Columbus Convention Center Debuts $140M Transformation

LMN Architects rehabilitated the 800,000-square-foot multi-building asset and also added 137,000 square feet of new space. The project anticipates LEED Silver certification.

LMN Architects expanded and renovated the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Ohio. The $140 million, multi-building project added 137,000 square feet of new space and refurbished 800,000 square feet of the existing structure. Schooley Caldwell Associates served as associate architect for the project, with Corna Kokosing Construction Co. and Elford Inc. as construction manager.

Located at 400 N. High St. in the Short North neighborhood, the 1993-built convention center has undergone an extensive transformation. “Areas of glass reveal the activity happening inside the building to the outside world, most notably where the transparent pavilion meets the exterior plaza,” said LMN Architects Design Partner Wendy Pautz, in a prepared statement…

Columbus Convention Center Debuts $140M Transformation

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