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Earth Day Electronics Recycling

Earth Day Electronics Recycling

Many tech devices contain elements that harm our environment, like lead and mercury. Help us keep this hazardous e-waste out of the landfill by recycling old electronics instead of tossing them in the trash! Integrated Building Systems invites all neighbors to bring old, unwanted, and non-working electronics to their 7th annual Earth Day Electronics Recycling […]

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Wagenbrenner Battelle Development Update

Wagenbrenner Development has informed the Harrison West Society of a significant change to its proposed development on the Battelle property, between Fifth and Third Avenues and West of Perry Street. The anticipated gourmet grocery store tenant has withdrawn from the project. Prior to withdrawal from the project, the grocer space had a footprint of 40,000 […]

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Harrison House Bed and Breakfast Interview

Harrison House Bed and Breakfast Interview

Ever walk by Harrison House Bed and Breakfast, or any of our other great businesses, and wonder who owns it and what their story is? So did we! And we want to share these stories with you! Our first interview is with Lynn Varney of Harrison House. This beautiful bed and breakfast is know for […]

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Business Profile – Bunn=Minnick Pipe Organs

by Mary Martineau The venerable Bunn=Minnick Pipe Organs building is a veritable neighborhood landmark. An imposing brick presence on Michigan Avenue that is delicately illuminated at night by glowing candles in each window, the structure inspires awe. The impression of its façade deepens with the realization of the unique craftsmanship taking place within. Bunn=Minnick Pipe […]

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Community Capital Development Corporation Columbus

Business Profile – Community Capital Development Corporation

The Community Capital Development Corporation (CCDC) is Ohio’s largest private, non-profit, certified development company. Formed in 1981, it began as an arm of city government intended to access United States Small Business Administration dollars and to put them to use locally. Initially, the CCDC served Columbus exclusively, but it eventually expanded to serve Franklin County […]

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