This trio of developers is proposing design composed of three anchoring features. These include a place for Smart City technologies to be demonstrated, a learning campus with family centered destinations, and an office component being called the “Technology Campus.” Fitting into these three categories, the plan will give the Scioto Peninsula:
1.2 million square feet of offices AKA Technology Campus
1,500 residential units
150,000 square feet of hotels
82,000 square feet of retail and shops
68,000 square feet of family destinations
56,000 square feet of the learning campus AKA 20th Century Learning Campus
28,000 square feet of the Smart City Expo
But, what we really want to know is what it will look like. Here are some examples of Georgetown Company, the Daimler Group, and Kaufman Development’s work:
Not a whole lot is known about what Buckingham Companies plans to do with the Scioto Peninsula Redevelopment Project. However, we do know that the builder wants to make sure that this community is accessible to all and create opportunities for those of all ages and economic backgrounds.
Maybe it’ll look like another one of Buckingham’s projects:
The final decision on who will redevelop the Scioto Peninsula will be made in September of this year. Construction will begin on the project in spring 2018 and take nearly a decade to complete.
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