In this blog, all photos were taken by Matthew Garsky (@matthewgarsky).
For those wanting to increase their square footage while staying in the heart of the Italian Village, our newly built townhomes are for you. These are some of the best new builds in the area and debut in the early spring of 2018. For now, take a look at our progress with construction and the jaw dropping rendering of our future finished product.
There’s no way around it. The Short North is crammed with people and the one bedroom apartments they live in. We aren’t anti-apartment, but we saw a need for variety. Each of our four 3BR/3.5BA townhomes give residents 2000 square feet in one of the most crowded neighborhoods in the Midwest.
The result: suburban space in an urban setting. The townhome model allows us to maximize square footage while creating a Manhattan flavor that’s fit for a big city. We expect these townhomes to complement the Italian Village’s unique personality and add to its rich culture for decades to come.
We put our all into making sure that every project is perfect, so when we didn’t have guaranteed parking and extra storage space, these townhomes felt incomplete. That’s why each townhome features a 1 car garage and a finished basement. If you’ve ever tried parking in the Short North, then you know what a big deal this is.
As with all Lykens Companies properties, we’re committed to offering our residents top of the line living experiences. We’re well aware that achieving this only happens when all elements of a home come together seamlessly. See how our big picture is made up of the small details.
Our windows are special ordered for each townhome. When visualizing our finished product, natural light was a must. Without it, we’d risk compromising our refreshing aesthetic. As different angles and amounts of light pour into the townhome throughout the day, different aspects of the space’s raw materials are highlighted, like its hardwood flooring and granite countertops.
Speaking of light, the townhomes feature the same light fixtures we’re installing in Budd Dairy. These unique fixtures not only provide elegant lighting, but they also enhance the room’s personality with their unique design.
Anyone familiar with Lykens Companies understands our commitment to the kitchen. With our Italian Village townhomes, this commitment is no different. Each kitchen is finished with highest-grade granite counters and custom crafted wood cabinetry. But we don’t stop at looking pretty. With the cook in mind, we fit each kitchen with the stainless steel amenities every foodie needs when putting together the perfect meal.
Italian Village is rich with history. The neighborhood once centered around the factories therein. Workers lived cheaply and within walking distance of their jobs, evidenced by the neighborhood’s remaining shotgun houses.
Now, the Italian Village has transformed from blue collar into industrial-chic. Its factories are reimagined and revitalized into lofts, food halls, offices, and more. Its garages became coffeeshops and breweries.
The townhomes on Detroit Avenue find themselves steps away from the forthcoming Budd Dairy Food Hall and the lofts in the renovated EJ Thomas factory. Additionally, some of Columbus’s most popular and established spots are right around the corner. Residents will love Fox in the Snow Café, Seventh Son Brewery, The Market, and many more local favorites.
Are You Ready?
These townhomes offer the most complete living experiences on the market. Whether you’re ready to lease, have more questions, or want to schedule a tour, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll connect you to one of our fantastic leasing agents! These townhomes won’t be available for long—the best never are.