Atlas of Columbus Landmarks and Urban Ideas Forum

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ATLAS OF COLUMBUS LANDMARKS AND URBAN IDEAS FORUM SPRING 2021


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PART 1: ATLAS OF COLUMBUS LANDMARKS

PART 2: URBAN IDEAS FORUM

BACKGROUND

BACKGROUND

In its 44 year history, Columbus Landmarks has produced numerous studies and reports that have highlighted critical buildings, sites, and neighborhoods which are worthy of extra efforts toward preservation. As part of an advocacy initiative over the last few years, we’ve inventoried all of these reports into one cohesive geographic database, what we’re calling the ‘Atlas of Columbus Landmarks’. We’ve compiled the highlights of these reports into this summary document, and we’ve also created an online interactive web map. Additionally, we’ve included various historic resources such as sites on the National Register of Historic Places or sites listed on the Columbus Register of Historic properties.

In thinking about the future of historic preservation, Columbus Landmarks has created an initiative called the Urban Ideas Forum. This is meant to generate input from our members and the public about the types of sites that should be included in our advocacy efforts and might be future sites to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We believe that hearing from many perspectives will inform us in creating a more prosperous future for Central Ohio through preservation.

We believe this Atlas provides a holistic view of the historic resources of Central Ohio and will be an incredible tool for our members and for allied professionals. The ‘Atlas’ will be a living document and we anticipate adding more information over time.

Moving forward, we will continue to add sites to our Atlas that are generated through the Urban Ideas Forum. These sites may become places that we advocate for through our Most Endangered Sites lists and other initiatives, or they may be included in future educational and event programming. Overall, the goal is to have the entire community shape the conversation around historic preservation and quality new design.

CONTENTS

CONTENTS

2014-2020 Most Endangered Sites Summary............................................................................................... 10 Recchie Award Winners.......................................................................................................................................12 African American Settlements report............................................................................................................... 14 2011 Mid-Century Modern Report................................................................................................................... 16 1994 Lost Treasures Found Report................................................................................................................... 18 1980 Inventory And Analysis Of The Central Business District..................................................................20 1988 Goals For A Better Built Environment In Columbus Report..............................................................21 Lost Landmarks..................................................................................................................................................... 22 All Documented Sites.......................................................................................................................................... 24

Idea 1....................................................................................................................................................................... 28 Idea 2......................................................................................................................................................................30 Idea 3...................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Idea 4...................................................................................................................................................................... 34 Idea 5...................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Idea 6...................................................................................................................................................................... 38 Idea 7......................................................................................................................................................................40 Idea 8...................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Idea 9......................................................................................................................................................................44 Idea 10....................................................................................................................................................................46

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS COLUMBUS LANDMARKS OFFICERS

COLUMBUS LANDMARKS BOARD MEMBERS

COLUMBUS LANDMARKS STAFF

ADVOCACY COMMITTEE

PROJECT TEAM

Matthew Leasure, President Designing Local

Myia Batie Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing

Becky West Executive Director

Jim Sweeney, Advocacy Committee Chair Sweeney Creative Communities

Ryan Aiello, Past President & Nominating Chair Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP

Michael Barbee Connect Real Estate

Patty Ruth Associate Director

Rita Fuller-Yates Columbus Black History

Becky West Project Research and Outreach Executive Director, Columbus Landmarks

Ann Hancock Gradisek, Secretary Washington Prime Group

Toni Bell Civil Rights Heritage Tour of the South

Susan Keeny Home Preservation Program Director

David Gentilini Capital University Schumacher Gallery

Erin Durbin, Treasurer & Finance Hexion, Inc.

Randy Black Historic Preservation Consultant

Nicole DeVere Special Projects

Susan Keeny Home Preservation Program Director

Jim Sweeney, Advocacy Sweeney Creative Communities

Alison Circle Columbus Metropolitan Library

Ed Lentz Director Emeritus

Matthew Leasure, President Designing Local

Peter Krajnak, AIA, Development Rogers Krajnak Architects, Inc.

Rita Fuller-Yates Columbus Black History

Doreen Uhas Sauer Education Outreach Coordinator

Becky West Executive Director

Michael Hancock, Marketing Alliance Data Systems

David Gentilini Capital University Schumacher Gallery

Cole Moffatt Steelton Glass Co.

Jaclyn Reith, Marketing WOSU Public Media

Benjamin Gradisek Washington Prime Group

Ashley Buckmaster Nationwide Financial

Jason Hottle, Membership Modern Columbus Realty

Clyde Henry Architect; Denmark on High

Jessica Schueren, Preservation Services Kaufman Development

Stephen Metz SMBH Structural Engineering

DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Peter Krajnak, AIA, Development Rogers Krajnak Architects, Inc.

Susan Keeny Project Research and Outreach Home Preservation Program Director, Columbus Landmarks Patty Ruth Project Research and Outreach Associate Director, Columbus Landmarks Matthew Leasure Project Research, Graphics, and Layout Principal, Designing Local President, Columbus Landmarks Beth Konstantinidis Project Research Administrative Consultant, Designing Local Amanda Golden Contributor Managing Principal, Designing Local Josh Lapp Contributor Principal, Designing Local

Joseph McCabe Metropolitan Holdings Historic Resources Commission

Ryan Aiello, Past President & Nominating Chair Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP

AJ Mulcahy Architectural Alliance

Alison Circle Columbus Metropolitan Library

Jim Sweeney Project Research Principal, Sweeney Creative Communities Advocacy Chair, Columbus Landmarks

Charles Rowan Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources

Cynthia Hunt CLH and Associates, LLC

Richard Burry Project Research & Photography

Laura Schneider By Design

Matthew Leasure, President Designing Local Becky West Executive Director

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INVENTORY AND EVALUATION OF HISTORIC BUILDINGS IN THE COLUMBUS, OHIO CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (1980)

MID-CENTURY MODERN: COLUMBUS, OHIO (2011)

AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENTS AND COMMUNITIES IN COLUMBUS, OHIO REPORT (2014)

Jennifer L. Gariety, Author Christopher R. Schraff Nancy Recchie Robert D. Loversidge, Jr. Edward Lentz Henry L. Hunker Judith L. Kitchen Paul Young

Pastor Alvin Ballinger Michael Boyd Sherry Boyd Deacon Ron Carter Elouise Copeland Josephine Copeland George Holliman Kathy Mast Kane Shirley Mixon

GOALS FOR A BETTER BUILT ENVIRONMENT IN COLUMBUS (1988) Nancy Recchie, Chairperson Barbara Covert, Editor Henry L. Hunker Gretchen Klimoski Edward Lentz Robert Livesy

Erin Oldfather Nancy Parsons Barbara Powers Doreen Uhas Sauer Carrie Simmons Kyle Smith Susan Tietz Mildred Welch

Dr. Toni Smith, Project Manager Ed Lentz, Executive Director Dr. Hasan Jeffries, Contributor Sam Gresham, Contributor Barbara Powers, Contributor Reita Smith, Contributor Terry Anderson, Steering Committee Conrade Hinds, Steering Committee Kathy Mast Kane, Steering Committee Ed Lentz, Steering Committee Ray Miller, Steering Committee Cathy Nelson, Steering Committee Betty Stull, Steering Committee Joann Alexander Irene Berry Julie Blackston Peggy Broadmax

Robert D. Loversidge, Jr.

