Style and design of new Gahanna department ‘sets a new standard’

The creating for the new Gahanna department of the Columbus Metropolitan Library is expected to set a new normal for potential advancement alongside Granville Road, according to community leaders.

A groundbreaking for the new $20.5 million branch at 310 Granville St. was held July 14, the same day the Gahanna Arranging Fee approved ultimate enhancement plans and related laws.

Plans were being authorised 6-, with Michael Suriano abstaining for the reason that he’s the guide architect with NBBJ for the venture.

Those people voting in favor were Michael Greenberg, Michael Tamarkin, Bobbie Burba, John Hicks, Thomas Shapaka and Thomas Wester.

“The developing is gorgeous,” claimed Michael Blackford, Gahanna arranging director. “It sets a new normal for what improvement really should glimpse like on Granville Avenue. Everyone hopes and anticipates that this will be the catalyst for future advancement on Granville Road and the encompassing place.”