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Some Eau Claire community leaders think the downtown districts get too much attention. I say grow downtown and then watch the ripple effect wash over the periphery.

Interesting article about the potential for spillover on North Main. I envision the area becoming something like East Nashville- fun, cheap, and somewhat low brow with a hipster vibe.    http://www.

A three-story red brick office building could be on the rise along the capital city’s North Main Street corridor. Columbia developer Scott Middleton is seeking design approval for the $17 million

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I could not get around the State's online pay wall, but there is a story on a new brewery in the works for North Main which will be one of the largest in the state. Add that to Cottontown Brew Lab, the War Mouth, and Indah Coffee, and that area is slowly (very slowly) turning the corner.  

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A three-story red brick office building could be on the rise along the capital city’s North Main Street corridor.

Columbia developer Scott Middleton is seeking design approval for the $17 million project, to be located on the same lot as another Middleton family development — an upcoming 65,000-square-foot sports-themed brewery announced in February 2019.

Middleton could not be reached for comment. Potential tenants and the timeline for construction are unknown.

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The site of the old Jim Moore Cadillac dealership at 2222 Main St. could soon be transformed into a luxury apartment complex.

Monday night, the city of Columbia’s Planning Commission voted to approve the site plan from Virginia based developer Commonwealth Properties. The plan also received approval from the city’s Design and Development Review Commission last week.

The two three-story buildings will include 246 apartment units and four “live-work units.”

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The six-month-old NoMa Warehouse in Columbia’s Cottontown neighborhood has plans to integrate a food hall concept into its space, with four to six mobile food vendors posting up.

With hopes for an October launch, executive director Beth Lawson wants to host the vendors at the building for an initial two month tenure. To buoy this addition, the group has taken over a loading dock portion of its building that the landlord had previously used as storage.

That space, which will offer up a covered outdoor area for use by vendors, will inform the area’s eponymous name, The Loading Dock at NoMa Warehouse.

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15 hours ago, krazeeboi said:

The six-month-old NoMa Warehouse in Columbia’s Cottontown neighborhood has plans to integrate a food hall concept into its space, with four to six mobile food vendors posting up.

With hopes for an October launch, executive director Beth Lawson wants to host the vendors at the building for an initial two month tenure. To buoy this addition, the group has taken over a loading dock portion of its building that the landlord had previously used as storage.

That space, which will offer up a covered outdoor area for use by vendors, will inform the area’s eponymous name, The Loading Dock at NoMa Warehouse.

This is a good concept for that area. Do you know if Cottontown Brew Lab and Indah Coffee are still going strong there? 

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