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Concerns raised about requests to reduce parking for Franklinton apartments
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Concerns raised about requests to reduce parking for Franklinton apartments

Three more apartment projects are planned for Franklinton, and two of the developers are asking for permission to build fewer a quarter of the...

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While other retailers are shrinking, Burlington is adding stores
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While other retailers are shrinking, Burlington is adding stores

While countless well-known retailers have been shuttering stores in recent months, Burlington is bucking that trend. The chain, formerly known as...

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Kahoots property sold for apartment development
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Kahoots property sold for apartment development

Preferred Living, the Columbus apartment builder, has bought the Kahoots strip club at Henderson Road near Kenny Road in anticipation of building...

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Former Fort Rapids Indoor Water Park on the market for $6.5 million
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Former Fort Rapids Indoor Water Park on the market for $6.5 million

The former Fort Rapids Indoor Water Park site has been listed for sale for $6.5 million. The 16.5-acre site off Hamilton Road and Interstate 70...

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Columbus to test enhanced rezoning notifications
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Columbus to test enhanced rezoning notifications

For years, Columbus residents have complained that they didn't know a nearby property was about to be rezoned until late in the game. But a pilot...

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After 50 years, Conrads College Gifts to pack up Buckeyes gear, move
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After 50 years, Conrads College Gifts to pack up Buckeyes gear, move

After half a century of selling all things Buckeyes, Conrads College Gifts is moving from its W. Lane Avenue location. The store, central Ohio's...

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Delaware County plans 2,000-acre Berlin Business Park
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Delaware County plans 2,000-acre Berlin Business Park

Delaware County officials announced plans Tuesday to build a 2,000-acre business park along Routes 36/37. The park, called Berlin Business Park,...

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Ohio's first Tory Burch store to open Wednesday at Easton
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Ohio's first Tory Burch store to open Wednesday at Easton

The women's clothing and accessories chain Tory Burch will open its first Ohio store Wednesday in Easton Town Center. Known for its "bohemian"...

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Arhaus Furniture to open Easton store
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Arhaus Furniture to open Easton store

Arhaus Furniture will open a store in Easton Town Center late this year as part of the shopping center's expansion, Easton announced Monday. The...

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OhioHealth move creates another Downtown office vacancy
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OhioHealth move creates another Downtown office vacancy

OhioHealth is moving close to 800 employees out of Downtown to its new headquarters at Route 315 and West North Broadway, leaving a lot of vacant...

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JCPenney closing 20 U.S. stores: Is yours on the list?
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JCPenney closing 20 U.S. stores: Is yours on the list?

JCPenney closing 20 U. S. stores: Is yours on the list? Add JCPenney to the list of retailers closing stores. The Texas-based department store...

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Project would turn vacant Dowtown property into 4-story apartment building
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Project would turn vacant Dowtown property into 4-story apartment building

A developer wants to turn a small, vacant property Downtown into a four-story building with 19 one- and two-bedroom affordable apartments. JDS...

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Retailer Topshop closing all U.S. stores
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Retailer Topshop closing all U.S. stores

British clothing retailer Topshop will close all its U. S. locations, the company announced this week. The 11 American stores are part of a larger...

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Five months after closing, Worthington Inn listed for sale
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Five months after closing, Worthington Inn listed for sale

The Worthington Inn, a central Ohio landmark for almost two centuries, is for sale. The inn, 649 High St., has been listed by NAI Ohio Equities for...

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Four Downtown shops moving to make way for renovation
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Four Downtown shops moving to make way for renovation

Four shops on E. Long Street Downtown are moving to make way for the renovation of their building. The stores occupy a 120-year-old two-story...

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Work to start this year on next phase of Gravity project in Franklinton
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Work to start this year on next phase of Gravity project in Franklinton

Developers are preparing to launch the second phase of the eye-catching Gravity project on W. Broad Street in Franklinton. After opening the first...

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Columbus council raises vehicle registration fee, adds self-driving shuttle in Linden
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Columbus council raises vehicle registration fee, adds self-driving shuttle in Linden

Residents registering motor vehicles will have to pay $5 more starting next year, in addition to another $5 hike imposed by Franklin County. It...

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Empty bourbon barrels will be raffled off at Last Call stores
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Empty bourbon barrels will be raffled off at Last Call stores

Last Call is hosting a bourbon raffle later this month, but booze isn't the prize. The Division of Liquor Control is raffling off free empty...

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Westerville nursing home could lose federal payments over poor care
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Westerville nursing home could lose federal payments over poor care

The federal government says it will stop making payments to a Westerville nursing home next week unless it corrects a pattern of poor care, such as...

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Cornwell Jewelers in Athens to close after 187 years in business
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Cornwell Jewelers in Athens to close after 187 years in business

ATHENS - After nearly two centuries in business, Cornwell Jewelers in Athens is closing. The store has been in Kris Cornwell's family since it...

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Industrial Commercial Properties acquires former Sears distribution center
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Industrial Commercial Properties acquires former Sears distribution center

A Cleveland-based commercial real estate development company has acquired the former Sears distribution center in Groveport. Industrial Commercial...

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Bonobos is coming to the Short North
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Bonobos is coming to the Short North

Bonobos will open its first central Ohio location in the Short North this summer. The men's clothing store will lease 1,500 square feet on the...

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Web-based retailer Bonobos coming to the Short North
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Web-based retailer Bonobos coming to the Short North

Bonobos will open its first central Ohio location in the Short North this summer. The men's clothing store will lease 1,500 square feet on the...

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Scooter companies are slow to move to struggling neighborhoods
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Scooter companies are slow to move to struggling neighborhoods

When Columbus wrote new regulations for the electric scooters that blanketed the city last summer, it told Lime and Bird to distribute a chunk of...

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Meijer enters region with Tuesday opening of Stow, 2 other supercenters
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Meijer enters region with Tuesday opening of Stow, 2 other supercenters

Meijer continues making bets on bricks-and-mortar retail in Ohio with the opening Tuesday morning of supercenters in Stow and two other Northeast...

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Moody Nolan hires architect David Meleca, who closes firm
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Moody Nolan hires architect David Meleca, who closes firm

Architect David B. Meleca, best known for such traditional-looking designs as the I-670 Cap at High Street, is shutting down his Downtown firm and...

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New 711 N. High office building nearly full
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New 711 N. High office building nearly full

The Short North's newest building, 711 N. High St., is ushering in new office space to an area of town traditionally defined by restaurants and...

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Amazon tests cash option for customers at one Go store
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Amazon tests cash option for customers at one Go store

NEW YORK - Amazon launched its high-tech Go convenience store a year ago, where shoppers can pull items off the shelf and walk out. Now, it's...

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More "micro" apartments could open Downtown

Connect Real Estate looking to redevelop 107-year-old building at 174 E. Long St. A vacant Downtown building could be turned into a mixed-use...

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Interfaith group BREAD seeks more focus on housing crisis
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Interfaith group BREAD seeks more focus on housing crisis

Ali Miller is an AmeriCorps VISTA worker who spends half of her paycheck on housing here in Columbus. The job doesn't pay much, she said - about ...

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