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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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Warehouse Containing Local Beer Distributor Burns in Overnight Fire

Walker Evans Walker Evans Warehouse Containing Local Beer Distributor Burns in Overnight Fire

The Dick Cold Storage warehouse located at 3080 Valleyview Drive burned down in an overnight fire. Local Columbus fire crews battled the blaze, and while there were no injuries reported, the building and its products are being called a complete loss. The warehouse owners sublet space to local businesses including craft beer company 17th Star Distributing, […]

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Crimson Cup Expands into New 20,000 Square Foot Roasting Facility

Walker Evans Walker Evans Crimson Cup Expands into New 20,000 Square Foot Roasting Facility

Locally-based Crimson Cup Coffee officially opened their brand new 20,000 square foot roasting facility and distribution center today at 1925 Alum Creek Drive, just two miles south of their existing company location at 700 Alum Creek Drive. The expansion is allowing the business to double their production capacity, which has been driven by strong demand. […]

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Arena District Getting More Loft Offices With Buggyworks Renovation

Walker Evans Walker Evans Arena District Getting More Loft Offices With Buggyworks Renovation

Nationwide Realty Investors purchased the eastern Buggyworks Building two years ago, and little news has been announced on the old warehouse building until today. Representatives from NRI will be presenting plans to the Downtown Commission next Tuesday that would see the building converted into new commercial office space. The original 108,000 square foot Buggyworks building […]

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