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  1. Ann Arbor-Based Coffee Shop Opens OSU Location A Michigan-based coffee shop is preparing to open their third Central Ohio location with a new shop right next door to The Ohio State University. Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea will take on 1,700 square feet of space at 15 E. 17th Ave. inside the new Wellington building. The announcement marks the second coffee shop for the building, which already contains a Starbucks inside the Target that opened last summer. Franchise owner, Sudhindra Jadcherla hopes that the unique offerings of Sweetwaters will entice customers to check them out. More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/sweetwaters-wellington-osu-we1
  2. Now your screenname makes sense...
  3. City considers land sale for new mixed-use facility downtown The city of Dayton is considering a land sale that would pave the way for a new mixed-use facility in the downtown area. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/20/city-considers-land-sale-for-new-mixed-use.html
  4. Renewed momentum for Villages of North Clayton development Courtney Hart’s commute to work takes seconds. Hart, who with husband Ryan Hart own Ink & Co. Made in Ohio, picked a place to live in Clayton where they could start a business and live in close proximity. So when they heard of plans for a new mixed-use development there, they jumped at it. “We want to be close to the school, to the YMCA, to our neighbors and to businesses, where all of them could really look out for each other,” she said of the planned development along U.S. 40 close to Northmont schools, a walking path, and plenty of green space. While many suburbs have looked to reinvent a sense of urbanism, few have had the protracted development cycle as what’s planned in Clayton. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/19/renewed-momentum-for-villages-of-north-clayton.html
  5. Island upgrade: Ohio State wants to overhaul its Lake Erie campus OSU thinks it can do more at an island on Lake Erie. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/03/19/island-upgrade-ohio-state-wants-to-overhaul-its.html
  6. Next Round of Student Apartments Aiming for Summer Openings A new apartment building rising over Tuttle Park in the University District now officially has a name and an opening date. The Urban is a six-story building at 200 W. Norwich Ave. that will open before the start of fall semester, according to banners posted on construction fencing at the site. The development, from Kansas-based Elsey Partners, first went before neighborhood groups in late 2016. A Council Variance for the project was approved in April of 2017, allowing a total of 274 bedrooms, with parking for 146 cars in an underground garage. More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/next-round-of-student-apartments-aiming-for-summer-openings-bw1
  7. OTR's Sundry and Vice owner turns to Walnut Hills for next bar The owner of Over-the-Rhine's Sundry and Vice, named one of the world's best bars, is opening a new concept in Walnut Hills. Owner Stuart King and general manager Jack Keane are planning to open the Comfort Station at 793 E. McMillan St. early this summer. "The revitalization of Walnut Hills has been on our radar for some time and, as with Sundry and Vice, we are drawn to up-and-coming neighborhoods," King told me in an email. "We were touched by the amount of involvement and passion of the residents and stakeholders in Walnut Hills and how much they wanted to revitalize it and see it come to life again." The concept will house two distinct spaces. The name itself draws from the 100-year-old building that houses it, known as a "Public Comfort Station" that provided a rest area and bathing house along a busy transit line and retail corridor. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/03/19/exclusive-otrs-sundry-and-vice-owner-turns-to.html
  8. Third Angry Baker Location Now Open The Angry Baker brand is spreading throughout the Columbus area, getting a third location in Upper Arlington this past weekend. The Angry Bakery, the baked goods-centric offshoot of the full Angry Baker restaurant, has replaced Purple Sage Bakery at 1962 N. Mallway Dr. Purple Sage closed its storefront earlier this month, leaving behind an intimate space that co-owner Erin Hall says is the ideal spot to further expand their bakery operations. “We weren’t actually searching for a third location,” says Hall, who became co-owner when their Short North location opened in 2018. “Purple Sage bakery was looking to sell their retail spot in Upper Arlington and contacted us to see if we were interested. It was an opportunity that we just couldn’t pass up.” More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/third-angry-baker-location-now-open-ls1
  9. Four Entertainment Group will open bar at Easton Town Center One of Cincinnati’s largest bar and restaurant operators will open its first Columbus location at Easton Town Center. Four Entertainment Group is expected to open The Beeline, a 3,000-square-foot bar, for the holiday season. “The Beeline is the newest concept from an extraordinarily talented hospitality group that prides itself on delivering unique experiences,” Easton Chief Executive Jennifer Peterson said in a news release. “No two are alike and this will be their first concept in central Ohio.” More below: https://www.dispatch.com/business/20190319/four-entertainment-group-will-open-bar-at-easton-town-center & https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/03/19/cincinnati-restaurant-group-bringing-new-concept.html
  10. Four Entertainment Group will open bar at Easton Town Center One of Cincinnati’s largest bar and restaurant operators will open its first Columbus location at Easton Town Center. Four Entertainment Group is expected to open The Beeline, a 3,000-square-foot bar, for the holiday season. “The Beeline is the newest concept from an extraordinarily talented hospitality group that prides itself on delivering unique experiences,” Easton Chief Executive Jennifer Peterson said in a news release. “No two are alike and this will be their first concept in central Ohio.” More below: https://www.dispatch.com/business/20190319/four-entertainment-group-will-open-bar-at-easton-town-center & https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/03/19/cincinnati-restaurant-group-bringing-new-concept.html
  11. Honestly, I'm surprised it took this long for Easton to go this route. There are two other Steiner developments in Ohio (The Greene and Liberty Center) that incorporate residential with first floor retail. I would've thought at least Phase II of Easton would've went that route instead of Main Street US-Pay.
  12. Dayton community to replace municipal building ‘inundated with bats’ The U.S. Department of Agriculture is investing $91 million to build or improve community facilities and services for nearly 300,000 rural residents in 12 states. This includes a new municipal in the Darke County village of Arcanum, which had contended with an animal situation. The $2.5 million project will create a 11,500-square-foot building to house the village of Arcanum’s police department and its administrative offices. The current building does not meet accessibility, safety or health standards. It also lacks a vehicle emission ventilation system, and was inundated with bats, according to a report. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/18/dayton-community-to-replace-municipal-building.html
  13. Indiana restaurant chain moves forward with first Dayton-area location An Indianapolis-based restaurant chain's plans to open its first Dayton-area location are moving forward. Stacked Pickle recently applied for a liquor permit for its future address at 103 North Springboro Pike in Miamisburg, according to records from the Ohio Division of Liquor Control. The sports-themed restaurant and bar chain is owned by Gary Brackett, a retired Indianapolis Colts linebacker. The Dayton Business Journal first reported Stacked Pickle plans to open its Miamisburg restaurant in May. The building is the former site of Roosters, which relocated to 9400 Springboro Pike in Miami Township last year. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/03/18/indianarestaurant-chain-moves-forward-with-first.html
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