Underhill & Hodge oversaw the zoning of and economic development components of this major mixed-use development project at State Route 161/Hamilton Road interchange in Columbus, Ohio. See the full details and learn more about the project on the development website here
In conjunction with Google affiliate Montauk Innovations, Underhill & Hodge handled the sales transaction of New Albany property where the tech giant plans to invest $600-million in the development of data centers and offices.
Underhill & Hodge led a zoning project that created 310 acres for office and commercial use, bringing in approximately $4.2 million dollars in revenue to the New Albany area as well as additional property tax revenue for the New Albany-Plain Local school district. The New Albany Business Park is home to many global brands like American Electric Power, Bath & Body Works, Google, and more.
Acting as lead counsel for The Ohio State University, our team handled the annexation, zoning, and development of economic incentives in Powell, Ohio for a 400,000+ square-foot ambulatory care medical center. This landmark project marks the university’s first major move away from campus.
Underhill & Hodge navigated the majority of the entitlements for Swensons, an Akron-based drive-in restaurant, as it enters the Columbus marketplace with their Dublin location.
Facebook announced a $750 million project to build a data center in New Albany, Ohio. The development will help advance and diversify Ohio’s professional landscape, an initiative Underhill & Hodge is proud to support through our facilitation of the property sales transaction.
Underhill & Hodge is leading the redevelopment of the historic trolley barn to welcome The Trolley District—a $14 million market, restaurant, and brewpub development in Columbus’ Near East Side. This landmark project is a catalyst for continued growth in this area.
Our firm handled the zoning of this 372-unit single-family community in Jefferson Township, Franklin County, Ohio. The goals and challenges of this project included sustainability and economic concerns with importance given to using natural materials over more affordable but environmentally taxing vinyl options while still ensuring affordability for young families and those working in the area.
To assist in the development of this dynamic downtown area, our firm aided in structuring joint venture, property transfers, leases, land use entitlements, and reciprocal easement agreements.
Underhill & Hodge oversaw the sale of this 100-acre property which added 240 age-restricted single family homes in the New Albany area. The development of this community also adds $1.9 million annually in property-tax revenue for the local school district.
Our firm is proud to be part of a Columbus-area redevelopment project to turn a decrepit strip club property into a 218-unit apartment complex. This new development introduces affordable housing options in an area where there previously were none.
Our legal team led the rezoning and Architectural Review Board approvals process for Kemper House, a facility that serves patients with Alzheimer’s and other memory-debilitating conditions. The 54-unit elderly care facility provides housing and fulfills special care needs in the historic City of Worthington.
After the big-box development vacated their site, Underhill & Hodge navigated the redevelopment and zoning of the Anderon’s building and corresponding 17-acre property into 614 residential apartment units.