Grandview Crossing Market Exterior

Grandview Crossing

From brownfield to bustling neighborhood

Prominently located off Route 33 Dublin Road, Grandview Crossing (GVX) answers the call for quality housing near Columbus and downtown Grandview Heights while championing environmental improvement.

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Grandview Crossing’s Buildings I & J, situated along the entry boulevard, introduces ground-floor retail spaces, breathing life into the streetscape to foster an inviting and lively atmosphere. The four-story structures harmoniously blend durable materials like brick, metal paneling, and wood-tone siding, promising an enduring architectural presence. The buildings contain 69 studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units. This diverse range of options caters to various lifestyles and housing needs, making it an attractive prospect for individuals and families.

Building J is the vibrant heart of GVX, housing the community leasing offices, a fitness center, the inviting Bada Bean Bada Booze coffee shop, and the bustling Collective Market featuring ten food market stalls. Neighboring a 3.5-acre park, this expansive 22,000-square-foot market welcomes patrons to seamlessly transition between its dynamic space and the park, all while enjoying their food and beverages. With 600 seats, encompassing both indoor and outdoor areas, this versatile space includes a second-floor event area and an expansive skylight roof in the main hall. Adding to the sense of community, the market hosts a weekly farmer’s market every Saturday from May through September.

Grandview Crossing is the result of a remarkable cross-jurisdictional public-private partnership involving the City of Grandview Heights, the City of Columbus, and private developers. This collaborative effort harnesses federal, state, and local funds to remediate contaminants and expand the infrastructure network into previously unusable land.

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  • CityGrandview and Columbus, Ohio
  • Collaborators Thrive Companies
  • Year Completed in progress
  • Size of Project 2 mixed-use buildings