Today we are pleased to announce that our plans for the $350 million Bridge Park development received a key approval and support from the City of Dublin during a Special City Council meeting held on Tuesday, Jan. 20.
A short walk from downtown Dublin and immediately adjacent to the Scioto River, Phase One of the 30-acre mixed-use development includes 260,000 square feet of restaurant, office, retail and personal services, two 850-space parking garages, as well as 372 luxury apartment units. Construction is slated to begin in spring 2015, and we expect to deliver the first commercial spaces to tenants in early 2016 with all of Phase One slated for completion by summer 2016.
On Thursday, official word was released that Crawford Hoying has purchased the former Delco building in Downtown Dayton. The historic structure stands immediately next to Fifth Third Field, home of the Dayton Dragons minor league baseball franchise. It also stands across the street from our Water Street District project, already under construction.
Initial concepts are to convert the majority of the space to residential with some commercial uses on the first floor, mainly restaurant.
Read more about the acquisition as covered by Dayton Business Journal on 10/23/14 by clicking here.
We at Crawford Hoying are pleased to be partnering once again with Indus Hotels, this time to bring a new hotel to Upper Metro Place in Dublin. As reported in Columbus Business First today, the new 125-room limited service hotel is planned for the space where Salvi’s Bistro and Stoney River restaurants once operated.
This is the latest in a number of Dublin development projects planned by Crawford Hoying.
Click here to read the full story at Columbus Business First.
As the first building of apartment homes at The Heights at Worthington Place continues to progress towards welcoming its first residents in September, Columbus new media outlet Columbus Underground caught up with us to take a hard hat tour of the site.
CU’s Brent Warren provided readers photos and a write-up through the site.
See Columbus Underground’s piece on The Heights here.
You may have noticed the buildings for The Heights at Worthington Place beginning to peek over the horizon near I-270 and US-23. After months of construction, The Heights has begun to spring to life.
We are pleased to announce that pre-leasing has begin for The Heights, and a staffed leasing kiosk is open in The Shops at Worthington Place. Stop by today to ask about our apartment homes and office space.
Learn more about leasing an apartment by visiting http://www.liveworthingtonplace.com.
The first apartments in the 125 Building (facing Old Wilson Bridge Rd) are slated for a fall 2014 opening, and the 160 Building (facing W Wilson Bridge Rd) will be following shortly thereafter. That building will open date in early 2015.
In the meantime, take a look at some of the views you can expect from an apartment home at The Heights:
View from the rooftop patio in the 125 Building
View from inside an apartment in the 125 Building
Work has begun accelerating on the first piece of the Water Street District project in Dayton. As we draw closer to beginning construction on the residential component of the project, we are excited to release these three new renderings of the Water Street District apartment buildings for the first time:
During the City of Dublin’s recent State of the City, Dublin shared a video explaining why you should be excited about the Bridge Street District. As we proceed with plans for our Bridge Park project, this video definitely has us excited. Are you ready?
SOTCBridgeStreetGerberFinal-2014 HQ from Dublin, Ohio, USA on Vimeo.
On Friday, Columbus Business First’s Brian Ball reported on our plans for 42 luxury condominiums on the west side of the Scioto River in Dublin, directly across from the planned Bridge Park site.
The condominiums will be part of a mixed use site on the west side of the river complimenting Bridge Park to the east. The site will also include 20,000 SF of retail space, and 20,000 SF of office space.
Read more about the proposal here: Columbus Business First
Bridge Park West landing, looking east
We’re really excited about the mixed use projects Crawford Hoying Development is committed to building here in Ohio, but mixed use development is a trend that we’re seeing all over the country. Research by CoStar, a Washington, D.C.-based research firm, suggests mixed-use development is back in a big way.
Take a look at some of the largest mixed-use projects currently in the works around the country, from the folks at National Real Estate Investor:
We are pleased to announce PNC Bank as the lead tenant in the mixed-use office building in the first phase of our Dayton Water Street District project.
PNC will be locating its downtown Dayton headquarters to the top two floors of the new four story building to be located at the corner of Patterson and East Monument.
The first phase of Crawford Hoying Development’s Water Street District project includes the office building, as well as street level commercial/retail space, apartments, townhomes, and a parking deck. Groundbreaking is expected within the next month, and we hope to have the building open by the end of 2014.
Read the official release from the City of Dayton here.
Water Street District as seen from the Patterson Bridge