Posts Tagged ‘Short North’

Collier West relocating after six years in the Short North

Collier West relocating after six years in the Short North
In 2005, Collier West opened for business in the Short North. Six years later, the boutique −known for one-of-a-kind objets from around the globe− is moving from its current home at 787 N. High St. to Brooklyn, New York. Favorable coverage in the New York Times and Lucky magazine nudged Collier West’s...
July 7th, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More

At Work: Maxine Dear’s Pretty Studio Space

At Work: Maxine Dear’s Pretty Studio Space
Niki with books that will become future Maxine, Dear products Niki Quinn didn’t really have plans to go into business for herself. She had just finished up a dual degree at The Ohio State University in marketing and transportation & logistics. All logical signs were pointing to her getting...
June 15th, 2011 | At Work | Read More

Camelot Cellars to be relaunched in July

Camelot Cellars to be relaunched in July
Janine Aquino purchased Camelot Cellars in January and plans to relaunch the boutique winery, located at 958 N. High St. in the Short North, next month. Aquino had been consulting the winery since November and when it went up for sale, the serial entrepreneur and fourth generation wine professional...
June 10th, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More

Short North Shops Want To Become a Décor Destination

Short North Shops Want To Become a Décor Destination
A collaborative marketing effort to promote the Short North as a home décor destination is now underway. The effort, dubbed “Home-On-High,” revolves around 14 retailers in the neighborhood and is being spearheaded by Tim Friar, owner of Grid Furnishings, which opened at 944 N. High St. in...
April 20th, 2011 | Announcements | Read More

Award-Winning Base Art Co. Wants to Do Even Better Work in 2011

Award-Winning Base Art Co. Wants to Do Even Better Work in 2011
For more than 13 years, Base Art Co. has consistently produced high-quality design work for an array of local and internationally renowned clients. In addition to serving as a brand partner to The Columbus Foundation and Pelotonia, Base Art Co., housed in a top-floor studio at 17 E. Brickel St. in the...
February 11th, 2011 | Business Profiles | Read More

Substance Offering Shop Space to Local Artisans, Designers

Substance Offering Shop Space to Local Artisans, Designers
Substance boutique is launching the Short North’s first fashion incubator. On Jan. 18, the Substance blog announced a search for local artisans and designers in need of a booth and a studio, respectively. Two such spaces, dubbed “Substance Lofts,” are available in the shop’s...
January 31st, 2011 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Maren Roth of Rowe Boutique: Your Questions Answered

Maren Roth of Rowe Boutique: Your Questions Answered
Maren Roth’s love affair with clothing began at age 5 when she walked down New York City’s famed Fifth Avenue for the first time. Now, more than 25 years later, she is the proud owner of Rowe Boutique in Columbus’s Short North. In addition to contemporary clothing, the shop −which...
December 14th, 2010 | Frequently Asked Questions | Read More

Online Retailer Brings His Merch to the Short North

Online Retailer Brings His Merch to the Short North
Patrick Hicks likes footwear− a lot. In fact, three years ago he began collecting pictures of shoes he admired and posting them on a corkboard that was supposed to be used for work purposes. “From there, I realized I had the building blocks to begin Repertoire,” he says. “From the...
December 10th, 2010 | Business Profiles | Read More