Plans to transform Columbus’ Cooper Stadium into mixed-use development move forward

The Columbus Development Commission approved plans to turn the former home of the Columbus Clippers minor league baseball team, Cooper Stadium, into a “mixed-use development, with apartments, outdoor event space and retail,” Columbus Business First reports. Developer Arshot, through the LLC Sparc Holding, submitted plans to the city showing a residential building “that could be up to six stories tall”; the first phase of residential development will include at least 100 units, according to the article. The completed project could have up to 550 residential units. Plans also include a dog park, a pool and a fitness facility. The project “is not yet on a city council agenda.” For more, read the full article (subscription may be required).

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