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Equity plans $100M mixed-use Hilliard development

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Hilliard-based developer Equity is bringing a mixed-use development that will cost more than $100 million to 23.5 acres on Truman Boulevard.

The intent of the TruePointe development — which will include more than 350 residential units, more than 300,000 square feet of office space, a hotel and about 45,000 square feet of retail space — is to create an exclusive destination in Hilliard, Equity’s CEO Steve Wathen told Columbus Business First.

The retail space, to be divided across five buildings, will ideally attract restaurants that are not already in the region, Wathen said.

“We want to make this a destination,” Wathen said. “If you want to come to these restaurants in Central Ohio, you’re going to have to come to TruePointe.”

Read the entire Columbus Business First article here.

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