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  1. They approved another garage at the end of last year to be built on the surface lot across the street from Dodd rehab, next to the Coroner's office
  2. That one has the potential for a significant footprint. I also think about the corner of Front and Vine, catty cornered to North Market. That small little parking lot that's left would be another great spot for a high rise...
  3. Oh, I finally see what people have been commenting on -- what seems to be the cantilevered portion of the building over the back half of the old Park Street Patio. The amount of huffing and puffing some developers do about even keeping a facade of a building, and this development is really maintaining the integrity of the streetscape facade and doing interesting things. I'm still nervous about the actual materials that will be used on the new build, but this is at the very least a very responsive and interesting massing design. More of this, especially for future downtown infill around what little remains of our historic building stock
  4. https://www.google.com/maps/@39.9866301,-83.0461236,3a,75y,80.61h,99.25t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s9JKe8SLIpPcFbmkYG1A_-w!2e0!7i16384!8i8192 It seems that the townhouse "liner" was not constructed as the rendering suggests?
  5. Updated their master plan with the "Block G" highlighted, as well as the previously proposed (in construction?) Field House parcel. Has anything been proposed for Block F yet?
  6. There are a couple more images from the CU Construction Roundup January 2020, but wanted to share the couple of images of the Topiary Park "brownstones" -- they have such a phenomenal presence and are going to even improve the environment of the park space. Fingers crossed for some really nice craftsmanship on the masonry and we have ourselves a home-run here
  7. Made it over during my time at home in Columbus over the winter break. Looks like most of the residential over the grocery area is all topped out, they haven't actually constructed the roof for the ground floor yet, though.
  8. This is an EXCELLENT point. Bridge Park Dublin could easily buy out their current HQ and expand eastwards. Wendy's can make its triumphant return downtown (how they haven't opened a new "flagship" store downtown within the last decade is tragic).
  9. https://www.google.com/maps/@39.9725708,-83.0095163,3a,75y,138.78h,97.54t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sH7_xCIs2ofQYuIWKgBcgJw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656 Unless it was just overlooked in the renderings, I wonder what the plan is for all of the fill that exists on the site? There is 12-15 feet of fill along Neil Avenue in this location -- and the renderings show the Chipotle office building at street level. There does seem to be some semblance of meet at grade where the parking garage is concerned along Spruce. The Flats on Vine to the south are on a bit of a raised base, so I wonder if it will be more of that condition? Without street-level retail they could get away with some heavily planted, sloped areas along the sidewalk on Neil.
  10. I love those little cellar windows they've included along the base -- I wonder what the basement uses are? Additional prep space? Storage?
  11. I'm curious to see what the next phase of the Postle Hall will be... are they going to replace Postle Hall East? Just renovate it?
  12. What's so bad about the Wellington? It's massive, but it'll be right in scale with the other developments to the south. It's nothing extraordinary but it seems to be of pretty high quality from the times I've passed it...
  13. I hadn't noticed the subtle architectural logo at the top of the HQ buildings. That's pretty great! I love how close it is to the highway, too. With Confluence Village built out on the other side this will be such an interesting stretch of highway to drive on (something I never thought I'd say).
  14. Lots of progress on the Motorists lot facing Topiary and the replacement of Oak St. So great to see so many hefty residential developments from this angle!
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