Julia Braxton

Judith Williams

Beverly Carroll Lloyd Clark Becky Ellis Nettie Ferguson

LOST TREASURES FOUND, A SURVEY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN RESOURCES OF THE NEAR EAST SIDE OF COLUMBUS, OHIO (1994)

Cheryl Garrett Frederic Garett Lauren Herron Linda Hopkins

Kathy Mast Kane, Author

Calvin Jennings

Cathy Nelson, Author

Annette Jefferson Carolyn Johnson Emma Jones Ralph Lucas Ruth Manigoe Bea Murphy Aaron O’Donavan

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Lois Neff Andrew Neutzling Earl Ports

SPECIAL THANKS Mapping Resources

Kathy Prillerman Kenneth Redman Reita Smith Toni Smith Lenore Thomas Julialynne Walker Doreen Uhas Sauer Donna Van Meter Rahauna Wilburn Orlando Wilburn Marsha Wood Russ Pollack and the staff of the Columbus Metropolitan Library and the Franklin County Genealogical Society

Historic Images and Research


MISSION, VISION, AND VALUES

THE TRANSFORMATION OF COLUMBUS LANDMARKS: 2005

2015

EDUCATION EDUCATION

2021

COMMUNITY

IMPACT

ADVOCACY

COMMUNITY

EDUCATION

ADVOCACY

COMMUNITY

OUR MISSION

We preserve Columbus landmarks and neighborhoods through advocacy, education, and investment, and we promote design that inspires and endures. COLUMBUS LANDMARKS | 2021 STRATEGIC PLAN

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OUR VISION

Columbus is a thriving, creative city that values and protects its architectural and cultural legacy and is committed to equity, sustainable growth, and design excellence.

EQUITY

IMPACT

OUR VALUES

ADVOCACY

Knowledge

We are lifelong learners with a responsibility to be an authoritative resource for improving the future of Columbus through preservation and design advocacy.

EDUCATION

SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

Service

We are committed to equity and environmental sustainability, and we are dedicated to enriching the lives of all Columbus residents through a broad understanding of and respect for our landmarks and neighborhoods.

Trust We are a reliable and valuable partner whose reputation is built on honesty, trustworthiness, and integrity in all we do. -7-

COMMUNITY

DESIGN EXCELLENCE



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ADVOCACY & RESEARCH SUMMARY

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2014-2020 MOST ENDANGERED SITES SUMMARY DOWNTOWN AREA

BREWERY DISTRICT AREA

SEE DOWNTOWN INSET

PARSONS AVENUE AREA

SEE BREWERY DISTRICT INSET

LEGEND LOST SITE LISTED ON MOST ENDANGERED LIST

SEE PARSONS AVENUE INSET

CURRENTLY ENDANGERED SITE LISTED ON MOST ENDANGERED LIST PARTIALLY SAVED SITE LISTED ON MOST ENDANGERED LIST SAVED SITE LISTED ON MOST ENDANGERED LIST DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS

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3,500’

7,000’

14,000’

NORTH’


STATUS:

ENDANGERED

124 SOUTH WASHINGTON

STATUS:

10 11

SAVED

DAM TENDER’S HOUSE

12

21

23

ENDANGERED

HOLY ROSARY CHURCH CAMPUS

24

32 33

SAVED

34

SAVED

35

MT. VERNON AVENUE COMMERCIAL BUILDING

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36

45 46

SAVED

SALZGABER HOUSE

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

44

47

55

SAVED

WHITE HAINES & MADISON BUILDING

56

SINCE INITIATING OUR MOST ENDANGERED SITES LIST IN 2014,

OUR RESULTS SO FAR:

16 SAVED 5 PARTIALLY SAVED 6 LOST 29 ENDANGERED (BUT STILL STANDING!)

LOST

SECOND EMPIRE HOUSE

54

ENDANGERED

WEST SIDE SPIRITUALIST CHURCH STATUS:

SAVED

SALESIAN BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB STATUS:

43

53

LOST

VETERANS MEMORIAL

STATUS:

PARTIALLY SAVED

POINDEXTER VILLAGE

STATUS:

42

52

LOST

TROTT AND BEAN ARCHITECTS BUILDING STATUS:

PARTIALLY SAVED

PAVEY BLOCK

STATUS:

41

51

ENDANGERED

THE MAIN BAR

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

PARSONS ENGINE HOUSE #14

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

MARBLE CLIFF GATEWAY MANSION STATUS:

31

40

50

ENDANGERED

THE BROADWIN

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

ORIGINAL PORT COLUMBUS TERMINAL STATUS:

PARTIALLY SAVED

MAENNERCHOR

STATUS:

30

39

49

ENDANGERED

ST. TERESE’S CATHOLIC RETREAT CENTER STATUS:

ENDANGERED

OHIO NATIONAL BANK

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

MACON HOTEL

STATUS:

22

ENDANGERED

LIVINGSTON AVENUE THEATER STATUS:

ENDANGERED

HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL / JUBILEE MUSEUM STATUS:

20

29

38

ENDANGERED

SOUTH SIDE LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER STATUS:

PARTIALLY SAVED

OHIO BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS STATUS:

LINDEN CLEVE MOVIE THEATER STATUS:

ENDANGERED

HISTORIC SHEEP FARMHOUSE

STATUS:

19

28

37

SAVED

O’SHAUGHNESSY FUNERAL HOME STATUS:

SAVED

LAZARUS/MACY’S KINGSDALE

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

HAYDEN MAUSOLEUM

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

COOPER STADIUM

STATUS:

9

18

27

STATUS:

LOST

NORTH FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STATUS:

ENDANGERED

KROGER BAKERY

STATUS:

SAVED

HALLWOOD HOUSE

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

COLUMBUS RAILWAY POWER AND LIGHT STATUS:

8

17

26

ENDANGERED

KING & HIGH BLOCK

STATUS:

SAVED

GUNNING / GLENBROWN HOUSE STATUS:

SAVED

COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT STATUS:

7

16

25

ENDANGERED

NAGY’S SHOE SHOP

STATUS:

KESSLER’S CORNER GROCERY

STATUS:

SAVED

GREATER COLUMBUS ANTIQUE MALL STATUS:

LOST

COLUMBUS CASTINGS

STATUS:

6

15

STATUS:

SAVED

INDIANOLA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STATUS:

PARTIALLY SAVED

GRANT OAK APARTMENTS

STATUS:

SAVED

CLINTON CHAPEL

STATUS:

5

14

ENDANGERED

HOLY ROSARY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL STATUS:

SAVED

FRANKLIN PARK TROLLEY BARN STATUS:

LOST

CLINTON AVENUE SCHOOL ANNEX STATUS:

4

13

ENDANGERED

FRANKLIN PARK MEDICAL CENTER STATUS:

ENDANGERED

CHURCH OF CHRIST OF APOSTOLIC FAITH STATUS:

3

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

ELAM DRAKE FARM

STATUS:

ENDANGERED

C&O ROUNDHOUSE

STATUS:

2

ENDANGERED

EAST PILGRIM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STATUS:

ENDANGERED

BELLOWS SCHOOL

STATUS:

1

SAVED

BECK SCHOOL

STATUS:

STATUS:

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RECCHIE AWARD WINNERS ST. TURIBIUS CHAPEL, PONTIFICAL COLLEGE JOSEPHINIUM

DOWNTOWN AREA SHORT NORTH COMMERCIAL AREA RENOVATION

SMITH BROTHER’S HARDWARE BUILDING THE I-670 CAP

GREATER COLUMBUS CONVENTION CENTER

TROTT & ASSOCIATES, INC. BUILDING CENTRAL OHIO FIRE MUSEUM

ARENA DISTRICT

NORTH BANK PARK & PAVILION

COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART

OHIO STATE HOUSE RESTORATION

SON OF HEAVEN EXHIBIT (CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL)

CML MAIN LIBRARY RENOVATION & EXPANSION, 1991 & 2018

OLD POST OFFICE, BRICKER & ECKLER OHIO JUDICIAL CENTER

GALBREATH PAVILION, OHIO THEATRE

THOMPSON LIBRARY

CML NORTHSIDE LIBRARY BRANCH COMMUNITY PROPERTIES OF OHIO

TOPIARY GARDEN IN DEAF SCHOOL PARK

NEW VILLAGE HOMES

LEGEND

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS

SCIOTO MILE & BRIDGES

RECCHIE AWARD WINNER THAT IS NOT ENDANGERED RECCHIE AWARD WINNER THAT HAS BEEN LOST

LINCOLN THEATRE

SEE DOWNTOWN INSET

FRANKLIN PARK CONSERVATORY COMMUNITY GARDENS ST. MARY’S CHURCH INTERIOR RESTORATION

NATIONWIDE CHILDRENS HOSPITAL

CMH DRIVING PARK BRANCH

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS

THE JACK

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3,500’

