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Storage Facility Planned for Former Giant Eagle

Brent Warren Brent Warren Storage Facility Planned for Former Giant Eagle

A Georgia-based company plans to convert the former Giant Eagle store at 1000 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. into a self-storage facility. The Columbus City Council approved a rezoning of the nine-acre site in February, which will also allow for two commercial buildings to be built on outlots located closer to the main road. The gas station […]

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Five-Story Office and Storage Building Coming Soon to Grandview

Brent Warren Brent Warren Five-Story Office and Storage Building Coming Soon to Grandview

The former ReTagIt store at 1123 Goodale Boulevard in Grandview will soon be demolished and replaced with a five-story building. Brexton LLC will be moving their headquarters to the top floor of the new building, above three floors of self-storage and a ground-floor parking garage. The self-storage units will cater to an upscale market, similar […]

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Five-Story Brewery District Storage Facility Approved

Brent Warren Brent Warren Five-Story Brewery District Storage Facility Approved

Brexton LLC is moving forward with plans to build a five-story storage facility in the Brewery District after receiving approval from the neighborhood’s architectural review commission earlier this month. The building will offer six floors of storage (one underground) at the southeast corner of Liberty and Short streets. Joseph Beatty Jr., Vice President of Real […]

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Neighborhood Launch Plans to Add Six-Story Storage Building

Walker Evans Walker Evans Neighborhood Launch Plans to Add Six-Story Storage Building

The Edwards Companies and Brexton Construction announced today plans to add a six-story storage unit building to the ongoing Neighborhood Launch project in Downtown Columbus. The units would service Downtown residents looking for extra room that they may not have built into smaller apartments or condos. “We see growing demand for storage Downtown,” said Tim Galvin, […]

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