Old Towne East Home Values Skyrocket

Topping the list is Olde Towne East, the neighborhood of century-old homes south of East Broad Street and east of Interstate 71 near Downtown. Zillow found that the average home value there jumped from $87,600 in December 2012 to $134,000 in December 2016 – a rise of 53 percent, with much of the increase occurring during the past three years. READ MORE

January 27, 2017 Columbus Dispatch

Time Money Magazine’s Best Big Cities. Olde Towne East, Gets a Mention! Read Full Article Here

September 17, 2016 Time Magazine

Olde Towne East Related Articles from Columbus Underground

Next Phase of Interstate 70/71 Construction Delayed Until 2018

The next phase of the multi-part Interstate 70/71 “Columbus Crossroads” construction project has officially been pushed back another year to 2018, according to officials at the Ohio Department of Transportation. This phase, known as the “Project 2D — East Interchange” includes the highway intersection where I-71 and I-70 meet on the southeast side of Downtown near Nationwide Children’s Hospital. READ MORE

April 12, 2016 Columbus Underground

New Proposal for Vacant Lot on Parsons Calls for 78 Units, Retail

A new proposal for a long-vacant lot at 122 Parsons Avenue calls for 78 apartments and about 3,300 square feet of retail space. A three-story building would fill most of the one-acre site, with a 106-space first-floor garage providing parking, along with nine outdoor spaces and 20 individual one-car garages accessed from Gustavus Lane. READ MORE

April 11, 2016 Columbus Underground

39 Below FroYo Opening Soon on Parsons Avenue

When we last heard from Carolyn Maloney at 39 Below FroYo, she had announced plans to close her Gay Street store and relocate to Olde Towne East. After a winter hibernation mode, the new shop at 85 Parsons Avenue is nearly ready for its debut. READ MORE

March 14, 2016 Columbus Underground

Rehab Activity Picking up Steam on Near East Side

Neighborhood leaders and city officials are cautiously optimistic about a recent uptick in rehab activity on the Near East Side. John Turner, Administrator of the city’s Land Redevelopment Office, said that 23 homes — all vacant and in need of serious work when they were bought from the city’s land bank — are currently in the process of being renovated in the neighborhood. READ MORE

March 12, 2016 Columbus Underground

Here’s where home prices are appreciating the most in Central Ohio

The top area in Central Ohio for home price appreciation is an urban community made up of historic neighborhoods, iconic restaurants and the second-oldest park in the city. Prices there soared more than 300 percent from 2010 to 2015. READ MORE

Feb 4, 2016 Columbus Biz Insider

Camelot Cellars Relocating to Olde Towne East

Urban boutique winery Camelot Cellars is packing up their business to relocate from the Short North to Olde Towne East. Citing an expanding production and wholesale business, Camelot owner Janine Aquino said that the move is primarily to have more room to grow. READ MORE

December 10, 2015 Columbus Underground

Restaurant Review: J Hot Fish

It’s taken too long to get to J Hot Fish. Some people might know the Olde Towne East location as the former home of the very popular Hot Chicken Takeover (now holed up in the North Market). Others might know it as a longstanding fresh fish market, United Provision. On Thursdays through Sundays, the address is serving up fried seafood from J Hot Fish. READ MORE

October 14, 2015 Columbus Underground

Arcade Super Awesome Opening in Olde Towne East

Arcade Super Awesome is the newest arcade to open in Columbus this summer, but it’s also already been around for the past five years. John Geiger launched the home-based project to host semi-monthly private parties for friends to come and enjoy retro video games together. READ MORE

June 10, 2015 Columbus Underground

Headies Hideout Now Open on Parsons Avenue

If you’ve strolled down Parsons Avenue in Olde Towne East recently, then you may have noticed that a long-time thrift shop has been replaced by a head shop. READ MORE

May 22, 2015 Columbus Underground

Makeover Planned for Parsons Avenue in Olde Towne East

The small stretch of Parsons Avenue that runs along the western edge of Olde Towne East has always been a hotspot of activity for the neighborhood. Home to numerous restaurants, bars, shops and businesses, Parsons Avenue is the default place to go for an art gallery exhibition, a haircut, or a cup of coffee. READ MORE

December 10, 2014Columbus Underground

Olde Towne East re-emerges as ‘a cool place to be’

Last year, Scott Blodgett and Tom House paid $47,000 for an 1,800-square-foot three-story home in the Olde Towne East neighborhood. A block down the street, a slightly smaller home is now listed for $204,000. READ MORE

November 9, 2014 The Columbus Dispatch

Bicyclists’ needs steer line of custom Seagull carryalls

The holiday season means that the four employees at Seagull Bags are sewing all day and into the night. READ MORE

December 15, 2014 The Columbus Dispatch

Food news: J Hot Fish debuts in Olde Towne East this weekend

J Hot Fish, debuting at 1117 Oak St. in Olde Towne East (original digs of Hot Chicken Takeover), opens for lunch and dinner hours Friday and Saturday, March 6-7. Friday hours will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 6-9 p.m., while Saturday the fish and chips stand will be open from 1-4 p.m. READ MORE

March 5, 2015 Columbus Alive

Olde Towne East’s E.T. Paul to end 119 years in tire business

After 119 years, E.T. Paul Co. is about to sell its last tires. The Olde Towne East business, started as a blacksmith shop by the great-grandfather of the current owner, is closing at the end of the month to make way for the state’s expansion of I-71. READ MORE

December 25, 2014 The Columbus Dispatch

At Home: Seeing the Changes of Olde Towne East

Steve D’Aoust has witnessed much of the changes happening in Olde Towne East first hand. “I was born and raised near Detroit and summered in West Virginia and wintered in Marietta,” he says. READ MORE

September 7, 2014 Columbus Underground

A new generation in Olde Towne East

North of Main Street, Parsons hosts an eccentric little strip of establishments. Ron Barker’s ornery punker tavern, Carabar, is there; so too is Upper Cup, just a bit north, and nearly adjacent to Chop Chop, the longtime feisty gallery. READ MORE

July 31, 2014 614 Columbus

Some Olde Towne East tour renovations finished just in time

For the past 15 years, Tamera Bryant has been hard at work transforming an Olde Towne East duplex into a single-family home. Now, with countless hours of restoration under her belt, she’s working on a firm deadline of Sunday to put the finishing touches on the first floor so the house shines in the neighborhood’s Summer Tour of Historic Homes. READ MORE

July 6, 2014 The Columbus Dispatch

The next wave: Where is region’s next Short North?

Forward-thinking developers have helped Columbus join the national trend of urban revitalization — bringing working, shopping, dining and living spaces together in attractive, walkable environments. READ MORE

June 29, 2014 The Columbus Dispatch