Columbus

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Columbus Multifamily Report – April 2024

The rental market remains slow, with isolated bright spots.

Property at 4525 Trueman Blvd., Hilliard, Ohio

Milhaus, HGI Break Ground on 359-Unit Columbus Project

First Internet Bank of Indiana provided a $51 million construction loan.

A view of an oval swimming pools with apartments with balconies on either side. The Columbus skyline is visible in the background.

Thrive Cos. Lands $166M in Refis for Columbus Communities

Affinius Capital provided debt to the properties.

A second phase of the Lockbourne Greene project is proposed to create seven single-family homes developed by Healthy Homes. Image courtesy of Woda Cooper Cos.

Affordable Columbus Community Debuts

The developers broke ground on the project in 2022.

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Columbus Multifamily Report – September 2023

Rents are slowly but steadily rising.

The NRP Group, the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority, Mayor Andrew Ginther and state/local officials at the grand opening of The Sinclair Apartment Homes. Image courtesy of The NRP Group

NRP Group Opens $40M Affordable Community in Columbus

The company has developed the 180-unit project in a partnership with the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority.

Designed by New Avenue Architects & Engineers to achieve the LEED certification, The Encalve on Main will include energy efficient features. Image courtesy of Woda Cooper Cos.

Woda Cooper JV Breaks Ground on Columbus-Area Affordable Community

The Enclave on Main will comprise 102 residential units.

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Columbus Multifamily Report – April 2023

Amid above-average growth, the market is growing when others slow down.

1495 Granville Pike. Image courtesy of Trilogy Health Services

Trilogy Breaks Ground on Ohio Senior Housing Community

The property will include independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing accomodations.

Columbus Multifamily Report – September 2022

Transactions volume remains elevated in Ohio’s capital.