"The entrepreneurial idea thatcarries on and brings profitis precisely that idea which did not occur to the majority."
Redevelopment of a 65-acre big-box retail center located on the southwest corner of I-270 and Sawmill Road. One of the most prized locations on the Central Ohio outer-belt, the revitalized Dublin Village Center will contain over a 1,000,000 square feet of mix-use development including retail, entertainment, office, medical, hotel and residential. The development is the eastern anchor of the City’s Bridge Street District.
A 240-acre, institutional grade distribution park located in Obetz, Ohio, CenterPoint is considered one of the premier distribution parks in the enormous Rickerbacker submarket. Upon completion this development will contain 4,000,000 square feet.
A 200-acre development along the Hyland-Croy Corridor in Dublin, Ohio, Tartan Ridge features 270-home sites along with Dublin’s newest elementary school and a planned 60,000 square feet commercial town center. Tartan Ridge was the site of the 2009 Parade of Homes.
A 65,000-square-foot “build to suit” development created for software company, Tally Systems Corp. (purchased by Novell Inc.). Located in the Centerra Resource Park on the Dartmouth College campus. A portion of the building was leased to the renowned Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
A 28-acre development featuring 42-home sites located in the Hyland-Croy Corridor within the upscale community of Dublin, Ohio.
This 100-acre, mixed-use development is located in the fastest growing county in the State of Ohio, Delaware County. Upon completion, Glenn Road will contain 150-residential units and over 500,000 square feet of commercial space.
This 22-acre, commercial development in the Bridge Street District contains 200,000 square feet of retail-service, office and senior housing.
Renovation of what was a failing 100,000-square-foot office building located in the central business district of Columbus, Ohio. This development was fully leased to various government agencies and, upon stabilization, was sold to Nationwide Insurance.