Residential, retail and office tenants are moving into their spaces at South Campus Gateway throughout the late summer and fall. Here is a brief overview of the activity so far:I didn't see any open areas where toddlers can run crazily around like they have at the fancy malls but maybe we'll take a look this weekend anyway.
-Law and graduate students began moving into the apartments at South Campus Gateway on Aug. 1. The students are occupying 1595 N. High St. (Building A) and 1620 N. High St. (Building B). The 26 one-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments along East 11th and East Ninth avenues (adjacent to the parking garage) are still under construction with a completion date of Sept. 1.
-Ohio State’s Office of Human Resources opened in its new Gateway space on the third and fourth floors of 1590 N. High St. (Building C) on Aug. 8. Campus Partners is seeking other office tenants for 38,000 square feet of office space on the fourth and fifth floors.
-Barnes & Noble-The Ohio State University Bookstore opened Aug. 15 at 1598 N. High St. with greatly expanded inventory and extended hours. The Long’s Bookstore sign was removed for renovation on July 21 and will be re-hung along High Street on the new bookstore building by the end of August.
-Potbelly Sandwich Works, 10 E. 11th Ave., will be the first restaurant at Gateway with a projected opening date of Aug. 22.
-The Gateway garage is open for patrons with ample, convenient, low-cost parking. The cost is $1 for three hours.
“The art of doing something else, other than the work you're supposed to do, is addictive." -Ben Willis in Cashback
August 26, 2005
South Campus Gateway Update
This in from an email update on the South Campus Gateway Project:
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