DUBLIN, Ohio — Dublin, Ohio-based developer Crawford Hoying hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for its $350 million mixed-use Bridge Park development on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 11 a.m., making it one of the largest mixed-use projects underway in the Midwest. The groundbreaking took place at the Bridge Park Construction Site, located at 4351 Dale Drive.
The first of the three-phase development spans 30 acres and will include 269,000 square feet of restaurant, office, retail and personal services, two 850-space parking garages, as well as 382 luxury apartment units and 42 condominiums. As outlined in the unanimously approved Bridge Park Development Agreement between Crawford Hoying and the City of Dublin, Phase I will also include more than $155 million in public improvements, of which the City of Dublin will contribute $43.1 million. Slated for a fall 2016 completion, Crawford Hoying is expected to release its first tenants for Phase I in the coming weeks.
“This is a historic day for the City of Dublin and Crawford Hoying as we break ground on a truly one-of-a-kind destination in Ohio,” said Crawford. “We have spent countless hours planning and preparing for this day, and I’m confident Bridge Park will complement the city’s current landscape while setting the foundation for future developments in Dublin.”
This fall, Phase II of the project is slated to break ground, with tenants and development anticipated to be coming online in early 2017. Plans for Phase II include a 150-key hotel, a 500-person event center, as well as significant additions of office, retail, and for-sale and rental residential units. Upon completion, the entire Bridge Park project will include more than 1.1 million square feet of residential space, 220,000 square feet of Class A Office, 120,000 square feet of service retail and 92,000 square feet of restaurants.
For more information on Crawford Hoying and Bridge Park please visit www.crawfordhoying.com.