in a blog post on their website today: “We are also delighted to announce that we […]

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Carl Brown IGA Building to be Demolished

Walker Evans Walker Evans Carl Brown IGA Building to be Demolished

The long-vacant Carl L. Brown IGA Foodliner building may not remain standing for much longer. Columbus City Council approved legislation on Monday night that will lead to the demolition of the building and the redevelopment of the two acre site. The City of Columbus purchased the property in February 2014 for $600,000, and is transferring the […]

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City to Partner With Three Developers for Office and Residential Projects on West Nationwide Blvd

Brent Warren Brent Warren City to Partner With Three Developers for Office and Residential Projects on West Nationwide Blvd

The City of Columbus announced today a plan to add retail, multi-family housing, and significant office space to the far western end of Nationwide Boulevard. What started last spring as a call-for-proposals from the city to redevelop the historic Columbus Municipal Light Plant building at 555 West Nationwide Boulevard has expanded into a multi-faceted plan […]

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Innovation District Proposed to Boost Entrepreneurism in Columbus

Brent Warren Brent Warren Innovation District Proposed to Boost Entrepreneurism in Columbus

The Short North, Franklinton or Downtown could one day be home to an “Innovation District” – a cluster of buildings offering office space, living quarters and complementary businesses that together local leaders hope would provide a boost to the city’s entrepreneurial culture. Former City Councilmember Troy Miller commissioned a feasibility study on the idea, and […]

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Urban Food-and-Beverage Campus Proposed to Lure Stone Brewing to Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Urban Food-and-Beverage Campus Proposed to Lure Stone Brewing to Columbus

It’s no secret that Columbus has been courting the Stone Brewing Company for their $31 million brewery expansion project. The popular California-based craft brewery operation has grown rapidly since launching in 1996, and is currently the 10th largest craft brewery in the US. With that growth comes the need to expand to the other side […]

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