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Nationwide plans big additions at Ohio's Grandview Yard

Nationwide plans big additions at Ohio's Grandview Yard,ph01

Nationwide Realty Investors announced multiple new projects at Grandview Yard, the mixed-use development that has changed the landscape of what was once a blighted industrial district in the heart of Grandview Heights, Ohio, in the Columbus market.

On the north side of Goodale Boulevard, just west of Bobcat Avenue, a two-story, 34,000-square-foot office building has broken ground at 950 Goodale Blvd. Carlile Patchen & Murphy, LLC, the Columbus-based law firm established in 1967, will occupy about 17,000 square feet on the second floor. Grandview Yard’s newest office building will feature a glass atrium entrance, near floor-to-ceiling windows and rowlock brick detail along the parapet, with landscaping and a limestone retaining wall wrapping adjacent parking. Construction is now underway with anticipated completion in spring of 2020.

In addition, a new townhome product will join the mix of residential offerings at Grandview Yard. Three independent, side-by-side buildings, called “The Junction,” will be comprised of 20 two-story townhome residences with walk-ups along Bobcat Avenue. The buildings will feature a refined brick façade, elevated balconies, private garages and market-leading interior finishes. Townhome residents will have access to The Yard Club, Grandview Yard’s residential amenity building and club house featuring a resort-style swimming pool and spa, fitness center and community room.

In addition to the newly announced projects at Grandview Yard, development is now complete on the Dorchester East and West apartment buildings, and residents are moving in. Construction is also underway on the first phase of single-family homes by M/I Homes and the second phase of single-family attached homes by Wagenbrenner Development along the northern edge of the project.