Highpoint on Columbus Commons
Moody Nolan was the architect, working for a developer, on this new mixed-use residential / retail development that was the final phase of the Columbus Commons civic improvement project in downtown Columbus, Ohio.
Year of Completion
The project included two six-story buildings with ground floor retail and approximately 301 residential units above. The new buildings form a gateway to the Columbus Commons park and foster street-level activity with retail shops occupying the entire ground floor.
Together with the nine-acre Columbus Commons park and the Bicentennial Pavilion, also designed by Moody Nolan, the new mixed-use development has rejuvenated the former site of the City Center Mall. The success of this project has spurred the development of surrounding apartment and office developments.