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THE WEEKLY REVIEW | February 2, 2024


Keeping up with CRE trends is as easy as 1-2-3 with our weekly piece! The Weekly Review is a new blog series that will be released every Friday. The market is constantly growing and adapting to new ventures and ideas, and our goal is to provide up-to-date information into what is happening in both the Columbus and U.S. markets, as well as the commercial real estate industry as a whole. As stories evolve, the Weekly Review will continue to follow along and update our clients and community.


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“SOW Plated, an Upper Arlington restaurant that bills its menu as "good-for-you food," shared plans Monday morning for two new carryout and delivery locations in Franklinton and the Short North. SOW To Go will be part of two Kaufman Development projects that incorporate a focus on physical and mental health into their selection of commercial tenants and programming for residents. Gravity in Franklinton opened its second phase last year. Construction is expected to finish up this summer at Greenhouse in the Short North.”


"’We know demand is there for well-sourced, healthy food that tastes good. And we know people want it in a way that fits their lifestyle,’ Sunny Fahlgren said in a news release. ‘We’re excited to deliver both to even more people with SŌW To Go.’”


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“A Columbus firm known for its adaptive reuse projects is planning a large mixed-use development in Marysville. The $81.4 million project from Connect Real Estate's Brad DeHays will redevelop about 17 acres just outside of Uptown Marysville. On the site are the recently vacated Marysville Water Treatment Plant, a scrap yard and grain silos. The site straddles the creek just north of the city's core.”


“DeHays plans to build about 250 apartments, restore the old Marysville Water Treatment Plant into office and hospitality space and bring a new restaurant and bar/arcade concept with duck pin bowling to the area. The project will also repurpose the Heritage Grain Silos and add to the existing multi-purpose trail in Marysville.”


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“A project that would transform the Whittier Peninsula is expected to start construction by the end of the year. North Carolina-based Zimmer Development Co. plans to build three seven-story buildings at 142 W.  Whittier St., near Scioto Audubon Metro Park.”


“The final version of the project is smaller than the developer's original vision. In 2019, Zimmer pitched a mixed-use development with a hotel alongside office, retail and residential space. About 10 buildings were proposed at that time, including a handful of towers in the seven- to 12-story range. The first phase of construction will include one of the apartment buildings and a multimodal trail, which will be connected to downtown Columbus following along the railroad tracks.”





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