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  1. River & Rich

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    The exciting, new mixed-use development project located in East Franklinton, runs along the Scioto River and recently completed Scioto Greenways. The trade area boasts a high daytime demographic of 119,161 with 39.9% of residents living and working within the trade area, traveling less than 14 minutes to work. Phase I of the project includes +/- 24,000 square-feet of ground floor retail along Rich Street, a 300-space parking garage and over 200 residential units. The two larger buildings, designed by Moody Nolan, face Rich Street. These mixed use buildings include a concrete podium and wood construction above it. The residential units are designed to incorporate large windows and industrial looking balconies that create interest and populate the public streets. The lower level of the buildings incorporate live work units that will open to the street with local artist artifacts and other type of unique businesses.

  2. The Residences at Topiary Park

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    Together with Encova Realty (formerly Motorists), Moody Nolan developed an overall master development plan with diverse real estate holdings in the Topiary Park neighborhood and near the Encova corporate headquarters. The development creates a vibrant community tied to surrounding neighborhoods and businesses and increase the overall aesthetic appeal of the east side and Topiary Park. Reinforcing this idea, Moody Nolan leveraged the aesthetics and style of Topiary Park as a unique Columbus City landmark and neighborhood identifier. The goal of the master development plan is to develop a consolidated and cohesive campus that provides a neighborhood with convenient amenities to residents and company employees.

  3. Bridge Park Development

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    Sitting on the east bank of the Scioto River in downtown Dublin, Ohio, the design provides an interesting, walkable setting for urban lifestyles that places value on human scale and a diversity of experiences. In partnership with Crawford Hoying Development, Moody Nolan is serving as the Architect-of-Record and providing design services for this multi-building, mixed-use development.

  4. Highpoint on Columbus Commons

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    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.

  5. The Banks

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    The Banks is a mixed-use development, uniquely situated on the Ohio River at the foot of the historic Roebling Suspension Bridge and between the Great American Ballpark and Paul Brown Stadium. A multi phased project, it provides an active and vibrant connection between downtown Cincinnati and the river front, filling what was essentially a void in this important connection. The completed work transformed the urban riverfront into a vibrant and sustainable gateway, linking the existing entertainment venues and providing a variety of attractions within itself.