Brexton demolishing ReTagIt building in Grandview for five-story HQ. The company will move its headquarters to Grandview Heights from Columbus. Brexton will build a five-story headquarters and storage facility along Goodale.
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Grandview Heights City Council has scheduled a public hearing for 6 p.m. June 20 regarding an appeal of the planning commission’s denial of an application for a new five-story mixed-used commercial building on Goodale Boulevard.
A Columbus development and construction company is considering moving its headquarters to Grandview Heights amid a rapid growth spurt.
Tri-Village is not your typical self-storage facility. Brexton LLC’s new six-story building at 195 E. Long St. in downtown Columbus offers a temperature-controlled wine storage area, kept at 55 degrees and 70 percent humidity, and a well appointed wine tasting room.
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Brexton Development and Construction has experienced over six hundred percent growth in 2015-16. Brexton offers a diverse range of Healthcare, Office, Retail, Multi- family, Institutional, Warehouse and Luxury Self-Storage expertise. Brexton’s 2015-16 Projects total over $71M in value, the prior (matching) years of 2013-14 totaled $10M.
Brexton LLC is moving forward with plans to build a five-story storage facility in the Brewery District after receiving approval from the neighborhood’s architectural review commission earlier this month.
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Working with family can bring challenges – not everyone gets to rehash board room arguments at the dinner table. And considering that by 2017 an estimated 40 percent of family business owners expect to retire – and less than half retiring in five years have picked a successor – transition planning can be a delicate issue.
Reminderville — Walls are going up at the new $5.1 million Reminderville Recreation Center at Glenwood Boulevard and Liberty Road, and village officials are hoping for a July opening.
With close to 50,000 self-storage facilities in the United States, it’s hard to believe there could an underserved area. But there is—Columbus, Ohio. And now, one developer is trying to do something about it.