7,000’

14,000’

NORTH’


TROTT & ASSOCIATES, INC. BUILDING

GALBREATH PAVILION, OHIO THEATRE

SHORT NORTH COMMERCIAL AREA RENOVATION

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

2

3

4

1

1984 WINNER

1985 WINNER

1986 WINNER

1987 WINNER

ST. MARY’S CHURCH INTERIOR RESTORATION

SON OF HEAVEN EXHIBIT (CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL)

OLD POST OFFICE, BRICKER & ECKLER

COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY RENOVATION & EXPANSION

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

5

6

7

8

1988 WINNER

1989 WINNER

1990 WINNER

1991 WINNER

30

WINNERS SINCE 1984 THESE PROJECTS REPRESENT MANY OF THE

ST. TURIBIUS CHAPEL, PONTIFICAL COLLEGE JOSEPHINIUM

GREATER COLUMBUS CONVENTION CENTER

TOPIARY GARDEN IN DEAF SCHOOL PARK

OHIO STATE HOUSE RESTORATION

HIGHEST QUALITY DESIGN

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

9

10

11

12

AND PRESERVATION

1992 WINNER

1993 WINNER

1995 WINNER

1999 WINNER

SMITH BROTHER’S HARDWARE BUILDING

ARENA DISTRICT

CENTRAL OHIO FIRE MUSEUM

OHIO JUDICIAL CENTER

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

13

14

15

16

2000 WINNER

2002 WINNER

2003 WINNER

2004 WINNER

THE I-670 CAP

NEW VILLAGE HOMES

NORTH BANK PARK & PAVILION

COMMUNITY PROPERTIES

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

17

18

19

20

2005 WINNER

2006 WINNER

2007 WINNER

FRANKLIN PARK CONSERVATORY COMMUNITY GARDENS

LINCOLN THEATRE

SCIOTO MILE & BRIDGES

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

21

22

23

24

2010 WINNER

2011 WINNER

COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY DRIVING PARK BRANCH

COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART

NATIONWIDE CHILDRENS HOSPITAL

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

25

26

27

28

2015 WINNER

COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY NORTHSIDE BRANCH

COLUMBUS MET. LIBRARY RENOVATION & EXPANSION

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

29

30

2018 WINNER

2016 WINNER

LANDMARKS WILL CONTINUE TO CELEBRATE AND PROMOTE GREAT PROJECTS.

2012 WINNER

THE JACK

2014 WINNER

HISTORY. COLUMBUS

2008 WINNER

THOMPSON LIBRARY

2009 WINNER

PROJECTS IN RECENT

2017 WINNER

2019 WINNER

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AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENTS REPORT

FRAMBES AVENUE

SELLSVILLE

EAST FIFTH AVENUE

AMERICAN ADDITION

W. GOODALE STREET

EAST LONG STREET

SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS HANFORD VILLAGE

HILLTOP

LEGEND AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENT AREA

‘REDLINE’ BOUNDARY: HOLC MAP GRADE D SOUTH SIDE

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, KIRWAN INSTITUTE, OWU ENGAGING COLUMBUS

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2,000’

4,000’

8,000’

NORTH’


IN 2014, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS PUBLISHED A REPORT OF AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENTS AND COMMUNITIES IN COLUMBUS. THE REPORT IDENTIFIED 10 PRIMARY SETTLEMENT AREAS INCLUDING:

E. LONG STREET W. GOODALE STREET SEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS E. FIFTH AVENUE

CHAPTER II

THE ORIGIN AND GROWTH OF NEGRO NEIGHBORHOODS The accompanying map (Map 3) shows the location and approxi mate boundaries of the ten negro districts in Columbus and the The map suggests also that several of the immediate vicinity.1 LEGEND

HILLTOP SELLSVILLE SOUTH SIDE

THE HOME OWNER’S LOAN CORPORATION PUBLISHED THE COLUMBUS RESIDENTIAL SECURITY MAP IN 1936 WHICH WAS UTILIZED BY PRIVATE FIRMS TO DETERMINE WHICH COMMUNITIES SHOULD RECEIVE LOANS AND INVESTMENT.

FRAMBES AVENUE AMERICAN ADDITION HANFORD VILLAGE Map

3. —

Location

of Negro Neighborhoods

in Columbus

1 The boundaries were determined on the basis of information furnished by : ( 1) Business men, such as real estate dealers, building and loan officials, life insurance men and undertakers ; (2) Social agencies, such as the Urban League, District Nurses, branch Y. M. C. A.'s, social (4) Professional settlements. Family Service Society and Juvenile Court; (3) City officials; men among the negroes ; ( 5 ) Old residents in all negro districts.

AREAS IN COLUMBUS THAT WERE ‘REDLINED’ CORRESPOND WITH AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENTS, LEADING TO LONG-TERM ECONOMIC DISPARITY IN THESE COMMUNITIES.

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2011XXXX MID-CENTURY MODERN REPORT MOST ENDANGERED LIST DOWNTOWN AREA

COLUMBUS RENAISSANCE HOTEL

525 EAST BROAD ST. OEA BUILDING

BREWERY DISTRICT

ST. JOHN ARENA

ST. STEPHENS STATE LIBRARY

RIVERSIDE BRADLEY

COMFORT INN / ROUND BAR CLARMONT

SEE HILLTOP INSET

535 EAST BROAD ST.

GUNNING/ GLENBROW HOUSE

SEE DOWNTOWN INSET

WOLFE HOUSE

SEE BREWERY DISTRICT INSET DAN’S DRIVE-IN

HILLTOP AREA LEGEND JESSE OWENS HOUSE

MID-CENTURY MODERN LISTING THAT IS NOT ENDANGERED MID-CENTURY MODERN LISTING THAT HAS BEEN LOST MID-CENTURY MODERN LISTING THAT IS ON THE WATCHLIST

SECOND COMMUNITY CHURCH

MID-CENTURY MODERN LISTING THAT HAS BEEN PARTIALLY-SAVED MID-CENTURY MODERN LISTING THAT HAS BEEN SAVED DATA & PHOTO SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY.

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7,000’ 14,000’

28,000’

NORTH’


COLUMBUS RENAISSANCE HOTEL

JESSE OWENS HOUSE

SECOND COMMUNITY CHURCH

RIVERSIDE BRADLEY

OEA BUILDING

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

1

2

3

4

5

LOCATION: 50 N. 3RD ST. YEAR BUILT: 1963

YEAR LOST: N/A

LOCATION: 292 S. OAKLEY AVE.

LOCATION: 311 S. HIGHLAND ST.

LOCATION: 241 MCDOWELL ST.

LOCATION: 225 E. BROAD ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1925

YEAR BUILT: 1961

YEAR BUILT: 1942

YEAR BUILT: 1965

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: 2011

YEAR LOST: N/A

STATE AUTO - 525 E. BROAD

STATE AUTO - 535 E. BROAD

DAN’S DRIVE-IN

CLARMONT

COMFORT INN / ROUND BAR

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: PARTIALLY SAVED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

6

7

8

9

10

LOCATION: 525 E. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 535 E. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 1881 S. HIGH ST.

LOCATION: 684 S. HIGH ST.

LOCATION: 650 S. HIGH ST.

YEAR BUILT: UNKNOWN

YEAR BUILT: UNKNOWN

YEAR BUILT: 1958

YEAR BUILT: 1950

YEAR BUILT: 1960

YEAR LOST: C. 2010

YEAR LOST: C. 2010

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

ST. STEPHENS CHURCH

ST. JOHN ARENA

GUNNING / GLENBROW HOUSE

STATE LIBRARY OF OHIO

WOLFE HOUSE

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: WATCHLIST

STATUS: SAVED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: PARTIALLY SAVED

11

12

13

14

15

LOCATION: 30 W. WOODRUFF AVE.

