Madison White-Haines Buildings
The Madison White-Haines project joins three historic buildings, constructed from 1898 to 1913, for a total of 101,000 SF with 44 units consisting of studios, one- and two-bedrooms. The project uses federally-funded historic tax credits to preserve exterior facades. The improvements in the interior maintain the existing decorative cornice and plaster work in the White Haines building and the integrity of exposed finishes across floors. The complex project also includes connections to the new build, 100 N High, to the north of the project and a restaurant in the building to the south.
The ground floor will host galleries connecting the buildings to Janet Echelman’s floating sculpture, Current, at the corner of High and Gay. The restaurant bar, dining, and presentation kitchen are located in the adjacent building with a back-of-house kitchen, support spaces, and utility connections within the Madison White-Haines, with an easement between the properties in perpetuity.
- CityColumbus, Ohio
- Size of Project101,000 SF
- CollaboratorsEdwards Companies