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High-rises in Columbus: Why they're not being built
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High-rises in Columbus: Why they're not being built

Columbus may be in the middle of a development spree, but in the eyes of some, it's getting short-changed. Despite a number of recently announced...

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German Village hotel proposal met with neighborhood resistance
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German Village hotel proposal met with neighborhood resistance

About two dozen German Village residents spoke out against the latest proposal for a Livingston Avenue hotel during Tuesday's meeting of the German...

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Columbus developers
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Columbus developers "put on notice" about traffic, density concerns

Columbus is preparing for a population surge, but questions about where to put the influx of new residents have opened deep fissures in the region....

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Raccoon International Golf Course up for auction
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Raccoon International Golf Course up for auction

Another Central Ohio golf course could change hands this year. Raccoon International Golf Course, located at 3275 General Griffin Road in Granville...

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How will WeWork's reported halt affect Columbus plans?
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How will WeWork's reported halt affect Columbus plans?

Following a canceled initial public offering and the departure of its co-founder and CEO, the future of once-darling coworking giant WeWork has...

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Airbnb hotel could come to Short North area via Michael Schiff
News 4 months ago
Airbnb hotel could come to Short North area via Michael Schiff

Michael Schiff has spent the past decade financing big, transformative projects in the Short North. Now he's becoming a neighbor, too, and he wants...

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COhatch signs deal for 10 Cincinnati sites.
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COhatch signs deal for 10 Cincinnati sites.

COhatch, Columbus' largest coworking company, is growing again. This time, it's headed to Cincinnati. Worthington-based COhatch has signed a deal...

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North Market tower update
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North Market tower update

The latest designs for the $192 million tower near the North Market focus on how it will interact with the neighborhood. Tuesday morning, North...

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RiverWest Partners to renovate 15 W. Cherry St. into retail, creative office
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RiverWest Partners to renovate 15 W. Cherry St. into retail, creative office

A downtown building will find new uses as an office-focused structure. Columbus-based developer RiverWest Partners plans a $3 million renovation of...

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Companies used New Jersey's Blue Hill Plaza to get $100 million in tax credits
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Companies used New Jersey's Blue Hill Plaza to get $100 million in tax credits

Editor's note: This story is available as a result of a content partnership with The New York Times. Subscribers will see stories like this every...

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Casto helping $150 Million Montgomery Quarter project moving forward
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Casto helping $150 Million Montgomery Quarter project moving forward

The long-planned $150 million mixed-use development at the entry to the city of Montgomery is finally moving forward, but the development team that...

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Alene Candles the latest in New Albany development boom
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Alene Candles the latest in New Albany development boom

A candle-maker will build a new facility in New Albany to increase production, potentially bringing 58 new jobs to the already surging community....

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Is Columbus ready for the next recession?
News 5 months ago
Is Columbus ready for the next recession?

We asked experts whether gains made since the last economic upheaval will protect Central Ohio from an impending storm. A decade after the Great...

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View on Fifth adds final ground-floor tenant
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View on Fifth adds final ground-floor tenant

A new yoga studio concept is launching in the Fifth by Northwest neighborhood. Rewild Yoga will open a 1,600 square foot studio at The View on...

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Columbus ranks high for real estate interest
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Columbus ranks high for real estate interest

Central Ohio's growth is attracting more attention from the national real estate world. The city has been named a market to watch in 2020 by...

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Scioto Peninsula Cultural District honored by Urban Land Institute with global real estate award
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Scioto Peninsula Cultural District honored by Urban Land Institute with global real estate award

Columbus' Scioto Peninsula Cultural District has joined the ranks of real estate development projects in Singapore, China and New York as one of...

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Harding Hospital site in Worthington could get NCR, school builds
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Harding Hospital site in Worthington could get NCR, school builds

A nonprofit has struck a deal with two other entities that could mean new construction on one of Worthington's largest undeveloped sites. I Am...

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Bank of America to anchor new Polaris mixed-use development
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Bank of America to anchor new Polaris mixed-use development

A new mixed-use development is getting started near Polaris Fashion Place, and it'll be anchored by a major banking player that's ramping up its...

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Columbus apartment industry tops $21.6B
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Columbus apartment industry tops $21.6B

Apartment construction and management brings tens of billions to the Columbus economy, according to a new study. The apartment industry advocates...

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Casto proposes 12-story River & Rich expansion
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Casto proposes 12-story River & Rich expansion

Another 12-story tower has been proposed in surging Franklinton. Tuesday afternoon the East Franklinton Review Board heard a proposal by Casto for...

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Franklinton's Makers Social bringing craft-and-sip type business to neighborhood
News 5 months ago
Franklinton's Makers Social bringing craft-and-sip type business to neighborhood

Franklinton residents soon will have a new space to get crafty with a beer in their hands. Makers Social, a sister business to Clintonville paint...

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CBRE's Michael Copella on his background
News 5 months ago
CBRE's Michael Copella on his background

Whether it's french fries, cocktails, cars or big office buildings, Michael Copella has sold it all. The managing director of CBRE's Columbus...

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Cova Cowork readies to open in Franklinton's Gravity
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Cova Cowork readies to open in Franklinton's Gravity

The team behind Franklinton's newest coworking space wants to give local groups and businesses a place to gather in a rising neighborhood. Cova...

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Opportunity Zone investor buys Rickenbacker-area residences
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Opportunity Zone investor buys Rickenbacker-area residences

A Pittsburgh-area firm specializing in opportunity zones plans to redevelop a 376-unit community near Rickenbacker International Airport....

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Italian Village apartment proposal floated by Kevin Lykens
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Italian Village apartment proposal floated by Kevin Lykens

The developer behind some of Italian Village's most notable projects wants to add hundreds more apartments to the neighborhood. Kevin Lykens has...

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AEP buys Marble Cliff office buildings home to Zipline Logistics
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AEP buys Marble Cliff office buildings home to Zipline Logistics

Several businesses in Marble Cliff may be headed to new homes as Columbus-based energy giant American Electric Power Company Inc. considers...

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Industrious opens second Short North space
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Industrious opens second Short North space

New York-based coworking company Industrious has officially opened its second Short North location, a significant expansion of the national brand's...

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Affordable housing pitched for Near East Side
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Affordable housing pitched for Near East Side

A street corner just east of downtown could be home to housing once again. Brian Higgins of Arch City Development has proposed a four-story...

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Why opportunity zones are more than traditional real estate development
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Why opportunity zones are more than traditional real estate development

Since opportunity zones were first authorized in December 2017 as part of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, there has been significant discussion about how...

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WeWork is going public. Are its numbers too private?
News 5 months ago
WeWork is going public. Are its numbers too private?

Editor's note: This story is available as a result of a content partnership with The New York Times. Subscribers will see stories like this every...

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