LOCATION: 410 WOODY HAYES DR.

LOCATION: 7495 E. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 274 E. FIRST ST.

LOCATION: 205 BALLMAN RD., REYNOLDSBURG

YEAR BUILT: 1953

YEAR BUILT: 1957

YEAR BUILT: 1940

YEAR BUILT: 1940

YEAR BUILT: UNKNOWN

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

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YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

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1994 LOST TREASURES FOUND REPORT

SEE INSET

SEE INSET

SEE INSET

LEGEND LOST TREASURES FOUND STRUCTURE THAT IS NOT ENDANGERED LOST TREASURES FOUND STRUCTURE THAT HAS BEEN LOST

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS.

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0’

200’

400’

800’

NORTH’


IN 1994, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS UPDATED A PREVIOUS SURVEY OF 190 ACRES THAT IS HISTORICALLY AN AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY. THE SURVEYED RESOURCES HAVE BEEN MAPPED AND PHOTOGRAPHED TO REFLECT THE CURRENT STATUS OF THE BUILDINGS.

ONLY 68 OF THE 107 STRUCTURES REMAIN.

58

BILL KELTON HOUSE

85

1114-1118 MT. VERNON AVE.

993-995 MT. VERNON AVE.

59

MARTHA/TOM LAWRENCE HOUSE

86

1267-1271 MT. VERNON AVE.

997 MT. VERNON AVE.

60

214 N. 18TH ST.

87

49 1/2 N. GARFIELD AVE.

33

999 MT. VERNON AVE.

61

51 N. MONROE AVE.

88

149 N. GARFIELD AVE.

34

1001-1003 MT. VERNON AVE.

62

70 N. MONROE AVE.

89

182 N. GARFIELD AVE.

285 MIAMI AVE.

35

1009 MT. VERNON AVE.

63

235-237 N. MONROE AVE.

90

194 N. GARFIELD AVE.

99 N. MONROE AVE.

36

1017 MT. VERNON AVE.

64

269-269 1/2 N. 17TH ST.

91

251 N. GARFIELD AVE.

8

107 N. MONROE AVE.

37

1025 MT. VERNON AVE.

65

92

52 GOVERNORS PLACE

9

175 N. MONROE AVE.

38

1081-1089 MT. VERNON AVE.

30 N. MIAMI AVENUE (NOW 50-52 N. MIAMI AVE.)

96 GOVERNORS PLACE

184 N. MONROE AVE.

39

1091-1095 MT. VERNON AVE.

81 N. MIAMI AVE.

93

10

66

94

62 N. OHIO AVE.

11

190 N. MONROE AVE.

40

1096 MT. VERNON AVE.

67

100 N. MIAMI AVENUE (NOW 116 N. MIAMI AVE.)

95

33 N. 20TH ST.

12

195 N. MONROE AVE.

41

1098-1100MT.VERNONAVE.

68

227-229 N. MIAMI AVE.

96

109-115 N. 20TH ST.

13

200 N. MONROE AVE.

42

1127 MT. VERNON AVE.

69

233 N. MIAMI AVE.

97

70 N. 20TH ST.

14

224 N. MONROE AVE.

43

1217 MT. VERNON AVE.

70

244-246 N. MIAMI AVE.

15

233 N. MONROE AVE.

44

338-344 ST. CLAIR AVE.

16

245 N. MONROE AVE.

45

186 N. 17TH ST.

17

720 MT. VERNON AVE.

46

248-252 N. 17TH ST.

18

723 MT. VERNON AVE.

47

189 N. 20TH ST.

19

742-746 MT. VERNON AVE.

48

285 N. 20TH ST.

20

760 MT. VERNON AVE.

49

167 N. 22ND ST.

1

240 N. CHAMPION AVE.

30

977-981 MT. VERNON AVE.

2 3

266 N. CHAMPION AVE.

31

206 N. GARFIELD AVE.

32

4

186 HAMILTON AVE.

5

1270 HAWTHORNE AVE.

6 7

21

762 MT. VERNON AVE.

50

EAST SIDE MARKET

22

772-774 MT. VERNON AVE.

51

CAMEO THEATER

23

778-780 MT. VERNON AVE.

52

SPRING STREET YMCA

24

870 MT. VERNON AVE.

53

SPRING STREET SCHOOL

25

873 MT. VERNON AVE.

54

YWCA, E. LONG STREET

26

876 MT. VERNON AVE.

55

GOODSPEED HOUSE

27

878 MT. VERNON AVE.

56

GILLARD HOUSE

28

969-971 MT. VERNON AVE.

29

973-975 MT. VERNON AVE.

57

PHYLLIS WHEATLY HOME FOR UNWED MOTHERS

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71

738 MT. VERNON AVE.

72

893 MT. VERNON AVE.

73

903-905 MT. VERNON AVE.

74

907-909 1/2 MT. VERNON AVE.

75

910 MT. VERNON AVE.

76

914 MT. VERNON AVE.

77

931-933 MT. VERNON AVE.

78

941 MT. VERNON AVE.

79

1028 MT. VERNON AVE.

80

1032 MT. VERNON AVE.

81

1044-1050 MT. VERNON AVE.

82

1060 MT. VERNON AVE.

83

1068 MT. VERNON AVE.

84

1092 MT. VERNON AVE.

98

176 N. 20TH ST.

99

188 N. 20TH ST.

100

231-233 N. 20TH ST.

101

251 N. 20TH ST.

102

67 N. 21ST ST.

103

69 N. 21ST ST.

104

82 N. 21ST ST.

105

87 N. 21ST ST.

106

104-112 N. 21ST ST.

107

191 N. 21ST ST.

108

163 N. 22ND ST.

109

204 N. 22ND ST.

110

223-225 N. 22ND ST.

111

257-259 N. 22ND ST.

PART 1 | ATLAS OF COLUMBUS LANDMARKS


1980 INVENTORY AND ANALYSIS OF THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT IN 1980, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS PERFORMED AN INVENTORY AND ANALYSIS OF HISTORIC BUILDINGS IN DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS. FUNDED BY THE COLUMBUS FOUNDATION, THE STUDY EXAMINED SITES WITHIN THE INNERBELT.

OF THE 400+ SITES INVENTORIED, 193 WERE DEMOLISHED BETWEEN 1979 AND 2020.

LEGEND NOT ENDANGERED SAVED FROM DEMOLITION PARTIALLY SAVED FROM DEMOLITION WATCHLIST FOR DEMOLITION ENDANGERED BY DEMOLITION LOST SITE DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS.

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IN 1988, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS UPDATED THE 1980 INVENTORY AND ANALYSIS TO REFLECT DEMOLITIONS THAT HAD OCCURED BETWEEN 1979 AND 1987. THIS LIST WAS USED TO SHAPE PLANNING EFFORTS BY THE CITY OF COLUMBUS AND OTHER ENTITIES.

OF THE 300+ SITES INVENTORIED, 69 WERE DEMOLISHED BETWEEN 1988 AND 2020. LEGEND NOT ENDANGERED SAVED FROM DEMOLITION PARTIALLY SAVED FROM DEMOLITION WATCHLIST FOR DEMOLITION ENDANGERED BY DEMOLITION LOST SITE DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS.

ATLAS OF COLUMBUS LANDMARKS | SPRING 2021

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XXXX MOST LOST LANDMARKS ENDANGERED LIST

COLUMBUS LANDMARKS HAS INVENTORIED A NUMBER OF DEMOLISHED SITES THAT WOULD SERVE AS HIGHLY UNIQUE PARTS OF THE COLUMBUS CULTURAL LANDSCAPE IF THEY WERE STILL STANDING TODAY.

