Brexton is proud to once again be the Design Builder in the renovation of a section of Lower Lights Christian Health Center. LLCHC is adding a grocery store to their mission of healthcare for the residents of Franklinton. LLCHC will operate a full-service nonprofit grocery store, Jubilee Market and Cafe, scheduled to open Spring 2018. Continue reading “Brexton adds Grocery Store to Lower Lights Christian Health Center”
Grandview Mayor Ray DeGraw cuts the ribbon and welcomes Brexton’s new headquarters to Goodale Boulevard, Grandview.
After opening remarks by the Mayor and CEO Tim Galvin, city officials and administration staff toured the 5-story building and offices.
Tim Galvin, CEO of Brexton discusses with channel 10 the shortage of construction workers.
Join some of Brexton’s employees as they Dash and Splash for a worthy cause!
“Women rise to upper levels in real estate development and construction.” Brian Ball
Columbus CEO Magazine, July 2017, pg.84
Brexton is proud of their women in real estate and congratulates Melanie on being included in the July issue of Columbus CEO Magazine. Check it out!
“(I have) a network of women who struggle with the same things I have struggled with. We’re always willing to help each other, and that’s a wonderful thing.”
Melanie Wollenberg, Executive Vice President, Brexton LLC
With a redevelopment project for Goodale Boulevard nearing completion and a plan to adapt an existing property approved, the city of Grandview Heights is beginning to mull how it can shape future development along the thoroughfare.
Brexton Construction is halfway finished with the five-story building it is constructing on the former reTAGit site at 1123 Goodale Blvd.
The ground floor will have covered parking, with self-storage space on the second, third and fourth floors and Brexton’s new corporate headquarters on the top floor.