Robin Oatts wasn't planning to go into the photography business. "I really didn't know what I wanted to do when I graduated high school," she says. She ended up attending the School of Advertising Art in Dayton and earned a...
The revival of the Brewery District received another spark last November when WSA Studio moved into The Jack building. A 42-year-old legacy firm, WSA Studio began in Grandview Heights on December 7, 1970 as Wandel & Schnell Architects by founders...
A long-time empty space in the heart of the Arena District has received a new life. You may remember treetree's old space in the Berry Boltworks Building. While they loved that space, they were quickly outgrowing it, and even...
When Matt Hoelter was looking for new office space for his business Pixel Park, he happened upon the old Jeni's headquarters near Grandview. One step into the downstairs, and he loved it. Then, he saw the upstairs and loved...
Grandview Yard continues to grow and it's not surprising why. With the walkability of the design and close proximity to Grandview's business areas, as well as an easy hop over to Downtown Columbus, Grandview Yard is an ideal location...
Working out of a home office can only last for so long. Becca Thompson Apfelstadt and Tiffany Wise decided to start their own marketing consulting business in Spring 2009, in the middle of one of the worst economies. "We decided...
Welcome to a new series on The Metropreneur. "At Work" will follow the same approach as Columbus Underground's "At Home" series. We will visit creative spaces around Columbus and have candid talks with the owners and their employees about their...
If you reminisce about the restaurant Engine House No. 5, at 121 Thurman Ave., you are not alone. Although the restaurant has been closed since 1993, when the owner, Chuck Muer, and his wife, Betty, were lost at sea,...

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