Wood Companies Wrapping Up Work on The Dennison
After two years of construction, work on The Dennison apartment development in Victorian Village is coming to a close. The original building at 789 Dennison Avenue (formerly known as The Leafy Dale) was renovated into new apartment units last year, while work began on a new addition next door, known as The Sanborn building.
The scaffolding at The Sanborn has come down to reveal the completed look of the building, which includes 12 apartment units on the top three levels above two floors of parking (the ground-floor entrance is in the front of the building while a below-grade level is entered from the back) that serves residents of both The Sanborn and the original Leafy Dale building.
Mark Wood, President of the Wood Companies, provided Columbus Underground with a tour of The Sanborn this morning, which features a furnished model unit facing Goodale Park. He said that while leasing is typically slow around the holiday season, four apartment units have already been moved into and four more applications have been turned in for others. Work is still wrapping up on the fixtures and finishes in several of the units, but he expects the remaining eight apartments to lease quickly.
Wood is turning his attention next to The Diplomat building at Buttles and High, which is currently undergoing an apartment renovation in collaboration with Schiff Capital Group, and will be ready for tenants in Spring 2016. He is also expecting to break ground on The Brunner building project in January.
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All photos by Walker Evans.