Suburban growth remains strong in central Ohio
Posted May 25, 2017
It isn’t nearly finished, but Grandview Yard is already making a big impact.
The number of people living in Grandview Heights grew by the largest percentage among all Franklin County cities last year, according to census estimates released Thursday. The suburb’s population increased by about 5 percent and is now home to 7,628 people.
Grandview Yard, the 125-acre mixed-use development on the city’s east side, on the site of a former warehouse, is likely a major factor in the growth, Mayor Ray DeGraw said.
“It’s an exciting time for us,” he said.
Grandview Yard will add an estimated 1,300 residential units and 1.2 million square feet of retail space once it’s complete. Nationwide Realty Investors is its developer. Construction began in 2009 and likely will continue for several more years.
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Take a sneak peak at 828 at the Yard condominiums:
Progress is building with anticipated completion this summer! City and courtyard views available.
The interiors are still being completed but here are some renderings to give you a good visual of the quality and style of home. With custom options available, each home will be unique to the owner. Start by choosing a floor plan here.
Let’s not forget about Yard Club, the 13,000 sq. ft. amenities building that 828 at the Yard owners will have access to!