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Dayton-area riverfront redevelopment project secures more funding, properties

A massive redevelopment plan to revitalize Piqua's riverfront district is moving ahead.

More below:
https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2017/11/17/dayton-area-riverfront-redevelopment-project.html

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Design Teams Present Grand Visions of a Transformed Olentangy River Corridor

The City of Columbus and Ohio State University are interested in strengthening the connections between downtown and campus. With North High Street developing at a rapid rate, both entities have turned their attention to the other primary connection the Olentangy River corridor.

An event last night at the Knowlton School of Architecture was meant to jumpstart a conversation about that corridor and to get people thinking big about what it could look like in the future.

More below:
http://www.columbusunderground.com/design-teams-present-grand-visions-of-a-transformed-olentangy-river-corridor-bw1



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Three visions: Designers eye new future for Olentangy River corridor

Tear out Route 315. Build a lane for autonomous cars through Olentangy River Road. Plan for a Hyperloop through downtown.

These are a few of the ideas architects envision to drive Columbus into the future.

Three teams or architectural firms worked with students from Ohio State University's Knowlton School of Architecture to envision how to develop the Olentangy River corridor between the school and downtown, a charette they hope will guide the future development of an area which has 23,000 residents, 59,000 students and 83,000 employees along five square miles.

More below:
https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/11/19/three-visions-designers-eye-new-future-for.html
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