Posts Tagged ‘Franklinton’

Forgeworks Brings Coworking and Incubation Space to Franklinton

Forgeworks Brings Coworking and Incubation Space to Franklinton
The re-purposed factory that is 400 West Rich can add coworking and incubation space to its long list of specialties come May. Forge Columbus is expanding with Forgeworks — a 3,900 square-foot space on the second floor to house local innovators. Founder Reese Neader wants to build a place where businesses,...
February 14th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

At Work: Becoming Part of a Community in Multiple Ways

At Work: Becoming Part of a Community in Multiple Ways
A home office is often a great way to begin a business, but moving into a separate office space can be a wonderful way to grow it. When Tim Lai was let go from a job at a bigger architecture firm in 2010, he saw it as an opportunity to start his own practice. His wife, Eliza Ho, was able to help it...
January 15th, 2014 | At Work | Read More

Kitchen incubator facility to open in Franklinton

Kitchen incubator facility to open in Franklinton
Entrepreneurs with food-based business ideas will soon find it easier to test their products when The Commissary on Town Street opens its doors. This new kitchen incubator will provide a commercial-grade environment for food startups to develop recipes, test products and collaborate with like-minded...
August 21st, 2012 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Rain Brothers Bringing Back a Bygone Conservation Method

Rain Brothers Bringing Back a Bygone Conservation Method
When Zach “Gordy” Smith and brothers Jonathan and Michael Maier started a business together in 2007, they didn’t look far for a name. The men, fittingly, called their Columbus-based rainwater harvesting business Rain Brothers. “Honestly, we thought it would be easy to remember,”...
March 23rd, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More

New Creative, Collaborative Space Forms in Franklinton

New Creative, Collaborative Space Forms in Franklinton
A new creative workspace is in the process of coming to the Franklinton neighborhood, located just west of downtown Columbus. 400 West Rich Street is both the name and the address of this 100,000-square-foot warehouse currently being renovated for artist studios, workshops, and manufacturing space. Chris...
February 10th, 2011 | Announcements | Read More