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First Look: The Yardley

 

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The first residents of The Yardley apartment complex in Olde Towne East moved in on November 1. The project, which was built on a vacant lot at 122 Parsons Avenue, contains a total of 78 units over a first floor parking garage and a corner commercial space.

 

The apartments range in size from a 500-square-foot studio to several townhome-style units – clocking in at over 1,700 square feet – that feature outdoor balconies with downtown views. Rents range from $945 per month to over $2,000.

 

Interest in the project has been strong, according to representatives of Metropolitan Holdings, although they are working hard to get the word out to people who may not already be familiar with the neighborhood. Incentives being offered to prospective tenants include a $1,000 Visa gift card, as well as coupons for some of the local businesses within walking distance of the building, like Upper Cup Coffee.

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/first-look-the-yardley-bw1

 

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So I'm a huge fan of the painted Yardley Manufacturing Co. sign. Does anyone know the history there? 

 

Really hoping it's not just some nonsense marketing gimmick they made up. 

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Project Update: Adelphi Quarter

 

Despite holding a ceremonial ground breaking last summer, actual construction work has yet to begin on Adelphi Quarter, the 130-unit mixed-use development planned for 818 E. Long St.

 

That may change soon, although a recent update provided by the developers of the project – Borror and Kingsley & Co. – did not identify a firm start date.

 

“We anticipate starting in the upcoming months…we continue to work towards making sure all the pieces and parts are aligned to insure the most successful project possible,” said Borror Senior Vice President of Development Matt Canterbury. “This is going to be a project that is a catalyst for responsible growth for the area.”

 

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/project-update-adelphi-quarter-bw1

 

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