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Urban Target store planned for Edwards' Wellington building directly across from Ohio State University:



http://www.dispatch.com/content/stor...ban-store.html
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10-story Moxy Hotel by Marriott, retail, office complex planned on Haiku site in Short North



Yet another high-rise is being planned on North High Street in the heart of the Short North.

Crawford Hoying Development Partners LLC is proposing a 10-story hotel and office complex on the site of the Haiku restaurant and adjacent surface parking lot at High Street and Hubbard Avenue.

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http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/...lanned-on.html
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11-Story Building Proposed for Swan Cleaners Site Downtown

The proposed building would have 120 apartment units, first-floor retail and a roof-top terrace.

Significantly, a below-grade parking garage accessible from Wall Street is only slated to hold 22 cars. A specialized bike-storage area on the first floor is designed to hold 60 bikes.


http://www.columbusunderground.com/1...e-downtown-bw1

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New Design to be Presented for 10-Story Building at Grandview Mercantile Site



The Pizzuti Companies will present their latest proposal for the Grandview Mercantile site to the Victorian Village Commission tonight.

The programming and height of the building remain the same as the second iteration of the project, which was presented to the commission last month – a 10-story building featuring 12,600 square feet of ground-floor retail space, five floors of office space and a 164-space parking garage.

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http://www.columbusunderground.com/n...ntile-site-bw1
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New Visuals Unveiled for 11-Story Downtown Development Proposal



Last week, we got our first look at a new 11-story apartment building proposal from local developers Crawford Hoying that would replace the three-story Swan Cleaners building at the Downtown intersection of Cherry Street and High Street if built as planned. While the original article only featured basic building schematics as visuals, we’ve been given an exclusive first look at the building’s initial design, created by local architectural firm DesignGroup.

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http://www.columbusunderground.com/n...pment-proposal
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Glad to see that someone updates this site. Not too much more busy over at SSC though.
What do you mean? Is there a lot of construction up there?
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What do you mean? Is there a lot of construction up there?
I really don't know what you are referring to when you say, 'Up There'.
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I'm behind, I know. Couple of updates...

Ohio State is taking a parking lot, destroying it, converting it into wetlands and campus buildings.

http://media.bizj.us/view/img/102316...1279-161-0.jpg


Also, the South Campus area is getting an 8-story hotel:


http://www.columbusunderground.com/e...ighth-and-high


The Grant downtown is u/c:


http://www.columbusunderground.com/v...grant-columbus


Moxy Hotel is underway in the Short North:




http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/...gs-for-10.html


Short North's tallest office building is u/c:

http://media.bizj.us/view/img/101745...0-1080-0-0.jpg

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/...n-9-story.html

Full rendering below:
http://media.bizj.us/view/img/756813...2-7189-0-0.jpg


Yuppie boxes are going up weekly. Like this one in Franklinton that just started...

http://media.bizj.us/view/img/102368...2151-0-393.jpg

...and this one in the burbs...


http://www.grandviewyard.com/wp-cont...Sheet-2016.pdf


Downtown Dublin Part Deux (aka Bridge Park) is almost finished...


http://www.columbusunderground.com/c...park-in-dublin


Italian Village is on fire!



Full story with slides:
http://www.dispatch.com/content/stor...ding-boom.html


Condo "towers' are popping up too and this one (Parks Edge) is almost done...

http://media.bizj.us/view/img/102224...-1013-0-94.jpg


This one is finally u/c...




http://www.columbusunderground.com/v...umbus-marathon


And blah blah blah. Lots more stuff is u/c but I'm too lazy to update this!

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There's a billion new projects I'm not posting but I thought I'd at least drop this one off.

Final design has been approved for the Millennial Tower. Columbus will be adding two new 400+ footers to the skyline within the next several years (The first being this). The tower will add 720,000 square feet of office, retail, hotel, residential restaurant and parking garage space to the RiverSouth neighborhood. At 412 feet tall, the building will become the 10th largest in the city, and second tallest residential building.

http://www.columbusunderground.com/2...commission-bw1

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Old Posted Mar 2, 2018, 9:07 PM
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Well, since I last posted in this thread, there have been dozens of more developments proposed and/or started construction but these are some that pop in my mind currently. For more up-to-date development stuff --> https://www.urbanohio.com/forum/inde...oard,29.0.html

20+ Story, 300+ feet Hilton Convention Center Hotel proposed Downtown


www.columbusunderground.com


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Some Dutch-inspired infill coming to a large parking lot downtown


www.columbusunderground.com


Random boxes like this being built...




Another parking lot next to a beautiful downtown park turning into townhomes


http://www.dispatch.com


And another...


www.columbusunderground.com


West side of the river in Franklinton building stuff all over...


www.columbusunderground.com


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COSI, the city's science museum, is going "urban" with a foodhall and retail corridor through the museum between the hipster Franklinton neighborhood and the riverfront park




Italian Village is building yuppie boxes almost every block like...


www.columbusunderground.com






Harrison West neighborhood, a low-key urban neighborhood, is expanding on land once owned by Battelle Memorial Institute.




Random neighborhood isht...






Even the southside of the city is getting Columbus-style rowhomes...




Brand-new quality housing in the suburbs...




And even the more...impoverished areas...are getting decent infill (this used to be a Popeye's Chicken and some random lots).




And blah blah blah. There's just a lot of stuff going on, which I'm not taking for granted...just sayin'!
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Exciting to see so much happening now & also excited the building boom is anticipated to continue into the future for Columbus!
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Awesome developments! I need to read up more on the Urban Ohio forums about Columbus I guess. But, it would be cool to see you (or someone else) post some news here more often - especially for big projects. I especially like the project that replaces a parking lot with townhouses along the park. There's no reason a surface lot should border a park in Downtown.
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Agreed! I'm living in Chicago and from Columbus and it has been awesome to watch everything developing in Columbus on here.

Quick question - in the diagrams of Columbus skyscrapers/buildings, why aren't all of the proposed things in there? For example, the newly-proposed Hilton expansion, or the Millenial tower, etc?
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Nice infill!!
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Just a quick question-do you guys think that some form of urban mass transit (light rail, BRT, streetcar or a combo of all 3) be proposed again with all this infill going on?
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Just a quick question-do you guys think that some form of urban mass transit (light rail, BRT, streetcar or a combo of all 3) be proposed again with all this infill going on?
Yes, COTA is in continual discussion regarding all of that. There is current BRT-lite along Cleveland Avenue that just opened called CMax but it isn't true BRT.

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Agreed! I'm living in Chicago and from Columbus and it has been awesome to watch everything developing in Columbus on here.

Quick question - in the diagrams of Columbus skyscrapers/buildings, why aren't all of the proposed things in there? For example, the newly-proposed Hilton expansion, or the Millenial tower, etc?
Honestly, because no one does the diagram for Columbus anylonger.
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Yes, COTA is in continual discussion regarding all of that. There is current BRT-lite along Cleveland Avenue that just opened called CMax but it isn't true BRT.



Honestly, because no one does the diagram for Columbus anylonger.
How does one do the diagram? We need to recruit people...

And also, I am working on my own metro/regional rail. lol Work in progress...
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oh man there's lots going on here.
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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.
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