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  1. Three Affordable Housing Developments Moving Forward The City of Columbus announced this week that three affordable housing developments in Franklinton will be moving forward. The projects, which will bring a total of 150 units to three different sites in the neighborhood, will offer senior housing, apartments and single family homes that will be affordable to those making between 30% and 80% of the area median income . Each of the projects will utilize gap financing from the city as well as a relatively new tax credit program from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency called FHAct50. The program targets neighborhoods that are seeing an influx of new market-rate housing. The three projects are featured in a new Franklinton area plan (PDF), released this month. Similar to the city’s Envision Hilltop and One Linden plans, the new Franklinton document contains information on the neighborhood’s history, as well as data on employment, crime, transportation and other topics. More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/three-affordable-housing-developments-moving-forward-bw1
  2. Mark Wahlberg's Columbus plans include 2nd dealership, 1st Wahlbergers burger joint Mark Wahlberg is expanding more than the auto business in Central Ohio. ... After Wahlberg teased that they would be opening a Wahlburgers “sooner rather than later” in Columbus, Nino Cutraro, a Detroit restaurateur and partner in the restaurant business, said the first Wahlburgers in Columbus is coming to the Hollywood Casino. That makes geographic sense given the close proximity to the dealerships. “As soon as this (coronavirus crisis) is over,” Cutraro said, estimating another two or three months. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/04/17/mark-wahlbergs-columbus-plans-include-2nd.html
  3. Columbus used to have two, Aromaku and Taste of Bali. Both have closed. I dunno about any new ones...maybe Saraga on the northeast side has a vendor in there.
  4. ^Dhaka is up there but the densest (major) city in the world is Manila at 119,000ish per square mile. For reference, Manhattan is 71,000ish per square mile.
  5. Oh, season 3 of Ozark is the best. Without question.
  6. Thank God. That airport is trash.
  7. Hudson and Sullivant Get Redesigns, Other Street Projects Moving Forward The City of Columbus is gearing up for a busy spring and summer of road work. Although the long term impact of the coronavirus pandemic is unknown – and some state projects are already being impacted because of a projected loss of gas tax funds – work is continuing on the local projects that were already in the city’s pipeline. Work started earlier this month on $10 million worth of improvements to Sullivant Avenue, including new sidewalks, improved lighting and traffic signals, and bump outs to slow cars and shorten the distance for pedestrians crossing the street. A redesign of Hudson Street between I-71 and Cleveland Avenue is also moving forward. The project, which was first announced by Mayor Ginther at his State of the City address in February, calls for a new sidewalk on the north side of the street and a 12-foot-wide shared use path along the south side. New curbs, street trees and traffic lights are also a part of the project, along with a new water main and storm sewers. More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/hudson-sullivant-redesigns-other-street-projects-bw1
  8. Park board rejects attempt to scuttle park portion of riverfront music venue Plans to construct a park adjacent to the Andrew J. Brady Icon Music Center continue to progress, after park board members rejected an attempt to scuttle the project Thursday. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/04/16/park-board-rejects-attempt-to-scuttle-park-portion.html
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    Oh hell no.
  10. Developer adds to $120M Oregon District project with industrial building purchase An out-of-state developer is purchasing another property in downtown Dayton, marking continued investment for a company that is executing a massive project in the Oregon District. A vacant property at 101 Bainbridge St. in downtown Dayton is being purchased by a Louisville, Kentucky-based real estate development firm that is executing a massive project in the Oregon District. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/04/15/developer-adds-to-120m-oregon-district-project.html
  11. Awesome, thanks for the history lesson!
  12. So so jealous. I'm especially jealous how clean, vibrant, and colorful these small cities are in Colombia...versus Estados Unidos.
  13. Western Hills Viaduct gets more money; here’s where the project stands Three years after they started applying for and receiving state and federal funds for the key connection between the West Side and the rest of the region, Cincinnati and Hamilton County have received another major grant for the Western Hills Viaduct project. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/04/14/western-hills-viaduct-gets-more-money-here-s-where.html
  14. Meanwhile, in Japan... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan_Post_Bank
  15. Yup. https://www.bygonely.com/cincinnati-old-photos-1900s/
  16. Nice. https://www.bygonely.com/old-toledo-ohio-1900s/
  17. Excellent shots. Took the funicular up there and that was wild!
  18. Finally! God, I miss Bogota. Downtown is a gem.
  19. Marble Cliff Quarry's new community authority meets virtually as work begins on project The substantial redevelopment of the Marble Cliff Quarry is crossing the starting line. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/04/11/marble-cliff-quarrys-new-community-authority-meets.html
  20. SORTA eliminates free fares after meeting derailed by sex-talking hacker The board members who run the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority reversed a fare-free policy on Metro’s buses Friday. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/04/10/sorta-eliminates-free-fares-after-meeting-derailed.html
  21. Orange Township holds virtual town hall to plot the future of a key Delaware County corridor "(Route) 23 needs a sense of place, and that can be accomplished by mixed-use developments at key intersections." More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/04/10/delaware-county-holds-virtual-town-hall-to-plot.html
  22. Historic Columbus beer brand eyes another comeback Columbus’ most historic beer brand might be brewing up another comeback. Hoster opened in the Brewery District in 1836, with its last pub closing in 2001 More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/04/10/historic-columbus-beer-brand-eyes-another-comeback.html
  23. Work Continues on New Region at the Columbus Zoo The Columbus Zoo & Aquarium is getting ready for some new residents. While the zoo is closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic, construction is still underway on the zoo’s newest exhibits – Adventure Cove and Jack Hanna’s Animal Encounters Village. “We have animals that we need to get over to the Columbus Zoo so we feel this is an essential area that needs to be finished,” says Columbus Zoo President & CEO Tom Stalf. The sea lions and seals that will inhabit Adventure Cove have lived at a satellite facility in Florida for the last two to three years. Stalf says once they have the green light, they will drive the animals up to Columbus. More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/work-continues-on-new-exhibit-at-the-columbus-zoo-sp1
  24. Agreed, though I was disappointed they didn't bring back Quentin for a farewell while they were in the Underworld. And of course, more Marina would've been nice but bat-isht crazy Dean Fogg was amazing.
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