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The Top 10 Development Projects of 2019

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2019 was a big year for urban development projects throughout Central Ohio. Not only has Downtown Columbus and the Short North continued to grow denser, we’re seeing more verticality and mixed-use projects fully forming in suburban areas like Dublin and Easton. Our readers and editors surveyed the year’s development landscape to name the top project of 2019 and landed with Gravity at the top of the list.

Gravity is the first phase of a mixed-use residential community from Kaufman Development in Franklinton. In addition to the apartment units and unique architecture, this new building has brought new jobs (Cova Coworking, BarkBox) and retail (Roosevelt, Taft’s) to the area as well.

As the first phase of Gravity has wrapped up in 2019, the second larger phase is slated to break ground in 2020, continuing the trend of urban development in the Franklinton neighborhood.

For more information, visit www.gravityproject.com.

The Top 10 Columbus Urban Development Projects of 2019:

  1. Gravity
  2. Bridge Park Dublin
  3. Gravity 2.0 Announcement
  4. New Crew Stadium & Confluence Park
  5. Hilton Hotel Expansion
  6. Budd Dairy Food Hall
  7. North Market Tower
  8. Easton Town Center Expansion
  9. River & Rich – Phase Two
  10. Scioto Peninsula Updates

Flashback: Best Urban Development of 2018 — Veterans Museum
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 2019″ lists are published as the combined results of our annual Reader Nomination Survey and Editor’s Choice picks.

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