OLENTANGY PARK

INDIANOLA PARK OSU ARMORY

OHIO PENITENTIARY

CENTRAL OHIO PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

MT. CARMEL HOSPITAL

DESHLERWALLICK HOTEL NEIL HOUSE HOTEL

THE KAHIKI SUPPER CLUB

UNION STATION ENTRANCE CHITTENDEN HOTEL THE CHRISTOPHER INN

COLUMBUS CITY HALL

DEAF AND DUMB SCHOOL LEGEND

IMBECILE ASYLUM

DEMOLISHED SITES RECOGNIZED BY COLUMBUS LANDMARKS AS SOME OF OUR MOST UNIQUE BUILDINGS.

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY

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CENTRAL OHIO PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL

CHITTENDEN HOTEL

COLUMBUS CITY HALL

DEAF AND DUMB SCHOOL

DESHLER-WALLICK HOTEL

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

1

2

3

4

5

LOCATION: 1960 W. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 205 N. HIGH ST.

LOCATION: 39 E. STATE ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1870

YEAR BUILT: 1895

YEAR BUILT: 1872

YEAR LOST: 1991

YEAR LOST: 1973

YEAR LOST: 1921

LOCATION: 450 E. TOWN ST.

LOCATION: 8 W. BROAD ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1868

YEAR BUILT: 1916

YEAR LOST: 1981

IMBECILE ASYLUM

INDIANOLA PARK

MT. CARMEL HOSPITAL

NEIL HOUSE HOTEL

OHIO PENITENTIARY

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

6

7

8

9

10

LOCATION: 1601 W. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 1950 N. FOURTH ST.

LOCATION: 793 W. STATE ST.

LOCATION: 41 S. HIGH ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1868

YEAR BUILT: 1904

YEAR BUILT: 1891

YEAR BUILT: 1925

YEAR LOST: C1980

YEAR LOST: 1939

YEAR LOST: UNKNOWN

YEAR LOST: 1970

LOCATION: 274 W. SPRING ST. YEAR LOST: 1980

YEAR BUILT: 1834

YEAR LOST: 1997

OLENTANGY PARK

OSU ARMORY

THE CHRISTOPHER INN

THE KAHIKI SUPPER CLUB

UNION STATION ENTRANCE

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: LOST

11

12

13

14

15

LOCATION: NORTH ST./HIGH ST.

LOCATION: 60 N. OVAL DR.

LOCATION: 300 E. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 3583 E. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 370-400 N. HIGH ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1881

YEAR BUILT: 1898

YEAR BUILT: 1963

YEAR BUILT: 1961

YEAR BUILT: 1897

YEAR LOST: 1937

YEAR LOST: 1959

YEAR LOST: 1988

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YEAR LOST: 2000

YEAR LOST: 1979

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XXXX ALLMOST DOCUMENTED ENDANGERED SITESLIST COLUMBUS LANDMARKS HAS CREATED A DATABASE OF ALL INDIVIDUAL SITES THAT THE ORGANIZATION HAS DOCUMENTED SINCE 1980 AS WELL AS SITES LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACE AND COLUMBUS REGISTER OF HISTORIC PROPERTIES.

OF THE 1,000+ SITES INVENTORIED, OVER 290 WERE DEMOLISHED BETWEEN 1979 AND 2021.

LEGEND NOT ENDANGERED SAVED FROM DEMOLITION PARTIALLY SAVED FROM DEMOLITION WATCHLIST FOR DEMOLITION ENDANGERED BY DEMOLITION LOST SITE DATA SOURCES: SOURCES: FRANKLIN XXX DATA COUNTY, CITY OF COLUMBUS, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY

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ALL DOCUMENTED SITES - CENTER CITY AREAS

LEGEND NOT ENDANGERED SAVED FROM DEMOLITION PARTIALLY SAVED FROM DEMOLITION WATCHLIST FOR DEMOLITION ENDANGERED BY DEMOLITION LOST SITE DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, CITY OF COLUMBUS, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY

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PART 2

URBAN IDEAS FORUM

27


XXXX MOST IDEA ENDANGERED 1 LIST

IDEA:

FOCUS PRESERVATION AND ADVOCACY EFFORTS TO SUPPORT CITYWIDE EQUITY AND SUSTAINABILITY. UTILIZING A VARIETY OF FACTORS AND WEIGHTING THEM ACCORDING TO THE PRIORITIES OF COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, AREAS WHICH REQUIRE GREATER PRESERVATION AND ADVOCACY EMERGE.

LEGEND

LOWEST PRIORITY ADVOCACY AREAS

HIGHEST PRIORITY ADVOCACY AREAS

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS.

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AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENTS

AGE OF EXISTING BUILDINGS

INCOME LEVELS

EXISTING DISTRICTS ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER

ASSIGNED WEIGHT = 2

ASSIGNED WEIGHT = 1

ASSIGNED WEIGHT = 2

ASSIGNED WEIGHT = 1

AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENT AREA PER COLUMBUS LANDMARKS REPORT

EXISTING HISTORIC DISTRICT ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES NEWEST BUILDINGS

OLDEST BUILDINGS

HIGHEST INCOME LEVELS

LOWEST INCOME LEVELS

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, US CENSUS

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO HISTORY CONNECTION

NON-WHITE NEIGHBORHOODS

PROXIMITY TO MOST ENDANGERED SITES

REDLINED AREAS

COMPOSITE MAP, NOT WEIGHTED

ASSIGNED WEIGHT = 2

ASSIGNED WEIGHT = 1

ASSIGNED WEIGHT = 2 AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENT AREA PER COLUMBUS LANDMARKS REPORT

LOWEST PERCENTAGE OF NONWHITE RESIDENTS

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF NON-WHITE RESIDENTS

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS

FARTHEST PROXIMITY TO COLUMBUS LANDMARKS MOST ENDANGERED SITE

NEAREST PROXIMITY TO COLUMBUS LANDMARKS MOST ENDANGERED SITE

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS

LOWEST PRIORITY ADVOCACY AREAS

HIGHEST PRIORITY ADVOCACY AREAS

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, KIRWAN INSTITUTE, OWU

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IDEA 2

IDEA:

PRESERVE CRITICAL REMAINING AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORIC RESOURCES OF THE NEAR EAST SIDE.

BLOCK 4 SEE INSET BLOCK 3 SEE INSET

LOCK 1 SEE INSET

BLOCK 2 SEE INSET

IN 1994, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS PUBLISHED A DETAILED SURVEY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN RESOURCES ON THE NEAR EAST SIDE. MANY OF THESE HAVE BEEN LOST.

LEGEND EXISTING SITES LISTED IN COLUMBUS LANDMARKS LOST TREASURES FOUND REPORT DEMOLISHED SITES LISTED IN COLUMBUS LANDMARKS LOST TREASURES FOUND REPORT

PARADE AT MOUNT VERNON AVENUE IN 1949. MOST OF THESE BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN LOST.

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DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, US CENSUS

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400’

800’

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BLOCK 1

BLOCK 2

BLOCK 3

BLOCK 4

285 MIAMI AVE.

24

870 MT. VERNON AVE.

29

973-975 MT. VERNON AVE.

34

1001-1003 MT. VERNON AVE.

39

1091-1095 MT. VERNON AVE.

20

760 MT. VERNON AVE.

25

873 MT. VERNON AVE.

30

977-981 MT. VERNON AVE.

35

1009 MT. VERNON AVE.

50

EAST SIDE MARKET

21

762 MT. VERNON AVE.

26

876 MT. VERNON AVE.

31

993-995 MT. VERNON AVE.

36

1017 MT. VERNON AVE.

51

CAMEO THEATER

22

772-774 MT. VERNON AVE.

27

878 MT. VERNON AVE.

32

997 MT. VERNON AVE.

37

1025 MT. VERNON AVE.

83

1068 MT. VERNON AVE.

23

778-780 MT. VERNON AVE.

28

969-971 MT. VERNON AVE.

