Todd Boyer Celebrates 15 Years of Service on the Italian Village Commission
Todd has served the neighborhood for fifteen years.
This week, we celebrated Todd Boyer’s final design review hearing as a commissioner for the City of Columbus. For the last fifteen years, Todd has volunteered his expertise and passion in service to the Department of Development and Historic Preservation Office. He served as the Vice Chair of the Design Review Commission for the nationally-registered Italian Village neighborhood of the Short North Arts District.
During Todd’s five consecutive terms, more than $750 million in development has transformed the Short North and Italian Village neighborhood into the city’s most recognized and desirable entertainment, arts, and livable community. Neighborhood property values have risen while modern design for contemporary lifestyles has gracefully integrated within the historic fabric of the neighborhood.
Todd also led WSA’s innovative development at 901 North Fourth Street, sparking the commercial redevelopment of the North Fourth corridor. This project established a precedent for mixed-use development in the Village.
Todd continues to lead our firm in the practice of award-winning redevelopment of historic properties, such as the Seneca, the Jack (WSA’s current office), and 738 Bryden Road. He also continues to contribute his expertise as the Chair of the Design Review Board for the Village of Plain City historic district.
Congratulations, Todd! Thanks for your service and contributions to preservation and redevelopment of our city.