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Old Posted Jul 29, 2020, 10:11 PM
edale edale is offline
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Columbus has the growth to start seeing some residential skyscrapers. They've seen an impressive amount of infill, but most of it has been low-rise so far. I could see a high-rise boom happening in C-bus soon, but not sure if it'd rise to 700 feet.

Cleveland's getting a new Sherwin Williams HQ, but I think it's expected to be more in the 500' range. They've had a couple residential towers go up too, and lots of historic conversions downtown. Not sure if they have the growth to justify a 700' residential tower, but the Cleveland region does appear to build taller than Columbus, despite Columbus growing much, much faster.
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