The Columbus Warehouse District features 11 historic office buildings, totaling 411,191 square feet, on the northwest side of the central business district of downtown Columbus. Hackman Capital Partners will be renovating the buildings to leverage the market’s creative-office demand, spotlighting irreplaceable architectural keepsakes, such as high ceilings, tall windows, wood and bow-truss ceilings, exposed brick walls and ornamental columns.
The Warehouse District is strategically located in a burgeoning urban hub, minutes from the city’s major highways and blocks from the Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus State Community College, Nationwide Arena and the new Columbus Crew Soccer Stadium. Columbus is the state’s capital and largest city and boasts a consistently healthy growth rate due to its diversified economy, educated workforce and superior infrastructure. The city also is the winner of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s $40 million Smart City Challenge. The $40 million award, combined with $500 million in additional public and private funding will be used to turn Columbus into the nation’s first city to integrate self-driving electric vehicles, smart grids, smart streetlights and collisions avoidance sensors.