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Worthington Mall Plan Gets First Approval

Brent Warren Brent Warren Worthington Mall Plan Gets First Approval

Editor’s note (3/31/21): This article was updated with information about the dismissal of a lawsuit against the developer. Worthington’s municipal planning commission voted last week to approve the rezoning of the Shops at Worthington Place, clearing the way for Dallas-based developer Direct Retail Partners (DRP) to redevelop the site. The first phase of the plan […]

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Radiant and Centered Yoga Combine and Focus on Online Classes

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Radiant and Centered Yoga Combine and Focus on Online Classes

Radiant Yoga & Wellness and Centered Yoga & Movement have both combined to offer online yoga and, in the future, in-person programs for every yoga body, including children. “We have gotten great feedback,” said Pruitt, owner of Radiant Yoga in Worthington. “Online yoga gives students and teachers the ability to stay safe for their families.” Shoma […]

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New Development Proposals Will Shape Worthington’s Future

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Development Proposals Will Shape Worthington’s Future

There is no shortage of opinions in Worthington about the former United Methodist Children’s Home site on High Street. A proposal to redevelop the centrally-located site in 2015 was met with resistance from neighboring residents, and a recent update to that proposal has already inspired its share of comments and complaints.   We recently sat […]

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The Confluence Cast: Development in the City of Worthington

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Development in the City of Worthington

When it comes to development, the City of Worthington, like many cities with their size and limitations, has to play a balancing act on navigating varying interests. CU Reporter Brent Warren sat down with the city’s economic development director and assistant city manager, David McCorkle, and Worthington City Manager Matt Greeson to discuss developments coming […]

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The New Suburban Infill Proposals: How They Compare, and the One Thing They’re All Missing

Brent Warren Brent Warren The New Suburban Infill Proposals: How They Compare, and the One Thing They’re All Missing

The last month has seen four significant mixed-use developments proposed in Columbus suburbs. Two of them will be adding new uses to what used to be single-use shopping centers (the Kingsdale Shopping Center in Upper Arlington and the Shops at Worthington Place), while the other two are calling for new, walkable neighborhoods on sites that […]

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New Proposal Submitted for Methodist Site in Worthington

Brent Warren Brent Warren New Proposal Submitted for Methodist Site in Worthington

Lifestyle Communities has submitted a new plan for the former United Methodist Children’s Home site, a piece of underdeveloped land near Worthington’s historic center that has been the subject of much debate over the years. The Columbus-based developer ran into significant neighborhood opposition five years ago, when it proposed building a large mixed-use development on […]

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Christine Ruddy: Photographs

  Christine Ruddy: Photographs

Fine art photographer Christine Ruddy experiments with unusual subjects and locations, using her unique vision to capture images that others may overlook or avoid. Ruddy says that she is “always seeking something different and rare to illustrate the often underrepresented aspects of our culture and history.” Stop by the Art Space and visit our Virtual […]

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