Crawford Hoying Announces Final Plans for 800 North High
DUBLIN, OH Construction of the ten-story, mixed-use 800 North High building located in the Short North will begin Fall 2017. Co-anchored by the Moxy Hotel and exceptional office space, the Crawford Hoying development incorporates both stunning architecture and a unique experience for both travelers and Columbus, Ohio, residents. The project, scheduled for completion Spring 2019, features multiple open terraces, an open-air rooftop bar, Class A office space and a ground floor restaurant that opens to High Street.
"We are excited to contribute to a place like the Short North," said Crawford Hoying President Brent Crawford. "With the diversity of people and businesses, we are eager to elevate the experience for those who love the area as much as we do."
Partnering with Marriott International Inc., the approximately 118-room Moxy Hotel offers guests a stylish and boutique experience. The restaurant will occupy the first floor at roughly 7,000 square feet, while the hotel's lobby will be on the second floor accessed by a monument stair in the lobby off of Hubbard. On the third through fifth floors, 45,000 square feet of Class A office space will be available. The hotel rooms will be on the sixth through ninth floors with the tenth floor being an approximately 6,300-square-foot, independently operated roof-top bar.
"After reviewing the concept, we knew 800 North High would offer a new mix of uses in the corridor, contributing further vibrancy to the Short North," said Italian Village Commission Chair Jason Sudy. "Crawford Hoying was very collaborative in working with the Commission while taking this project from paper to life."
800 North High will be 100 percent valet-only to eliminate potential parking congestion in the Short North.
"Over the past year we have worked closely with the Italian Village commission," said Crawford. "Ultimately we were able to center around a shared vision for this projectto enrich the Short North community through the addition of office users and visitors that will support our local businesses and contribute to the 18 hour vibrancy of the growing neighborhood."