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University Square hits new milestone with opening of new building

The reimagined front door to The Ohio State University continues to take shape with additional restaurants and retail stores coming to University Square South.

University Square South is the newest building to open in the University Square project. Led by Campus Partners, University Square connects the campus core of Ohio State and to the heart of the University District at the intersection of 15th and High Street. 

Slideshow: University Square South

A vision is coming to life as construction crews continue their work on the University Square South building. With a March of 2023 opening date, crews have been working from the top down to complete the five-story mixed-use building. The project is about 70% complete with a budget of $44.9 million.

In the News: Active Construction Changes Traffic Patterns on Game Days

Fans are back in Ohio Stadium this fall as the Buckeyes make another run toward the College Football Playoffs.

For a winning fan experience, The Ohio State University is encouraging attendees to allow additional time to get in and out of the stadium area as traffic and parking changes may cause delays.

Friendship Set in Stone

Take a walk around Campus Partners’ newly opened University Square at 15TH+HIGH, and you might notice a subtle but inspiring new art installation that reflects the diversity of both the university and nearby neighborhoods.

The word friendship is a prominent feature in Carmen Ohio, the university’s alma mater, which was composed more than a century ago. The line, “How firm thy friendship, o-hi-o” is the final line of the first verse, and singing it is a tradition for Buckeyes.

In the News: How Ohio State Unlocked Its New 'Front Door'

Before the first cranes went up and the foundation was laid for the buildings now rising at 15th and High, Ohio State University and Campus Partners had to topple a long line of linked land deals along High Street, acquiring and swapping properties needed for the development that officials are calling the university’s new “front door.”

As Campus Partners worked to secure one property, it would lead to another. And if things didn’t align, the project would never fall into place.

New Traffic Patterns

We all love scarlet and gray, but there’s a sea of orange on campus as Ohio State invests in the future of teaching, learning and research. Major construction projects are changing the way most Buckeyes will navigate campus – so allow extra travel time, be cautious near construction zones, and look out for your fellow Buckeyes. Watch to learn more on what areas to avoid and how to get around safely. READ MORE

In the News: First Look: Ohio State's 15th and High nears completion of its first phase

A long-awaited High Street development near Ohio State University is ready to start welcoming tenants and visitors.

15th and High is filling out and its first $40 million office building is ready for tenants. The public plaza, which is the centerpiece of this project, is also complete, as is the new home of WOSU. The radio station plans to begin broadcasting from its new home by the end of this month.

Read the full Columbus Business First article.

In the News: 15th and High: Ohio State's Keith Myers on why there will be ballrooms in the newest office building

Ohio State's 15th and High development will include a distinctive event space, which real estate leaders say will be able to accommodate everything from serious seminars to whimsical wedding ceremonies.

15+HIGH Project 60% Complete

Campus Partners’ 15+HIGH project is 60% complete. The project, which sits on 9 acres, will have four main buildings, a public square and will feature restaurants, bars and retail stores. It promises to be an exciting gathering space at Ohio State’s front door.

“15+HIGH was an attempt to bring the university across High Street for the first time and begin to really engage with the neighborhood in a direct and meaningful way,” says Keith Myers, The Ohio State University’s vice president of Planning, Architecture and Real Estate.