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Ohio State University area updates:


Luxe Belle Apartments


The Wellington


Wilson Place


Uncommon Apartments

Downtown Update:

330 E Oak - I'm eager for this one to finish because it will be clad in bright red metal panels.

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Dublin construction update: Pedestrian bridge, new library taking shape while Bridge Park expands



A couple of long-discussed projects that will dramatically change the look of downtown Dublin are beginning to come into form.

The city's upcoming pedestrian bridge across the Scioto River now has its distinct tower completed, while the Columbus Metropolitan Library's modernized branch is taking form in the historic district, next to a new city parking garage.

And then there's Bridge Park, which continues to expand on both sides of the river with new offices, retail spaces and residential units under construction and on the planning table.

Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus...ridge-new.html

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10 Story Moxy Hotel on High Street. Cladding is going up and looks sexy.


1st & High topped out very quickly.
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Hilton downtown expansion grows to 26 stories as designers refine concept


The planned expansion of the Hilton Columbus Downtown could pack enormous event and meeting space into a tiny parcel next to the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

But it'll be a complex job.

Designers of the 470-room hotel project are navigating space constraints, brand awareness, cost and even tariffs as they engineer the new downtown tower.

The design team – Cooper Carry, Meyers + Associates Architecture and Jeffrey Beers – told the Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority on Tuesday afternoon that much progress has been made on the design for the project, which will soon head out to bid.
The new plans for the tower bring it to 26 stories, including a prospective rooftop bar.

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Hilton downtown expansion grows to 26 stories as designers refine concept


The planned expansion of the Hilton Columbus Downtown could pack enormous event and meeting space into a tiny parcel next to the Greater Columbus Convention Center.

But it'll be a complex job.

Designers of the 470-room hotel project are navigating space constraints, brand awareness, cost and even tariffs as they engineer the new downtown tower.

The design team – Cooper Carry, Meyers + Associates Architecture and Jeffrey Beers – told the Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority on Tuesday afternoon that much progress has been made on the design for the project, which will soon head out to bid.
The new plans for the tower bring it to 26 stories, including a prospective rooftop bar.

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This should have it's own thread in proposals. Any other city would have a 26 floor building that will likely be 100 meters or so tall in a separate thread. IJS and all.

*except maybe NYC or Chicago of course where 26 floors is nothing lol.
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I hear that Milennial Tower is in site prep and also that the Rhodes Tower is getting an exterior renovation.
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The National Veterans Memorial and Museum opened downtown on Saturday.



https://www.architecturaldigest.com/...um-opens-doors
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The busy Italian Village stretch of N. 4th Street is having a moment, with new homes, shops and restaurants - and new highs in real-estate values.

For decades, 4th Street north of Downtown ran through a patchy stretch of empty lots, vacant warehouses and neglected residences — sights to quickly pass on the way out of the city.

Today, that stretch just may be the hottest hipster haven in town.

From Interstate 670 to 5th Avenue, the once-blighted Italian Village street is filled with $600,000 condominiums, breweries, coffee shops, apartments, fitness centers and restaurants, with many more on the way.

“I see this becoming another Third Street in German Village,” said Joe Armeni, who has been buying, renovating and developing property in the area since the the 1980s. “I think it’s going to happen within the next three years, that it fills in and really hits its stride.”

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Source: https://www.dispatch.com/business/20...-hipster-haven



Mixed-Use Development Proposed for West Fifth Avenue

Preliminary plans for a mixed-use development on the former Fifth Avenue Elementary site in Dennison Place have been presented to the zoning committee of the University Area Commission (UAC).

The development was also the subject of a neighborhood meeting in September, in which residents provided some initial feedback on the proposal to the developer, Upper Arlington-based Vision Development.



Millennial Tower, now at 28 stories, still expected to rise in RiverSouth

What's likely to be the highest-profile project in the burgeoning RiverSouth neighborhood is still a go, developers say, despite two and half years passing since Millennial Tower was first proposed.

“We are actively proceeding with the project, as there is significant market demand for a mixed-use project of this magnitude," Arshot Investment Corp. Principal Bill Schottenstein said in an email. "Columbus is moving beyond the outdated classical commercial building model and towards spaces that promote connectivity and community engagement."

The design of the proposed 750,000-square-foot tower was approved by the Downtown Commission in January.

Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus...-expected.html


Brunner Building opens in Short North, with $4,000 penthouses

One of the Short North’s newest apartment complexes rents some of the most expensive penthouses in the city.

The Brunner Building, at 936 N. High St., rents three 1,350-square-foot penthouses for $4,000 a month, making it one of at least three new Columbus apartment buildings to top out at $4,000 or more.

