Co-host Javier Sanchez sits down with Amy Schmittauer, president of the Downtown Residents’ Association of Columbus. They discuss Downtown living over a meal at El Arepazo, a Pearl Alley restaurant serving authentic Latin American food.
From its opening in 1927, the LeVeque Tower in downtown Columbus has been a prominent landmark with a troubled history. But a $28 million renovation promises a renaissance. Go on a behind-the-scenes tour with the architects of the LeVeque Tower renovation.
On this episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we take a look at the past and present development of downtown Columbus. We sat down with Amy Taylor of Columbus Downtown Development Corporation to discuss recent changes and what’s next for the neighborhood. Then we visit the LeVeque Tower to learn about the renovation of Columbus’ first skyscraper. […]
Architectural historians Jeff Darbee and his wife, Nancie Recchie, walk us through the renovation of their historic Town Street home.