New Library Design Proposal to Dublin City Council
Dublin City Council Approves Plans for AC Hotel by Marriott
Dublin City Council has approved the basic development plan and basic site plan for a proposed AC Hotel by Marriott, as well as three additional structures for inclusion in the Bridge Park neighborhood. The plans were presented by representatives of Crawford Hoying Development and architect Moody Nolan at Dublin City Council’s regular business meeting on Monday, December 7, 2015.
Bridge Park A Block Hotel – Informal review and feedback
Dublin City Council members got a peek at the proposed eight story, 150-key AC by Marriott hotel for Bridge Park during an informal review at the October 26, 2015 Council meeting.
Council Member Greg Peterson comments on the recent top credit ratings from Moody’s Investors Service and Fitch.
Dublin City Council Meeting – Monday, September 21, 2015
“For me, this is probably the most important thing I have personally seen about the Bridge Street District,” commented Dublin City Council Member Greg Peterson. “This kind of endorsement from an independent rating agency goes to the heart of the financial structure of the entire development. If anybody wants to really understand the financial structure of the Bridge Street District you need to read the Fitch Ratings report.”
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Council Unanimously Approves Bridge Park Development Agreement
Last night Dublin City Council approved ordinance 44.15 which provides the framework for the private/public partnerships and the financing tools recommended to advance the development of Bridge Park.
Crawford Hoying Development Partners have been working with City Council, staff and various boards and commissions since 2013 on plans to redevelop the east and west sides of Riverside Drive north of S.R. 161 into an urban, walkable, mixed-use housing, retail and commercial neighborhood. Bridge Park will feature condominiums and apartments, a grocery store, restaurants, retail, office spaces, parking structures, a hotel and a separate conference center developed in multiple phases over the next few years.
Council heard the first reading of the Development Agreement on July 13th. Council passed the ordinance 7-0 at the second reading on August 10.
For more information on the Bridge Park Development Agreement and/or the Bridge Street District go to: www.BridgeStreet.DublinOhioUSA.gov.
Dublin City Council Special Meeting – Monday, July 13
Dublin City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday, July 13, 2015 to review a proposed development agreement between the City of Dublin and Bridge Street District developer Crawford Hoying.
Council heard the first reading of Ordinances 44.15 and 45.15 which provide the framework for the private/public partnerships and the financing tools recommended to advance the development of Bridge Park.
A second reading of Ordinances 44.15 and 45.15 and the public hearing is scheduled for August 10, 2015 beginning at 7 p.m.
City Manager – Dana McDaniel
Director of Strategic Initiatives/Special Projects – Terry Foegler
Director of Finance – Angel Mumma
Principal, Crawford Hoying – Brent Crawford
We encourage you to get the facts
Dublin City Council and the City Administration value transparency and appreciate public engagement.
Visit the web: bridgestreet.dublinohiousa.gov/get-the-facts
Email City Council: dublinohiousa.gov/contact-us/contact-dublin-city-council
Watch the meeting: dublinohiousa.gov/watch-council-meetings/council-meeting-monday-july-13-2015
Schedule a speaker: Call City Hall/Community Relations at 614.410.4450
Dublin City Council
Back Row: Tim Lecklider (Ward 4), Christina A. Alutto (At-Large), Amy Salay (Ward 2), Chris Amorose Groomes (At-Large), Michael Keenan (At-Large). Front Row: Mayor Greg Peterson (Ward 1), Vice Mayor John Reiner (Ward 3),