People “can move from their shoebox in Manhattan to a unit like this for relatively the same price,” said Tyler Puhl, leasing manager of the developer, Wood Cos.

Rent starts at $1,750 for the building’s 33 apartments, which range from 876 to 1,350 square feet. The first residents moved into the six-story, $15 million mixed-use project in August.

So far, about half of the residents are from outside Columbus.

Source: https://www.dispatch.com/news/201811...000-penthouses



Valencia on High opens this weekend in Short North


The Short North’s latest apartment complex comes with a Spanish touch.

Valencia on High, offering 35 small one-bedroom apartments starting under $1,000 a month, includes terra cotta paneling, a nod to rooftops in Valencia, Spain.

“I don’t think there are a whole lot of buildings in central Ohio that have this type of outside with the terra cotta,” said Adam Trautner, vice president of Stonehenge Company, the developer of the $7.5 million, six-story project at North High Street and 3rd Avenue.

Valencia apartments range from 538 square feet to 668 square feet and rent from $995 to $1,650. The first tenants will move in this weekend.

Source: https://www.dispatch.com/news/201810...in-short-north





Easton Town Center Announces $500 Million Expansion

Easton Town Center unveiled plans today for a 16-acre expansion that will include multiple blocks of new retail and restaurant storefronts, a 136-room Aloft Hotel, office space, additional parking, and a new outdoor plaza.

Also planned as part of the $500 million project are new residential units and a three-story, 40,000-square-foot RH Gallery that is being touted as the anchor for the new expansion.

“RH Gallery is an extraordinary concept and we’re so pleased it will anchor this important next step in the evolution of Easton Town Center,” said Jennifer Peterson of Easton Town Center in a statement. “It is a one-of-a-kind experience and a complete immersion into the RH brand. With the next closest RH Galleries located in Chicago and Nashville, we are confident this will be a strong draw for customers from throughout the region.”

Source: https://www.columbusunderground.com/...-expansion-bw1





OSU Arts District and 15th and High projects

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Arts District - https://www.columbusunderground.com/...s-district-bw1
15th & High - https://www.columbusunderground.com/...h-and-high-bw1




Franklinton Updates

Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus...046&j=85098971
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Thanks for the updates! Any news on North Market Tower ?
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A few higher profile updates from the last week.

Hilton Downtown Convention Center expansion ($200M):





from: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus...designers.html

New Arena District (Downtown) Crew Arena ($230M):









from: https://www.columbusunderground.com/...r-downtown-bw1

New CoverMyMeds HQ in downtown-adjacent Franklinton ($240M):













from: https://www.columbusunderground.com/...ranklinton-bw1
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Two more renderings of the Hilton expansion from the Dispatch:





800 North High aka the mixed-use Moxy hotel and offices from UrbanOhio:







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I'm glad that Hilton is likely to happen and will give the city a new high-rise.

You know tall buildings aren't everything though, that low rise stuff is incredible. I like how most of it has practical stuff taking up ground floor retail spots - I see a Target, a Starbucks, etc.
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High & Gay - Now named the Nicholas.


The Morgan - 19 unit townhome + The Gemma 20 something unit 3 story apartment building and two unit duplex project in OTE.


The Townhaus




8 or 9 floor infill downtown will have bright red cladding.


711 N High - Offices


875 N High - 4 floor office + 6 floor residential


The Moxy Hotel


Hubbard Park Place


Acorn Distributors site multiple buildings of varying heights


Graduate Hotel conversion from housing


Jeffery Park condos




Short North overview with multiple new projects visible - Brunner Block, UDF Serendipity Labs, 875 N High, Moxy Hotel, 711 N High all visible along with the new streetscaping progress.


Budd Dairy office and food hall construction and apartment complex construction in Italian Village


Gravity in Franklinton






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The first phase of the Scioto Peninsula project was announced on Friday.

Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus...ack-three.html
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That Hubbard Park project is exceptional. In general, I really enjoy and respect the classic designs and materials going up in this growing Ohio city. Also that Scioto Peninsula project will be a game-changer, seeing as the entire western bank of the river looks set for a transformation.

Also, I'm sure I speak for others when I say that Columbus updates are welcome and I hope I see more soon and often!
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Second phase of River and Rich in the Franklinton neighborhood.



from: https://www.columbusunderground.com/...n-proposal-bw1

Official Crew Stadium renderings. Groundbreaking October 10th:









from: https://www.crewstadium.com/#renderings

The Crew Stadium site as of yesterday:



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The Hilton expansion looks great.
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