Business

Bank, Convenience Store On Liberty Townshp Zoning Commission Agenda

11 Jan , 2021  

By 1808Delaware

Two development projects will be considered by the Liberty Township Zoning Commission at their upcoming January 20 meeting.

The first concerns the proposed construction of a new Huntington Bank facility on 1.585 acres at 4072 West Powell Road, which would replace existing structures. This in turn would require an amendment to the Big Bear Farms Development Plan.

The second proposal is for Final Development Plan approval for a 3.558 acres site in Seldom Seen Acres. More…

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Business

Second Location Announced For Son Of Thurman

21 Dec , 2020  

By 1808Delaware, Updated

One of Delaware’s favorite dining experiences is expanding.

In a social media post on Wednesday, Son of Thurman, part of the Thurman Café Family of restaurants, announced that its 2nd location, (3rd overall), will be opening in Galena/Westerville in early 2021.

Son Of Thurman acquired the former Mudflats at 31 Columbus Street in Galena during the fall of 2020 and is currently remodeling with a target opening date of February.

While circumstances have been difficult for the restaurant industry this year, Son Of Thurman shared that it has worked towards growth, in addition to navigating the travails of the global pandemic and the effects it has had on the service industry. More…

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Business

COhatch Named Fastest Growing Private Company In Central Ohio

10 Nov , 2020  

By 1808Delaware

COhatch, which may be the Midwest’s fastest growing co-working experience, has been recognized by Columbus Business First with a singular accolade.

The company currently has three Delaware County locations — The Newsstand located in the former Delaware Gazette building, and The Pub and The Hub, located at the Polaris Fashion Place Mall.

The company’s 274% growth rate over the last three years landed them the top position on Business First’s recently released and annual Fast 50, a ranking of the fastest growing private companies in central Ohio. More…

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Business

Greif Declares Third Quarter Dividends

26 Aug , 2020  

(PRNewsfoto/Greif)

Greif, Inc., a global leader in industrial packaging products and services, announced today that its Board of Directors has declared quarterly cash dividends of $0.44 per share on its Class A Common Stock, and $0.66 per share on its Class B Common Stock.

The dividends are payable on October 1, 2020, to stockholders of record at the close of business on September 17, 2020.

About Greif, Inc. More…

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Business

Powell Company Receives Third Frontier Award

13 Jul , 2020  

The Ohio Third Frontier Commission recently approved $5.34 million to help move new technologies and innovative products into the marketplace.

One company receiving an award is based here in Delaware County.

“Advancing these new ideas and solutions continues Ohio’s great history of innovation,” said Lydia L. Mihalik, director of the Ohio Development Services Agency and chair of the Ohio Third Frontier Commission. “Innovation is in our DNA, and these are the technologies and companies that will keep Ohio moving forward.” More…

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Business

COhatch Expanding In Cincinnati, Indianapolis

28 Jun , 2020  

By: 1808Delaware, COhatch

COhatch, which may be the Midwest’s fastest growing co-working experience, is again in the process of opening more locations, this time in Cincinnati and Indianapolis.

The company currently has three Delaware County locations — The Newsstand located in the former Delaware Gazette building, and The Pub and The Hub, located at the Polaris Fashion Place Mall.

Here are details of the new locations courtesy of a COhatch press release and a trade journal article. More…

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Business

Polaris JCPenneyTo Offer Curbside Service

3 Mar , 2020  

On Monday, JCPenney announced that it will expand curbside pickup services to 50 additional locations across the U.S..

Two Central Ohio locations are included — Polaris and Tuttle Crossing.

JCPenney Style on the Go Curbside Pickup offers customers the option to quickly grab online orders without leaving the comfort of their car. The expansion comes after a successful pilot at the Company’s Brand-Defining Store, where customers responded positively to the speed and ease of the experience. More…

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Business, Polaris Area

Could New York City’s Loss Be Delaware County’s Gain?

30 Oct , 2019  

That question is an actual one based on a report released on Monday by financial media company Bloomberg.

In a piece entitled, “JPMorgan Weighs Shifting Thousands of Jobs Out of New York Area,” Bloomberg shared news that the banking company is considering moving thousands of employees out of its Manhattan headquarters in light of a possible future recession. More…

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Business

Orthopedic One Building New HQ, Business First Reports

12 Oct , 2019  

A new headquarters building for Orthopedic One will soon be erected in Delaware County, Columbus Business First reported earlier this week.

The firm, Ohio’s largest independent orthopedic practice, is building a four story, 80,000 square foot building. It will be located at Polaris Parkway and Africa Road in the Westar development. More…

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Business

Multi-Tenant Food And Beverage Venue Coming To Polaris Fashion Place

9 Oct , 2019  

The game of reinvention continues in the retail world as online shopping is forcing changes in traditional, physical location shopping.

This is no more true than in the world of shopping malls. And this is certainly the case at central Ohio’s largest indoor shopping center, Polaris Fashion Mall.

Washington Prime Group Inc., the center’s owner, recently announced a new multi-tenant food and beverage venue slated to hit Columbus-based Polaris Fashion Place® in 2020. The venue will be home to an all-local culinary lineup, featuring at least two dining options at a time, with plans to incubate local food and beverage purveyors on a rotational basis. More…

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Business

Delaware County Leads State In New Business Starts, Dispatch Reports

4 Oct , 2019  

In a Thursday story by Columbus Dispatch reporter Mark Williams, the paper reported that recent years have seen a strong increase in the number of business locations in Ohio, but also that those locations are shifting to suburban locations.

In other words, the growth of suburban and exurban areas continues, particularly in those counties surrounding Columbus. More…

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Business

Bank Of America To Be Anchor Tenant In New Polaris Project

30 Sep , 2019  

VanTrust Real Estate, a national developer with a regional office in Columbus, recently broke ground for the second phase of the Pointe at Polaris project. It includes a 145,000-square-foot office building and 260 apartment units. Bank of America is the anchor tenant, having signed a long-term lease for 60,000 square feet. The project, expected to be completed by the end of 2020, is the second phase of the Pointe at Polaris project built as a joint venture with Polaris developer NP Ltd. More…

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