Posts Tagged ‘Gay Street’

Capital Crossroads SID Discusses Untapped Retail Market Downtown

Capital Crossroads SID Discusses Untapped Retail Market Downtown
If there is one word to describe the retail market downtown, it’s untapped. With $350 million in annual retail spending potential, “We’re the largest untapped retail market in the region,” says Marc Conte, deputy director of research, planning and facilities at Capital Crossroads...
July 8th, 2014 | Trendspotting | Read More

Moonlight Market to Bring Holiday Retail Downtown This Saturday

Moonlight Market to Bring Holiday Retail Downtown This Saturday
It may be a short holiday shopping season, but one event is bringing local vendors together for some last-minute holiday shopping. Shoppers can head downtown to Gay Street for the December Holiday Moonlight Market this Saturday, December 14th. Gay Street stays hopping late with the typically outdoor...
December 12th, 2013 | Local Events, Upcoming Events | Read More

Ditch the Bulky Wallet for Sleek zerOz

Ditch the Bulky Wallet for Sleek zerOz
There is a drawer at the zerOz store at 17 E. Gay St. filled with empty, abandoned wallets. They were all left behind when their owners met something prettier, slimmer and cooler. Meet zerOz, a super thin, credit-card size wallet open on both ends that can forever lighten the load in your back pocket...
July 10th, 2013 | Business Profiles | Read More

At Work: Cement Marketing’s new space on Gay Street

At Work: Cement Marketing’s new space on Gay Street
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

Gay Street Collaborative excited about its plans, potential

Gay Street Collaborative excited about its plans, potential
When Chad McCoury opened his business, J. Gumbo’s Gay Street, in July 2009 , there seemed to be a desire for a group that brought the surrounding neighborhood together. When the city of Columbus proposed meter rate increases in January 2010, many of the businesses there banded together and shared...
October 3rd, 2011 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Due Amici Owner to Make Bristol Bar a Lounge with French Flair

Due Amici Owner to Make Bristol Bar a Lounge with French Flair
The entrepreneur who has played a large part in revitalizing Gay Street recently turned his attention to redeveloping the former Bristol Bar. Jeff Mathes, managing partner of Due Amici and Barrio Tapas Restaurant, says he is transforming the space, located at 132 E. Fifth Ave., into a “neo-existential...
September 25th, 2010 | Business Profiles | Read More