Anne Evans is the Co-Founder and Director of Operations for TheMetropreneur and ColumbusUnderground. She also regularly contributes to both sites with features focusing on living (At Home) and working (At Work) in urban areas and creative spaces. She enjoys scrapbooking, parties, her family and restoring a 100+ year old home close to Downtown Columbus.
The revival of the Brewery District received another spark last November when WSA Studio moved into The Jack building.
A 42-year-old legacy firm, WSA Studio began in Grandview Heights on December 7, 1970 as Wandel & Schnell Architects by founders Bob Wandel and Tom Schnell. Investing in studio space... November 13th, 2012 | At Work | Read More
John Hoffman, co-owner of Columbus Camera Group.
Adapting a building for a use other than what it was intended is not always easy, but always appreciated. The Columbus Camera Group has had its business inside a church that was originally home to the North Congregational.
Later, the building housed the... October 15th, 2012 | At Work | Read More
Dr. Carol L. Clinton.
Just steps away from the hustle and bustle of Historic Dublin’s High Street is the peaceful office and practice of Timeless Skin Solutions.
Dr. Carol L. Clinton bought the space about four years ago to house her full-time private dermatology practice. Previously, she had offices... September 14th, 2012 | At Work | Read More
It took a little time, but Brett Kaufman found a great office space for his business, Kaufman Development, and he found it just where he wanted to be – in the Short North.
“I had looked all over downtown,” says Kaufman. His company had previously been at Easton but was outgrowing the... August 15th, 2012 | At Work | Read More
Origo Branding Co. has an office space that many would dream of. A wonderful location downtown. Part of a beautiful old building. An entrance right off High Street. Soaring ceilings. Tall windows. Built-in storage space everywhere. It’s a fun atmosphere that is part of the rebirth of downtown Columbus.
Six... July 16th, 2012 | At Work | Read More
Have you been past the bright aqua building in the Short North and wondered what it could be? The 1,200-square-foot cinder block building on Poplar Avenue used to be a car wash. When Gina Cronley and Kris Harrison decided they would look for studio space, they saw a “For Rent” sign in the... June 18th, 2012 | At Work | Read More
It’s been just a little over a year since we spoke to Alaina Shearer and toured Cement Marketing’s space. Now, the company has found a new home on the second floor of 15 E. Gay St. and its staff couldn’t be happier. (To the right is a picture for the postcard project the company did... May 15th, 2012 | At Work | Read More
If you reminisce about the restaurant Engine House No. 5, at 121 Thurman Ave., you are not alone. Although the restaurant has been closed since 1993, when the owner, Chuck Muer, and his wife, Betty, were lost at sea, many do not realize it is no longer a restaurant.
The interior of Engine House No. 5... April 16th, 2012 | At Work | Read More