It’s not every day that a development proposal gets amended, but it’s even rarer for the amendment to be so visible.
SCS Development has amended its initial proposal for the SCS Property, including, among other things, the concept of a community Main Street. The involvement of the community, as well as the support of SCS, is likely the most visible difference.
The first part of their new proposal involves creating a Main Street that will run through all four buildings on the property and connect them together into one cohesive space.
This will serve several purposes: it will give residents easier access to each building; it will encourage socialization between residents, and it will promote business growth by increasing foot traffic.
This is an exciting step forward for this project because it shows SCS Development’s willingness to listen to what people have to say about their plans—and then incorporate those ideas into their own work!
A TopGolf in the Works
The SCS development team is talking with TopGolf about being part of their proposed community downtown project in the heart of Dublin. This would mean that one of the most popular entertainment venues on the planet would be just a short drive away from our homes, offices, and schools.
TopGolf is a golfing facility that offers an upscale bar and restaurant experience where players can play a game of mini-golf while competing against their friends or other patrons.
The company’s facilities are known for their high-tech design, which includes climate control systems that keep the temperature consistent year-round. The venue also has a sophisticated lighting system so players can enjoy playing at night or during bad weather conditions like rain or snow—something that’s very important in Columbus where we get plenty of both!
The Dublin project will include retail space for local businesses as well as housing options for families or individuals who want to live downtown but don’t have enough income to afford rent at higher-end apartments like those found in Columbus’ Short North area (which is just 15 minutes away by car).
It will also be home to some kind of training facility for athletes who need a place to hone their skills before heading off to compete in professional leagues.
What This Means for Dublin
This project is going to change the face of Dublin, and it will bring many new opportunities for residents. With a brand-new downtown and shopping center being built on the city’s grounds, developers are planning to create a mixed-use environment with hotels, restaurants, stores and more. You won’t have to go far to find what you need: everything will be within walking distance or easily accessible via car or public transport.