May 10, 2018
By Tristan Navera, Staff reporter | Columbus Business First
Grandview Yard’s latest housing option is 828 at the Yard.
Nationwide Realty Investors has begun looking for buyers for the 35 units in the five-story building sitting near the middle of the mixed-use development. The high-end condominium development off Bobcat Avenue has two-bedroom units in the 1,400- to 1,570-square-foot range. They’re being sold for prices ranging from $425,000 to $514,000.
Each of the properties has two bathrooms to a unit, with each featuring a patio or balcony, stainless steel appliances and 10-foot ceilings. Some of the units will be finished out and others allow for the tenant to make their own upgrades.
The building has a 15-year, 50-percent property tax abatement.
The property has an on-site clubhouse and memberships that give all of Grandview Yard’s residents access to a pool, fitness area, conference and community spaces. The homeowners’ association fees are around $300 to $400 a year as well.
Several of the units are already under contract.
A hallmark of the Grandview Yard development has been a mix of different housing options. Nearby, M/I Homes Inc. and Wagenbrenner Development are preparing dense homebuilding including 79 single-family homes in a new-to-market neighborhood layout, and 40 nearby attached homes on the northwestern portion of the development.
Grandview Yard’s master plan calls for 1,500 residential units, a mix of rental and owner-occupied properties. Right now, about 800 rental units have been completed and about 200 owner-occupied units have been completed. Nationwide will let the market dictate if more condos come to the development, it said.
The building was designed by Columbus-based Lupton Rausch Architecture + Interior Design.