“The Jack,” is tucked away in the heart of the Brewery District and offers its new tenants a unique structure filled with heavy timber ceilings, aged and distressed brick walls, industrial windows, raw concrete floors, a dramatic elevator shaftway, private parking and a roof terrace. The firm’s decision to salvage an aging building highlights their commitment to practicing local sustainability and an investment in rehabilitating this mixed-use development in downtown Columbus. The Jack’s apartments signify a live-work environment, with the building being occupied 24-7, both by the tenants and work employees allowing the building to really live within the Brewery District.
Read our recent Reclaiming Columbus post on The Jack here.
Year Completed: 2011
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Client: 1000 South Front, LLC
Square Footage: 13,000 SF
Consultants: SMBH, Prater Engineering, Sands Decker
General Contractor: Blanchard Construction