Metropolis officers see development on significant developments

Worthington City Council President Bonnie Michael (left) and City Manager Matt Greeson say they expect a big year in development for the city.

Irrespective of the difficulties faced by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Worthington officials see a successful 12 months in advance for the city, specifically with improvement.  

Tasks below design or in the pipeline heading into 2021 contain Trivium Development’s proposal to develop a 46,000-sq.-foot blended-use internet site at 121 W. Wilson Bridge Highway, with plans for a restaurant and retail area on the first ground, place of work space on the 2nd and 3rd flooring and a lodge with about 12 rooms on the fourth ground.  

The developer is trying to find approvals for a modification to the planned-device-improvement zoning application – originally proposed by house-administration corporation Witness Group as section of its nixed programs to produce a 4-tale 108-unit Tru by Hilton hotel at that tackle. The Truvium proposal would be part of the Worthington Gateway project at the web site of a Getaway Inn that stood at 7007 N. Significant St. for years right until it was torn down in 2018.