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Large murals planned for the Graduate Hotel:

 

"Artworks are being sought for the upper north facing exterior wall, with approximate dimensions: 12’8’’’ by 64’; the upper south facing exterior wall, with approximate dimensions: 25’ by 64’ and the lower south facing exterior wall, with approximate dimensions: 10’ by 10’."

 

https://shortnorth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Graduate-Hotels-Call-for-Artists.pdf

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14 minutes ago, aderwent said:

Large murals planned for the Graduate Hotel:

 

"Artworks are being sought for the upper north facing exterior wall, with approximate dimensions: 12’8’’’ by 64’; the upper south facing exterior wall, with approximate dimensions: 25’ by 64’ and the lower south facing exterior wall, with approximate dimensions: 10’ by 10’."

 

https://shortnorth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Graduate-Hotels-Call-for-Artists.pdf

This is awesome 

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^ Agreed. This building is phenomenal. I really like how the upper portion is not overly imposing and actually seems to blend in with the sky. They really did a great job of making it mesh with the neighborhood from the street level. 

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Rundown of the tenants moving into the 711 N. High Building:

 

 

 

 

  • 711 N. High will also have two Cameron Mitchell Restaurants:  Del Mar SoCal Kitchen on the ground floor and the Lincoln Social bar/restaurant on the rooftop, which features a retractable glass ceiling

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A little more about the two Cameron Mitchell Restaurants at 711 N. High Street - Del Mar SoCal Kitchen at the ground floor and the Lincoln Social bar/restaurant at the rooftop.

 

First, the ground floor restaurant - Del Mar SoCal Kitchen:

 

https://www.thisweeknews.com/business/20190403/cameron-mitchell-to-open-two-new-restaurants-in-short-north-this-month

https://www.columbusunderground.com/del-mar-socal-kitchen-ls1

https://www.columbusnavigator.com/del-mar-kitchen-columbus/

 

The Del Mar restaurant takes up the entire retail frontage at 711 N. High Street:

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Note how the windows reflect the Short North version of the American Gothic painting across the street:

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The windows can also retract so that part of the restaurant can open to the sidewalk along High Street:

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So that pedestrians can get a glimpse of Del Mar's beautiful interior!

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And now to the top of 711 N. High Street, where the Cameron Mitchell rooftop bar/restaurant - Lincoln Social - is located:

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https://www.thisweeknews.com/business/20190403/cameron-mitchell-to-open-two-new-restaurants-in-short-north-this-month

https://www.columbusunderground.com/first-look-lincoln-social-rooftop-ls1

 

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I don't have any overhead photos showing the retractable glass roofs of the rooftop bar - so this rendering will have to do:

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Lincoln Social rooftop bar/restaurant interiors:

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And an open-air rooftop view of Downtown and the Short North from Lincoln Social:

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See the views from the 711 N. High building in the Short North

 

It's a view four years in the making.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/05/10/slideshow-see-inside-the-711-n-high-building-in.html

 

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The new rooftop has been quite the hit lately.  I'm pumped that this is the first of several more to come in the very near future!!  Adds a great perspective and vibe!!

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City Adjusts Short North Parking Rules, Starts Planning for Other Neighborhoods

 

Some of the new parking rules for the Short North that the City of Columbus rolled out in January will be changing this summer, including a price cut for resident guest passes and a reduction in how much it costs to park along side streets during the day.

 

When the city’s Assistant Director for Parking Services, Robert Ferrin, spoke to Columbus Underground last year about the new rules, he said that the overall goal was for 60 to 80 percent of on-street spots to be occupied at any one time. The new adjustments are designed to help achieve this, and to respond to feedback gathered from residents, businesses and neighborhood groups.

 

The first round of changes, which will go into effect on June 24, as outlined on the city’s website:

  • Lower the 24-Hour Resident Guest Pass rate from $6 to $3
  • Adjust the rate change timeframe from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (at both meters and mobile pay zones) 
  • Lower mobile pay only (side street) parking rates from $2/hour to $1/hour between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in permit zones SNA, SNB and SNE
  • Reduce Goodale Street meter rates to $1/hour and remove time limit restriction
  • In partnership with the Short North Alliance, enhance the already successful off-street retail validation program with a new on-street validation program through the Park Columbus app

More below:

https://www.columbusunderground.com/city-adjusts-short-north-parking-rules-starts-planning-for-other-neighborhoods-bw1

 

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