Category Archives: Crawford Hoying Development

July 15, 2015

Bridge Park Update

BRIDGE PARK DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT READ AT DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL

Details of financing deal between Dublin and Crawford Hoying read at special session

DUBLIN, Ohio, July 15, 2015—Dublin City Council and Crawford Hoying released the details of the Bridge Park development agreement at a special session of the Council on Monday evening. The agreement is now under review and is slated to be voted upon in August.

As part of the presentation, Crawford Hoying premiered a new aerial footage / 3D animation video to overview the mixed-use Bridge Park site, as well as give viewers a sneak peek into what life on the ground will be like in Bridge Park’s first phase, the completion of which is currently anticipated for early 2017.

Learn more in a recent release by Columbus Business First HERE.

June 12, 2015

Plans for Phase One of Bridge Park Approved

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CRAWFORD HOYING’S BRIDGE PARK DEVELOPMENT PLAN
UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED BY DUBLIN PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

Construction of Phase One to begin this summer

DUBLIN, Ohio, June 12, 2015—Dublin, Ohio-based developer Crawford Hoying received unanimous approval from the City of Dublin’s Planning and Zoning Commission on the final site and development plans for Phase I of the $350 million Bridge Park development during a special meeting held on Thursday, June 11. Brent Crawford, principal of Crawford Hoying, made the announcement.

The Planning and Zoning Commission’s approval of Phase I of Bridge Park signifies a significant step toward bringing Dublin’s vision for its 1,100-acre Bridge Street District to life and establishing the city as an entertainment, dining and retail destination complete with civic spaces, riverside park amenities and appealing housing options.

“This is a great day and a historical milestone for the City of Dublin and its residents,” said Crawford. “Bridge Park is a key component and direct result of the city’s broader vision for the Bridge Street District. We are confident that this development will set the standard for future projects taking place within the district, helping to create more jobs and spur continued economic growth.”

A short walk from downtown Dublin and immediately adjacent to the Scioto River, Phase I of the 30-acre Bridge Park 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 of Phase I will begin this summer. Crawford Hoying is expected to deliver its first commercial spaces to tenants in summer of 2016 with all of Phase I slated for completion by spring 2017.
Phase II of the project is slated to break ground this fall. Upon completion, the entire Bridge Park project will include more than 1.1 million square feet of residential space, 220,000 square feet of Class A Office, 120,000 square feet of service retail and 92,000 square feet of restaurants.

For more information on Crawford Hoying and Bridge Park West, please visit www.crawfordhoying.com.

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Learn more in a recent release by Columbus Business First HERE.

May 21, 2015

Crawford Hoying Brings Additional Development to Clintonville

This week, we were pleased to announce our plans to bring a new neighborhood project in Clintonville. Our latest neighborhood project, located at 4560 North High Street, will include eight market-rate apartments and a 4,000 SF ground floor restaurant complete with outdoor dining along High Street. Bareburger will occupy the entire ground floor, offering organic burgers and a casual neighborhood vibe.

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 Columbus Underground on 5/21/15 by clicking here.

Bareburger Clintonville

April 20, 2015

Bridge Park West receives key clearance

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CRAWFORD HOYING’S BRIDGE PARK WEST SITE PLAN UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED BY DUBLIN’S ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD

Development to include 40 condominiums; 30,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and office space

DUBLIN, Ohio, April 20, 2015—Dublin, Ohio-based developer Crawford Hoying received unanimous approval from the City of Dublin’s Architectural Review Board on its site plans for the $40 million mixed-use Bridge Park West development. Brent Crawford, principal of Crawford Hoying, made the announcement.

Dublin Architectural Review Board’s approval of the site plan signifies the final approval needed to begin work on the Bridge Park West development, which will include two stories of restaurant, retail and office space totaling 30,000 square feet, as well as 40 condominium units throughout an additional seven stories.

“Crawford Hoying is thrilled to have received this key approval and support for Bridge Park West,” said Crawford. “This project is already generating tremendous interest from potential tenants and will continue to aid Dublin in its vision to become a regional destination with a variety of retail and dining options. We look forward to seeing this project come to life and witness the positive impact it will have on Dublin and Central Ohio as a whole.”

Located across from the Scioto River on North High Street, Bridge Park West is the latest project to kick off in a series of commercial developments slated for Dublin. Additional projects taking place in the area include development of a new Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Dublin Branch, as well as a public plaza at the future entrance of the Bridge Street District’s new pedestrian bridge.

Initial site work to clear the land is currently underway, and demolition of the site’s existing infrastructure is expected to be complete by mid-May. Construction is expected to begin upon receipt of the necessary building permits from the City of Dublin.

For more information on Crawford Hoying and Bridge Park West, please visit www.crawfordhoying.com.

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Learn more in a recent release by Columbus Business First HERE.

January 21, 2015

Bridge Park earns approvals from Dublin City Council

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.

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October 24, 2014

Crawford Hoying acquires building in Downtown Dayton

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.

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September 30, 2014

Crawford Hoying and Indus Bringing New Hotel to Dublin

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.

August 13, 2014

The Heights featured on Columbus Underground

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.

May 22, 2014

Heights at Worthington Place Now Pre-Leasing

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:

 

The Heights at Worthington Place - rooftop patio

View from the rooftop patio in the 125 Building

The Heights at Worthington Place - view from an apartment in building 2

View from inside an apartment in the 125 Building