33

999 MT. VERNON AVE.

38

1081-1089 MT. VERNON AVE.

84

1092 MT. VERNON AVE.

6

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IDEA 3

IDEA:

ADVOCATE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE LARGEST REMAINING DOWNTOWN SURFACE PARKING LOTS. 150+ ACRES OF SURFACE PARKING LOTS AVAILABLE FOR INFILL DEVELOPMENT. 100+ ACRES OF ANNOUNCED, PROPOSED, OR UNDER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN DOWNTOWN. LEGEND PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT SITE EXISTING SURFACE PARKING LOT EXISTING PARK OR OPEN SPACE

DATA SOURCES: COLUMBUS BUSINESS FIRST, COLUMBUSUNDERGROUND.COM, FRANKLIN COUNTY GIS DATA

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MAJOR SURFACE PARKING LOT OWNERS Number

ABBOTT LABS FRANKLIN COUNTY CONVENTION AUTHORITY

COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

1

8

HCP COLUMBUS WAREHOUSE DISTRICT

STATE AUTO FRANKLIN COUNTY

Area

1

COLUMBUS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

+/-31.1 ACRES

2

ABBOTT LABS

+/-17.7 ACRES

3

STATE AUTO

+/-7.8 ACRES

4

FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY

+/-7.2 ACRES

5

FRANKLIN COUNTY CONVENTION AUTHORITY

+/-6.7 ACRES

6

MOTORISTS INSURANCE

+/-5.2 ACRES

7

COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS

+/-4.1 ACRES

8

HCP COLUMBUS WAREHOUSE DISTRICT

+/-3.5 ACRES

9

FRANKLIN COUNTY

+/-2.8 ACRES

10

NATIONWIDE CHILREN’S HOSPITAL

+/-2.8 ACRES

TOTAL

+/-88.9 ACRES

2

5

Owner

3

9

MOTORISTS INSURANCE

6

7

COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS

4 FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY NATIONWIDE CHILDREN’S 10 HOSPITAL FRANKLIN COUNTY

URBAN 2021 STRATEGIC IDEAS FORUM PLAN| SPRING | ADVOCACY 2021 SUMMARY AND EXISTING CONDITIONS

9

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7

COLUMBUS CITY SCHOOLS

7

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IDEA:

ADVOCATE AND EDUCATE ABOUT THE COLUMBUS GREEN BOOK SITES, AND WORK TO PRESERVE THE FEW REMAINING BUILDINGS.

DUCK INN RESTAURANT

ATCHESON RESTAURANT ST. CLAIR HOTEL NEWFORD HOTEL & TURNER’S RESTAURANT DESHLERWALLACE HOTEL LITCHFORD HOTEL

TURNER’S RESTAURANT

MACON HOTEL COOPER TOURIST HOME HAWKINS HOTEL BELMONT RESTAURANT

THE 1966-67 TRAVELERS’ GREEN BOOK FEATURED SEVERAL SITES IN COLUMBUS. MOST OF THESE HAVE BEEN DEMOLISHED, BUT THE REMAINING SITES ARE OF CRITICAL IMPORTANCE TO PRESERVE.

NEIL HOUSE HOTEL

LEGEND

BRUCE LATHAM RESTAURANT

GREEN BOOKS SITES THAT ARE NOT ENDANGERED B. & B. RESTAURANT

GREEN BOOKS SITES THAT HAVE BEEN LOST GREEN BOOKS SITES THAT ARE ENDANGERED

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, 1966-67 GREEN BOOK, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY

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BELMONT RESTAURANT

HAWKINS HOTEL

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

3

8

LOCATION: 1105 OAK ST. YEAR BUILT: 1928

LOCATION: 65 N. MONROE AVE. YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR BUILT: C1900

YEAR LOST: N/A

DESHLER-WALLICK HOTEL

MACON HOTEL

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: ENDANGERED

6

10

LOCATION: BROAD & HIGH ST.

LOCATION: 366 N 20TH ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1916

YEAR BUILT: 1888

YEAR LOST: 1970

YEAR LOST: N/A

NEIL HOUSE HOTEL

ST. CLAIR HOTEL

STATUS: LOST

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

11

13

LOCATION: 41 S. HIGH ST. YEAR BUILT: 1925

LOCATION: 338 ST. CLAIR AVE. YEAR LOST: 1980

YEAR BUILT: 1927

YEAR LOST: N/A

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XXXX MOST IDEA ENDANGERED 5 LIST

IDEA:

ADVANCE SMALL-SCALE PRESERVATION TO SUPPORT CLIMATE CHANGE, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND ECONOMIC GOALS.

ONLY 25.1% OF OUR EXISTING BUILDINGS WERE BUILT BEFORE 1945.* THEY DEFINE THE CHARACTER & CULTURE OF MANY OF OUR MOST VISIBLE AND DIVERSE NEIGHBORHOODS. +/-55,000 BUILDINGS ARE OVER 75 YEARS OLD* *DATA SOURCE: THE ATLAS FOR REURBANISM, NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION

LEGEND STRUCTURES BUILT PRIOR TO 1920 STRUCTURES BUILT BETWEEN 1921 & 1945 STRUCTURES BUILT BETWEEN 1946 & 1960 STRUCTURES BUILT BETWEEN 1961 & 1970 DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY

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AGE OF EXISTING BUILDINGS AND SITES - FIRST RING NEIGHBORHOODS

LEGEND STRUCTURES BUILT PRIOR TO 1920 STRUCTURES BUILT BETWEEN 1921 & 1945 STRUCTURES BUILT BETWEEN 1946 & 1960 STRUCTURES BUILT BETWEEN 1961 & 1970 DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY

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IDEA 6

IDEA:

MANY COLUMBUS PARKS, GARDENS, AND PUBLIC SPACES HAVE HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE AND SHOULD BE RECOGNIZED.

OSU CAMPUS AREA

THE OVAL

MIRROR LAKE

BROWNING AMPHITHEATER

WHETSTONE PARK OF ROSES

MANY PARKS AND OPEN SPACES ARE AMONGST THE MOST NOTABLE ICONS OF COLUMBUS. WHERE APPROPRIATE, SHOULD BE LISTED THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES OR THE HISTORIC AMERICAN LANDSCAPE SURVEY.

LINDEN PARK

TUTTLE PARK

SEE OSU CAMPUS INSERT

GUNNING/ GLENBROW HOUSE

GOODALE PARK

CAPITOL SQUARE DOWNTOWN RIVERFRONT/ CIVIC CENTER

WESTGATE PARK

TOPIARY GARDEN

FRANKLIN PARK AND CONSERVATORY

LIVINGSTON PARK LEGEND

SCHILLER PARK

EXISTING PARK, PUBLIC SPACE, OR GARDEN WHICH IS NOT ENDANGERED. EXISTING PARK, PUBLIC SPACE, OR GARDEN WHICH HAS BEEN SAVED.

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY

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BROWNING AMPHITHEATER

CAPITOL SQUARE

DOWNTOWN RIVERFRONT / CIVIC CENTER

FRANKLIN PARK & CONSERVATORY

GOODALE PARK

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

1

2

3

4

5

LOCATION: 220 W. 12TH AVE.

LOCATION: BROAD AND HIGH STREETS

LOCATION: BROAD ST. & MARCONI BLVD.

LOCATION: 1777 EAST BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 120 GOODALE ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1926

YEAR BUILT: 1861

YEAR BUILT: VARIOUS

YEAR BUILT: 1852

YEAR BUILT: 1851

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

GUNNING/GLENBROW HOUSE

LINDEN PARK

LIVINGSTON PARK

MIRROR LAKE

SCHILLER PARK

STATUS: SAVED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

6

7

8

9

10

LOCATION: 7495 E. BROAD ST.

LOCATION: 1254 BRIARWOOD AVENUE

LOCATION: 760 E. LIVINGSTON AVE.

LOCATION: 220 W 12TH AVE.

