April 19, 2024


Art Shines Through

Developer proposes six-story art deco-style building at funeral home

Developers are proposing this six-story building on the northwest corner of East Long Street and Hamilton Avenue that would have 90 apartments, a restaurant on the first floor and serve as the entrance to the King-Lincoln Bronzeville neighborhood.

A Columbus developer is proposing a six-story condominium and restaurant development at East Lengthy Street and Hamilton Avenue that would provide as an entrance to the King-Lincoln-Bronzeville neighborhood.

The Kelley Providers is partnering with the Diehl relatives in the growth, proposed for the web page of the Diehl-Whittaker Funeral Support, 720 E. Prolonged St.

The proposal, just lately submitted to the Near East Spot Commission, calls for a six-tale creating on the northwest corner of Prolonged and Hamilton that would contain a cafe, foyer and parking on the floor floor topped by 90 residences previously mentioned.

A 1,600-square-foot decreased level would probably house a jazz speakeasy, a nod to the Near East Aspect neighborhood’s roots as the city’s Black arts district and stopover for going to greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Lionel Hampton and Sammy Davis Jr.