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Old July 8th, 2010, 07:17 PM   #281
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For once again very nice updates Chad
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Old July 13th, 2010, 07:51 AM   #282
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For once again very nice updates Chad
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Random Olde Town East

Starting off on Hamilton Avenue

Below is a new Condo development









Shiloh Baptist Church on Mt Vernon Avenue





But, like most inner city neighborhoods, there are some parts that aren't so nice.





Back to Hamilton Avenue






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Old July 15th, 2010, 09:31 AM   #283
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cool photo update.
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Old July 21st, 2010, 12:26 AM   #284
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cool photo update.
Thanks!!!!

Easton Town Center, Columbus, Ohio. Part One

WELCOME TO SUBURBIA!

http://eastontowncenter.com/

Starting off at Easton Way. BTW, there are no people because it was 8:30 a.m. and most of the stores didn't open till atleast 9:00 a.m.



















Barnes and Noble Book Store across the street.









Cheesecake Factory (left) and Barnes and Noble (right)

















Looking up Easton Square Place.







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Easton Town Center, Columbus, Ohio. Part Two



















































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Old July 24th, 2010, 08:38 PM   #286
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Easton Town Center, Columbus, Ohio. Part Three


















































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Old July 25th, 2010, 11:25 AM   #287
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Really very nice updates once again Chad
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Old August 3rd, 2010, 03:24 AM   #288
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Downtown. Part One

Historic Columbus Schools.

Ft. Hayes High School, Cleveland Avenue


The land for Fort Hayes was purchased from Robert Neil on February 17, 1863, when Columbus was still in its infancy. Neil was a member of the same Neil family from whom the land to build Ohio State was later purchased. The military base here was called The Columbus Barracks from 1905 through December of 1922, when it was named after Ohio governor and later president Rutherford B. Hayes.





old school lamp post!



Ohio National Gaurd building and beyond that Cleveland Avenue



Shot Tower





Company C and Company A buildings. I have no clue as to their current use. But I can remember as a kid, both building were empty and in horrific shape.



Arts Impact Middle School.



Downtown in the distance.



Shot Tower.







Company A building and HQ and Mess Hall building.



Shot Tower again.



Company A building and HQ and Mess Hall building



At this point, I think you can figure out the names of the pervious buildings.











HQ and Mess Hall building.

More to come later.......

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Old August 3rd, 2010, 07:52 AM   #289
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Downtown. Part Two

Historic Columbus Schools.

Ft. Hayes High School, Cleveland Avenue


To see what some of these buildings looked like before they were renovated, please vist

http://www.forgottenoh.com/FortHayes/forthayes.html





Estimates and Subsistence Department



Unknown building. The one beside it on the right is the Drill Hall .



Drill Hall.



Yet another unknown building beside the Drill Hall.







Looking across the lawn to the HG and Mess Hall building.







Rear of "The Shot Tower".



Again, I'm not sure what this building original use was, nor do I know what it's current use is in regards to the school.



Company C building



The Psy-Ops Building



Officers Quarters.







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Old August 5th, 2010, 01:36 AM   #290
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Easton town center looks like a nice place to chill. part of it reminds me of Rodeo Drive
in Beverly Hills.
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Old August 8th, 2010, 04:43 AM   #291
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Easton town center looks like a nice place to chill. part of it reminds me of Rodeo Drive
in Beverly Hills.
Yeah, it's one of the better malls in town.

Downtown Columbus. August 7th, 2010. Part One.

Sorry about the quality. My camera blows and it was overcast when I went for my walk.

Looking at the former site of City Center Mall and the future site of Columbus Commons Metro Park. At some point in the futute it will be surround by new buildings.









Below, the Annex and Rich @ Front Street. From is being turned into a two street from Broad to I-70/I-71.









Below, the New Courthouse. I think it's ugly as sin, but that's just my personal opinion.



Courthouse and Great Southern Hotel (Now a Westin).



Main Street below. Basically, they're redoing the whole area. It's good to see investment downtown







Next stop, the new Main Street Bridge.

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Old August 8th, 2010, 05:10 AM   #292
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Downtown Columbus. August 7th, 2010. Part Two.

New Main Street Bridge







Below, Bridge under construction





Below, Bicentennial Park under construction

























Below, East Rich Street



Below, Civic Center Drive



Walking up Town





Old bank building on High And Town





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Old August 8th, 2010, 05:27 AM   #293
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Good photos of the Drill and Mess Halls.
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Old August 11th, 2010, 01:06 AM   #294
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I like those old beautiful buildings.
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Old August 27th, 2010, 05:59 AM   #295
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Downtown photos... cool, thanks Chad
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City of Grandview Height, Grandview Yard. October 19th, 2010. Part One.

For nearly six decades, the City of Grandview Heights, Ohio, was home to the nation’s largest refrigerated warehouse – representing hundreds of jobs and critical tax revenue for the City of Grandview Heights and the State of Ohio. In 2004, bankruptcy resulted in one million square feet of vacant warehouse space. As a result, the largely abandoned 90-acre site began to deteriorate and created a challenging Brownfield condition.

But still, the area between Third Avenue and Goodale Boulevard in Grandview Heights, only minutes away from The Ohio State University, represented a tremendous opportunity in the community.

Nationwide Realty Investors is proud to be able to revitalize this valuable area. When complete, Grandview Yard will include 1.5 – 2 million square feet of commercial space with supporting parking garages, public streets, and pedestrian amenities. It will also include more than 600 residential units, conveniently located close to amenities such as coffee shops, restaurants, retail stores and useable green space.

The master plan for Grandview Yard calls for a total investment of over $500M.

http://www.grandviewyard.com/ThePlan/History.aspx








walking up Gooddale Avenue











Urban Active as seen from the parking garage.





















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City of Grandview Height. October 19th, 2010. Part Two.

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