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By J.T. Fellows, Digital Content Producer
A $200,000 pocket park funded by private donors in the median of a city block that is undergoing dramatic transformation was dedicated Wednesday afternoon in downtown Columbus. The park was dedicated in a ceremony attended by more than 100 people. “This park is not about making money or who gets the credit,” Chris Woodruff said. “This is not Chris Woodruff’s park and it’s not Uptown Columbus’ park. This is our park.”
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Work is underway for a new downtown gathering space in the median of the 1200 block of Broadway.
It is kind of back to the future, said Columbus businessman Chris Woodruff, a downtown resident and property owner who has spearheaded the project.
“Back in the 1800s, the median was the gathering space for people,” Woodruff said Friday. “All we are doing is going back to our roots.”
President of The Cotton Companies Chris Woodruff talks about the lifecycle of the real estate development process, with discussing his recently completed project on Broadway.
President of The Cotton Companies Chris Woodruff talks about the continued momentum for real estate development in Uptown Columbus. He also talks about the Cotton Companies development of 1230 and 1232 Broadway.
The 1200 block of Broadway, with its assortment of smaller two-story buildings has become attractive to smaller investors looking to score the perfect spot for a restaurant or business… article by ROBIN TRIMARCHI
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