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Weinland Park

Named for Edgar Weinland, a popular city councilman in the 1920s, the neighborhood is bounded by High Street to the west, Fifth Avenue to the south, railroad tracks to the east, and the east-west alley north of Chittenden Avenue to the north. Thanks to public and private investments, home renovation and new construction is on the upswing and the area is steadily becoming a stable, mixed-income neighborhood.

Breakfast, Books and Your Berry Patch

Anne Evans Anne Evans Breakfast, Books and Your Berry Patch

Come listen to a story, have a snack and learn about your Berry Patch and other greenspaces in Weinland Park’s Constellation.

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Councilmember Stinziano Community Hours

Anne Evans Anne Evans Councilmember Stinziano Community Hours

President Pro Tem Michael Stinziano will hold Community Hours in May across the City to listen to issues and concerns of Columbus residents. “Significant issues confront our diverse City every day. I want to hear, firsthand, from my constituents about what concerns them as we work together to make our neighborhoods the best places to […]

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Proposals for High Street and 11th Avenue to be Reviewed

Brent Warren Brent Warren Proposals for High Street and 11th Avenue to be Reviewed

The University Impact District Review Board (UIDRB) will hear two new proposals from Buckeye Real Estate this week. One calls for a new three-story building that would sit in front of an existing apartment building on North High Street. The other would require the demolition of five existing houses on East 11th Avenue. That proposal […]

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Rice Paddy Motorcycles Closing, Land Bought by Developer

Brent Warren Brent Warren Rice Paddy Motorcycles Closing, Land Bought by Developer

A longtime business on a prominent corner in Weinland Park will be closing this spring. The last day for Rice Paddy Motorcycles, located at 1454 N. Grant Ave., will be some time in mid-March. Wagenbrenner Development, the developer responsible for building dozens of new single family homes and apartments in the immediate vicinity, has acquired […]

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Project Update: Grant Park Apartments

Brent Warren Brent Warren Project Update: Grant Park Apartments

Work will be wrapping up this March on the first of what will eventually be 13 new apartment buildings on North Grant Avenue in Weinland Park. The three-story building is part of the 246-unit Grant Park Apartments project from Wagenbrenner Development. The new apartments line the east side of Grant, south of East 11th Avenue, and […]

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At Home by High: Building a Support Network for Short North’s Aging Residents

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega At Home by High: Building a Support Network for Short North’s Aging Residents

When Katie Beaumont’s mom moved in with her, she thought things would get easier. As an older woman with limited mobility and early signs of dementia, her mom needed near-constant assistance, so a shared residence made sense. But, when falls became more frequent, Beaumont realized she needed someone to fill the gaps between her and […]

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Weinland Park: Design Tour

Anne Evans Anne Evans Weinland Park: Design Tour

Design for All – Affordable Housing in a Revitalizing Neighborhood Meet with Michael Wilkos, Sr. Vice President of Community Impact for United Way Columbus. In his previous position as the Director of Community Research for The Columbus Foundation, Wilkos was instrumental in developing public/private/philanthropic partnerships to address housing and other poverty issues in the Weinland […]

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