LOCATION: 1069 JAEGER ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1940

YEAR BUILT: 1952

YEAR BUILT: 1885

YEAR BUILT: 1890

YEAR BUILT: 1867

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

THE OVAL

TOPIARY GARDEN (DEAF SCHOOL PARK)

TUTTLE PARK

WESTGATE PARK

WHETSTONE PARK OF ROSES

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

11

12

13

14

15

LOCATION: 181 OVAL DR S.

LOCATION: 480 E. TOWN ST.

YEAR BUILT: 1893

YEAR BUILT: 1989

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

LOCATION: 240 W. OAKLAND AVE.

LOCATION: 455 S. WESTGATE AVE.

YEAR BUILT: 1930

YEAR BUILT: 1925

YEAR LOST: N/A

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YEAR LOST: N/A

LOCATION: 3901 N. HIGH ST. YEAR BUILT: 1953

YEAR LOST: N/A

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IDEA 7

IDEA:

RECOGNIZE AND ADVOCATE FOR SOME OF OUR MOST VISIBLE AND SIGNIFICANT ENGINEERING ACHIEVEMENTS.

CLINTONVILLE AREA

BEACH ROAD BRIDGE

CALUMET STREET ARCH BRIDGE

DUBLIN BRIDGE

GLEN ECHO RAVINE BRIDGE

TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT OUR QUALITY OF LIFE AND CONTRIBUTE TO SENSE OF PLACE. THESE SHOULD BE DOCUMENTED THROUGH THE HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD (HAER) AND LOCAL ADVOCACY.

SEE CLINTONVILLE INSET WOLFE PARK PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

CSX LOWER SCIOTO RIVER BRIDGE

EUREKA AVENUE BRIDGE

LOWER SCIOTO TWIN BRIDGES

WOLFE PARK PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

GREEN LAWN BRIDGE

PICKERINGTON PONDS SHEPARD TRUSS

LEGEND EXISTINGPARKS, INFRASTRUCTURE WHICH EXISTING PUBLIC SPACES, IS NOT ENDANGERED. AND GARDENS OF NOTE

OHIO & ERIE CANAL SOUTHERN DESCENT

BERGTRESSER/ DIETZ COVERED BRIDGE

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY

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BEACH ROAD BRIDGE

BERGSTRESSER/DIETZ COVERED BRIDGE

CALUMET STREET ARCH BRIDGE

CSX LOWER SCIOTO RIVER BRIDGE

DUBLIN BRIDGE

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

1

2

3

4

5

LOCATION: COOPER ROAD, WESTERVILLE

LOCATION: 627 WASHINGTON ST., CANAL WINCH.

YEAR BUILT: 1888

YEAR BUILT: 1887

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

LOCATION: CALUMET ST. & CLIFFSIDE DR.

LOCATION: LAKE SHORE DR. & KEEP PLACE

LOCATION: BRIDGE ST., DUBLIN

YEAR BUILT: 1924

YEAR BUILT: C1900

YEAR BUILT: 1935

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

EDWARD HONTON MEMORIAL BRIDGE

EUREKA AVENUE BRIDGE

GLEN ECHO RAVINE BRIDGE

GREEN LAWN BRIDGE

LOWER SCIOTO TWIN BRIDGES

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

6

7

8

9

10

LOCATION: SUNBURY RD. & BENCHMARK DR.

LOCATION: EUREKA AVE. & WESTWOOD DR.

YEAR BUILT: 1900

YEAR BUILT: 1930

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

LOCATION: INDIANOLA AVE. & CLIFFSIDE DR.

LOCATION: GREEN LAWN CEMETERY

LOCATION: DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS

YEAR BUILT: 1921

YEAR BUILT: 1898

YEAR BUILT: C1900

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

OHIO & ERIE CANAL SOUTHERN DESCENT

ORIENT BRIDGE

PICKERINGTON PONDS SHEPARD TRUSS

SMITH ROAD BRIDGE

WOLFE PARK PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

11

12

13

14

15

LOCATION: SOUTHERN FRANKLIN COUNTY

LOCATION: DARBY CREEK RD. & STATE ROUTE 762

LOCATION: PICKERINGTON PONDS METRO PARK

LOCATION: OHIO HISTORY CONNECTION

LOCATION: WOLFE PARK

YEAR BUILT: 1825-1832

YEAR BUILT: 1885

YEAR BUILT: 1897

YEAR BUILT: 1867

YEAR BUILT: 1922

YEAR LOST: VARIOUS

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

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YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

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IDEA 8

IDEA:

CEMETERIES, PARADE GROUNDS, AND CEREMONIAL LANDSCAPES ARE WORTHY OF ADVOCACY AND RECOGNITION. CEREMONIAL LANDSCAPES AND GROUNDS OF REMEMBRANCE HAVE SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE TO OUR COMMUNITY AND THIER SPECIAL ATTRIBUTES SHOULD BE DOCUMENTED.

LEGEND EXISTING HISTORIC LANDSCAPE WHICH IS NOT ENDANGERED.

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY

COLUMBUS LANDMARKS | 2021 STRATEGIC PLAN URBAN IDEAS FORUM | SPRING 2021

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28,000’

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CAMP CHASE CEMETERY

EVERGREEN CEMETERY

FORT HAYES

GREEN LAWN CEMETERY

INDIAN RUN CEMETERY

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

1

2

3

4

5

LOCATION: 2900 SULLIVANT AVE.

LOCATION: 1400 WOODLAND AVE.

LOCATION: 546 JACK GIBBS BLVD,

LOCATION: 1000 GREENLAWN AVE.

LOCATION: 77 N HIGH STREET, DUBLIN

YEAR BUILT: 1861

YEAR BUILT: UNKNOWN

YEAR BUILT: 1864

YEAR BUILT: 1849

YEAR BUILT: 1813

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

H. P. JEFFERS MOUND

MT. CALVARY CEMETERY

OLD FRANKLINTON CEMETERY

SHRUM MOUND

UNION CEMETERY

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

STATUS: NOT ENDANGERED

6

7

8

9

10

LOCATION: 6501-6541 PLESENTON DR.

LOCATION: 518 MT. CALVARY AVE.

YEAR BUILT: UNKNOWN

YEAR BUILT: 1865

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

LOCATION: RIVER ST. & SOUDER AVE. YEAR BUILT: 1799

YEAR LOST: N/A

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LOCATION: 3141 MCKINLEY AVE.

LOCATION: 3349 OLENTANGY RIVER RD.

YEAR BUILT: UNKNOWN

YEAR BUILT: 1806

YEAR LOST: N/A

YEAR LOST: N/A

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IDEA TITLE 9

IDEA:

WORK TO INCREASE INVESTMENT IN AREAS THAT HAVE EXPERIENCED SYSTEMIC RACISM AND DISINVESTMENT. OF THE 53 OHIO HISTORIC TAX CREDIT PROJECTS THAT HAVE BEEN FUNDED IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS, 10 ARE LOCATED IN HISTORICALLY AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENT AREAS AS DEFINED BY COLUMBUS LANDMARKS.

