10 development updates announced in March

The 10 projects that had updates, announcements, or new details in March 2023 in Columbus, Ohio.


Officials predict the community center to be finished in 2025. | Photo via Upper Arlington City Council

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It seems like cranes are always up to something in Columbus lately — or maybe that’s just what these recent development details are telling us. Take a look at some of the biggest updates and projects that were announced this month.


  • Upper Arlington City Council discussed parking updates to the new Community Center that is slated for construction next month. Plus, check out this recap of Febraury’s meeting.
  • A former Bob Evans on Riverside Drive will become a school for swimming lessons with hopes to open by the end of the year.


  • Central Insurance plans to move into a 48,000+ sqft space at Dublin’s Bridge Park this winter.
  • Wright-Patt Credit Union opened a new branch this week in Canal Winchester + hopes to open another later this year in Gahanna.
  • Discover broke ground on a $16 million customer care center in Whitehall + aims to open in 2024.


  • Central Ohio Primary Care broke ground in Reynoldsburg on the second largest medical campus in the Columbus region, totaling $19 million + 62,000 sqft.
  • New Albany Co. continues to grow its land bank after adding 100+ acres of land in Johnstown this year.
  • M/I Homes, a Columbus-based developer, is building 500+ new single-family homes just outside of the city near the Olentangy Local Schools District.
  • Terra Alta LLC., Columbus-based home builders affiliated with Romanelli & Hughes, proposed 86 new single-family homes on 470+ acres of land in Delaware.
  • A solar panel manufacturing company will build a 1.1 million sqft factory in Pataskala that will eventually employ 850 people.

Looking to dive into more developments? Check out our guide to 40+ new and coming-soon businesses in Columbus that was just updated this month.

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