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The Top 10 Development Projects of 2018

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2018 was another big year for change in the built spaces of Columbus. Numerous new developments were announced, many were under construction, and a handful of them even saw completion this year, including a couple that made our top 10 list. Our readers and editors were given carte blanche to choose development projects at any stage of existence, and the number one placement went to the recently completed National Veterans Memorial & Museum.

The NVMM officially opened at the tail end of October, replacing the Veterans Memorial Auditorium that was demolished in 2015. The new facility offers both locals and visitors a space to learn about the importance that the armed forces have played in the history of America both from a larger scale perspective, as well as an intimately personal one.

For more information, visit www.nationalvmm.org.

The Top 10 Columbus Urban Development Projects of 2018:

  1. National Veterans Memorial & Museum
  2. Gravity
  3. New Crew Stadium
  4. 711 North High
  5. Hubbard Park Place
  6. Gravity 2.0
  7. Bridge Park
  8. Trolley Barn
  9. Budd Dairy
  10. The Castle

Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2017 — The Citizens Building
Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2016 — The Madison
Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2015 — The Scioto Greenways

Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2014 — Grandview Yard

Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2013 — The Hub

Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2012 – The Downtown Hilton Hotel
Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2011 – The Scioto Mile
Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2010 – Wonderland
Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2009 – City Center Demolition
Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2008 – Gay Street Development

Note: Our “Best of 2018″ lists are published as the combined results of our annual Reader Nomination Survey and Editor’s Choice picks.

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