Boom in Downtown Real Estate Development
On either side of the Statehouse, orange barrels restrict traffic, wire fences outline piles of concrete and cranes hang high above in the sky. The downtown area of Columbus is seeing a rapid increase in residential and retail development.
We explore who will live in these new residences and what changes the city can expect from these kinds of developments.
- Steven Schoeny, director, Department of Development for the City of Columbus
- Jim Weiker, housing reporter, Columbus Dispatch
- Mattijs van Maasakkers, assistant professor, Knowlton School of Architecture, Ohio State University
- Marc Conte, director of research, Capital Crossroads and Discovery Special Improvement District