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Columbus doesn't get a lot of attention but it really looks like it has a lot of momentum in the city proper.
Not just city proper. EVERY suburb has momentum regarding developments as well. Even Whitehall (the "joke" suburb) is building a new town center. It's a remarkable time for the region.
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Gravity 2.0 Franklinton






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Some Columbus updates by me:

City of Columbus downtown campus:




Gay & Long mixed use apartments and historic renovations Downtown:






Franklinton:








RiverSouth District (Downtown):






80 on the Commons (Downtown) :




Short North:

UDF Building


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Neilston & Normandy Buildings in Neighborhood Launch (Downtown) :




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Thanks for posting those updates. I love the infill in Columbus.
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Nice updates! Good to see!
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Impressive infill, but are any of the planned highrises likely to come to fruition ?
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If I lived in Columbus I'd definitely live at Gay & Long. Sorry, couldn't resist. Great looking projects!
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Thanks for the updates. You know I'm lazy.
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So impressed with how far Columbus has come in the last 10 years. The inner ring neighborhoods like German and Victorian Village were always terrific, but it's nice to see downtown (and Franlinkton!?) finally filling in. When I lived there, I never would have guessed how quickly those areas have developed.
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If I lived in Columbus I'd definitely live at Gay & Long. Sorry, couldn't resist. Great looking projects!
Dang it, you beat me with the joke!

Neilston & Normandy Buildings in Neighborhood Launch (Downtown) are my favorite infill. They look like renovated industrial buildings. Beautiful projects.
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Some good infill in Columbus. The next Austin!
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If I lived in Columbus I'd definitely live at Gay & Long. Sorry, couldn't resist. Great looking projects!
Gay and Long is unfortunately not an intersection but that project spans from Long to Gay and I can't think of it's name. Gay & High is the intersection.
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Progress on the Canopy by Hilton in the Arena District.


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The Townhaus project in German Village nearing completion.



Project website + renderings: https://thetownhaus.com


Large mixed use project on Parsons Ave has started.


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Townhome / Condo project on Bryden Road in Old Towne East.


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The Morgan in Old Towne East.

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New infill houses going up on formerly vacant lots in OTE. There are many projects like this all over town especially Italian Village and OTE.


Nationwide Children's Hospital expansion.

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Hubbard Park Place Update.


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Parkside on Pearl site prep.


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The Bollinger Tower hotel conversion has started. New windows have been installed on the upper floors.


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Schooley Caldwell is working with NBBJ on the North Market Tower and the design seems to have evolved. (source)

Columbus is getting a lot of quality low rise infill but it would be nice to get a new tower to freshen the skyline up a little bit.
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A slightly altered Gravity 2.0 was approved today.





Gravity 2.0 Project Moving Forward
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The second phase of Kaufman Development’s Gravity project is moving forward. The East Franklinton Review Board yesterday voted to approve the overall plan, just a month after the five-acre development was first proposed.

Some changes to the design of the four new buildings proposed for the site were made: a new outdoor area was added to the upper floors of the 12-story building at the northeast corner of the parcel, and the office building proposed for 455 W. Broad St. was expanded and modified.

Another change was the removal of a planned “art walk” that would’ve led pedestrians through the ground floor of the five-story parking garage that sits in the middle of the development.

Approved by the board were two zoning variances necessary for the project to move forward – one for parking and the other for height. The garage in the middle of the development, which will feature a green roof, will have room for 750 cars.

Remaining from the original proposal is a plan to preserve a majority of the warehouse building on McDowell Street as well as the existing building at the corner of McDowell and State Street.

The look of a proposed five-story residential building on State – which would offer co-living units fearing shared bathrooms or communal living spaces – was not significantly altered either.

A row of townhouses on McDowell that would sit in front of the parking garage was not reviewed by the board and will need to return to the board for approval in the future.

The design team for the project includes NBBJ, Hollwich Kushner and Acock Associates Architects.
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Schooley Caldwell is working with NBBJ on the North Market Tower and the design seems to have evolved. (source)

Columbus is getting a lot of quality low rise infill but it would be nice to get a new tower to freshen the skyline up a little bit.
Has Columbus built any new skyline towers since the condos at Neil & Spring?
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Has Columbus built any new skyline towers since the condos at Neil & Spring?
its been mostly infill since then
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Progress on the 1st & High office building.


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The Batelle parking lot project is finalized unfortunately the design is not very good.









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