January Design Lecture 2023

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In-person registration is now closed but you can still attend online.

Over the last year the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation engaged with 2,000 residents about the future of downtown. The community’s vision is for a more inclusive, more equitable, and more vibrant downtown—to reimagine mobility so that it is quick, safe, and easy to get around Downtown without a car and more things to see and do—reflecting the rich diversity of Columbus residents.

At this session we will hear from Amy Taylor about this new strategic plan for downtown Columbus and updates about The Peninsula.

About Amy Edwards Taylor. Amy Taylor puts passion into practice as the President of the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation and Capitol South, where she has led the creation of city-changing projects in Downtown Columbus, such as the Scioto Mile, Columbus Commons, the Scioto Greenways river revitalization project and the National Veterans Memorial and Museum. These developments have created green space and cultural attractions that revitalized the heart of Ohio’s capital city, catalyzing more than $400 million in private investments. Currently, she serves as project executive for The Peninsula mixed-use development, leading efforts of the public and private sectors to redevelopment this key area of downtown.

This is a hybrid event with in person and online options available.  Lunch will be provided for in person attendees.

January 24, 2023
12-1 PM

Earn 1.0 LU|HSW
Members: Free
Non-Members: $20

The Center for Architecture and Design
50 W Town St, Suite 110
Columbus, OH 43215

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