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  1. The Peninsula Phase II Mixed-Use Development

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    Moody Nolan is working with the developers, Daimler Group and Flaherty & Collins, on the next phase of the development at the Scioto Peninsula along Broad Street in Columbus.

  2. Karl Road Branch Library

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    Originally designed by Moody Nolan, the existing Karl Road branch has been an anchor for the evolving neighborhood for over 30 years. The area has now become a multi-cultural neighborhood with many different nationalities and needs. The design aspires to create a space where people of various backgrounds can come together to connect. The “Place of Connection” strives to bring to its patrons’ information, resources, technology, and many uplifting tools to facilitate positive and impactful change in the community.

  3. Friedman Wrestling Center Renovation and Addition

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    The Friedman Wrestling Center, completed in 2002, is the nation’s only stand-alone facility devoted entirely to collegiate wrestling. Cornell’s wrestling program has won 16 consecutive Ivy League titles and graduated six national champions since 2010. Named for alumnus Stephen Friedman and Trustee Barbara Benioff Friedman, the 16,000 gross sq. ft. building features a 900-seat arena, a student lounge, and locker/training rooms.

  4. Centennial Field House

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    The Mount St. Joseph University Recreation and Fitness Center is an inclusive forum for all students to learn make healthy lifestyle choices, serves as a magnet to connect students, faculty, and staff as well as the Mount’s commitment to promote the balanced development of body, mind, and spirit.

  5. Recreation and Wellness Center

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    The Recreation and Wellness Center will serve as a catalyst to connect the lower portions of campus with the upper portions on the hilltop, eliminating the perceived divide between the two regions. Replacing the O’Hara Garage and Learning Research and Development (LRDC), the Recreation and Wellness Center integrates recreation, fitness, student life and academic spaces.