LEGEND AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENT AREA

OHIO HISTORIC TAX CREDIT PROJECT

‘REDLINE’ BOUNDARY: HOLC MAP GRADE D

HISTORIC TAX CREDIT PROJECT IN AFRICAN AMERICAN SETTLEMENT AREAS

DATA SOURCES: FRANKLIN COUNTY, COLUMBUS LANDMARKS, KIRWAN INSTITUTE, OWU ENGAGING COLUMBUS

COLUMBUS LANDMARKS | 2021 STRATEGIC PLAN URBAN IDEAS FORUM | SPRING 2021

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2,000’

4,000’

8,000’

NORTH’


FUNDING ROUND

FUNDING ROUND

NAME

ADDRESS

$3,938,044.00

100 JEFFERSON AVENUE

100 JEFFERSON AVENUE

16

$133,155.00

3

$1,250,000.00

ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL PARISH HOUSE

36 SOUTH GARFIELD AVENUE, 43205

16

$250,000.00

727 N 4TH ST, COLUMBUS, OH 43215

4

$597,000.00

459 NORTH HIGH STREET

459 NORTH HIGH STREET

16

$120,800.00

COLUMBUS SAVINGS AND TRUST BUILDING (ATLAS BUILDING)

8 EAST LONG STREET

6

$2,990,815.00

457 NORTH HIGH

457 NORTH HIGH

16

$120,800.00

OHIO FARM BUREAU FEDERATION OFFICES

620-30 EAST BROAD

8

$313,145.00

GREEN LAWN ABBEY

700 GREENLAWN AVENUE, 43223

16

$98,000.00

GRANT COMMONS

EAST 11TH AVENUE

8

$2,966,686.00

COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT

555 W. NATIONWIDE BLVD.

16

$2,000,000.00

DEARDURFF HOUSE/FRANKLINTON POST OFFICE

72 S. GIFT STREET

8

$125,000.00

BUDD DAIRY COMPANY

1086 N. FOURTH ST. AND 174 DETROIT AVE., 43201

17

$1,999,000.00

YANKEE TRADER BUILDING

463 NORTH HIGH STREET

8

$664,900.00

ENGINE HOUSE NO. 6

540 W. BROAD ST., 43215

18

$250,000.00

LEVEQUE TOWER

50 W. BROAD STREET

8

$5,000,000.00

COLUMBUS DISPATCH BUILDING

34 S. THIRD STREET

18

$2,228,459.00

LAZARUS HOUSE APARTMENTS

380 E. TOWN STREET

9

$46,195.00

MCCLURE-NESBITT MOTOR COMPANY

1505 E. MAIN STREET

20

$249,999.00

WELSH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

315 E. LONG STREET

9

$346,250.00

COLUMBUS ELECTRIC TROLLEY BARNS

1600 OAK STREET, COLUMBUS, 43205

20

$2,000,000.00

MEDICAL SCIENCE BUILDING

717-721 N. HIGH STREET

9

$937,500.00

THE CLIFTON

1233 E. MAIN STREET

21

$110,000.00

DEAF SCHOOL/CHRISTO REY HIGH SCHOOL

400 E. TOWN STREET

10

$3,885,891.00

E.O. SNYDER GROCER

1223 E. MAIN STREET

21

$191,000.00

313-315 CHITTENDEN AVE.

313-315 CHITTENDEN AVE.

11

$74,142.00

FRANKLIN PARK TROLLEY BARN

1600 OAK STREET

21

$250,000.00

CLARK, DENNISON, AND THE HAMLET

66-72 CLARK PL

11

$249,999.00

1278 EAST MAIN STREET

1278 EAST MAIN STREET, COLUMBUS, OH

21

$60,000.00

STODDART BLOCK

260 SOUTH FOURTH STREET

11

$249,275.00

COLUMBUS ELECTRICAL WORKS

761-767 NORTH 4TH STREET, COLUMBUS, 43215

21

$250,000.00

CITIZENS SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY/THE OHIO 51 N. HIGH STREET NATIONAL BANK

11

$3,126,600.00

HAYDEN BUILDING

16-20 EAST BROAD STREET, COLUMBUS, 43215

21

$1,940,000.00

1379 N. HIGH STREET APARTMENT BUILDING

1379 N. HIGH STREET

12

$249,999.00

L. HOSTER BREWING CO.

477 S. FRONT ST., COLUMBUS, 43215

22

$5,000,000.00

94 EAST 3RD AVENUE

94 EAST 3RD AVENUE

12

$140,124.00

OHIO BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION BUILDINGS

32, 40 AND 48 PARKWOOD AVE.

23

$250,000.00

JULIAN AND KOKENGE COMPANY

272 S. FRONT ST., COLUMBUS, OH

12

$5,000,000.00

OPEN AIR SCHOOL

2571 NEIL AVENUE, COLUMBUS, 43202

23

$250,000.00

BARRETT MIDDLE SCHOOL (SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL)

345 E. DESHLER AVENUE

13

$3,275,416.00

THE STANDARD BUILDING

174 E. LONG STREET

23

$1,189,821.00

GRISWOLD MEMORIAL YOUNG WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

65 S 4TH ST, COLUMBUS, OH 43215

13

$2,000,000.00

WINDER’S MOTOR SALES CO. BUILDING

182 E. LONG STREET

23

$250,000.00

UNITED STATES CARRIAGE COMPANY

309-319 S. FOURTH STREET

13

$1,000,000.00

479 S. LUDLOW

479 S. LUDLOW

23

$2,450,000.00

56 NORTH HIGH STREET

56 NORTH HIGH STREET

14

$249,999.00

THE BROADWIN

1312 EAST BROAD STREET, COLUMBUS, OH 43215

24

$1,755,000.00

DREXEL THEATER

2254 EAST MAIN STREET, 43209

15

$249,999.00

WHITE HAINES & MADISON

72, 78, 80-84 N. HIGH ST. COLUMBUS, OHIO 43215

24

$4,416,157.00

390-392 EAST TOWN STREET

390-392 EAST TOWN STREET

15

$113,400.00

MARKET MOHAWK CENTER

250 E. TOWN ST., COLUMBUS, OH 43215

24

$842,267.00

MICRO LIVING AT LONG STREET

31-55 WEST LONG STREET AND 56-62 EAST LONG ST.

15

$1,378,067.00

NAME

ADDRESS

SENECA HOTEL

361 E. BROAD STREET

2

BORN CAPITAL BREWERY BOTTLING WORKS

570 SOUTH FRONT STREET

WONDER BREAD BUILDING

AWARD AMOUNT

TOTAL STATE HISTORIC TAX CREDIT FUNDING IN COLUMBUS

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AWARD AMOUNT

$69,322,904.00

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IDEA 10

IDEA:

WORK WITH POPULATION GROWTH TO BENEFIT PRESERVATION AND EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT. THE CITY OF COLUMBUS EXPANDED ITS TOTAL AREA RAPIDLY BETWEEN 1950 AND 2000 THROUGH ANNEXATION, BUT THIS TREND HAS SLOWED SINCE 2000. MOST NEW DEVELOPMENT IN COLUMBUS WILL OCCUR IN EXISTING NEIGHBORHOODS. LEGEND ANNEXED PRE-1850

ANNEXED 1926-1950

ANNEXED 1851-1875

ANNEXED 1951-1975

ANNEXED 1876-1900

ANNEXED 1976-2000

ANNEXED 1901-1925

ANNEXED 2001-2020

DATA SOURCE: CITY OF COLUMBUS

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28,000’

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FRANKLIN COUNTY POPULATION GROWTH

1,800,000 FRANKLIN COUNTY TOTAL POPULATION

1,600,000 CITY OF COLUMBUS TOTAL POPULATION

1,400,000

1,200,000

THE COLUMBUS REGION IS PROJECTED TO GROW TO OVER 3 MILLION RESIDENTS BY 2050.

CITY OF COLUMBUS POPULATION GROWTH RATE

EXPERIENCING A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THAT GROWTH, THE CITY OF COLUMBUS WILL LIKELY SEE OVER 100,000 NEW RESIDENTS PER DECADE.

1,000,000

800,000

600,000

MOST OF THIS GROWTH IS FORECASTED TO OCCUR THROUGH DENSIFICATION OF THE URBAN CORE WHICH WAS ORIGINALLY DEVELOPED PRIOR TO 1950.

400,000

200,000

0 1900

1910

1920

1930

1940

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

SOURCES: US CENSUS, OHIO DEPT. OF DEVELOPMENT

2020 DENSITY (ESTIMATED)

2030 DENSITY (PROJECTED)

DATA SOURCE: MORPC

DATA SOURCE: MORPC

2040 DENSITY (PROJECTED)

DATA SOURCE: MORPC

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2050 DENSITY (PROJECTED)

DATA SOURCE: MORPC

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