The Future is Here
Downtown Dublin & the Bridge Street District
Bridge Street District was designed to strengthen Dublin’s economic future by attracting talent, new businesses and new residents. It extends the experience of our walkable historic Dublin, and provides housing, recreation, parks, retail shops and restaurants. Check out a video here:
Some of the newest projects include:
Bridge Park is the newest and only walkable, mixed-use community in downtown Dublin. Spanning 30 acres along the Scioto River, it is the cornerstone of the city’s long-term vision for the Bridge Street District. The unique community features luxury condos and apartments, a grocery, restaurants, shops, Class A office space, entertainment venues, a hotel and conference center and multiple green spaces. To learn more about Bridge Park, visit www.bridge-park.com.
New Library & Public Garage
A new Dublin library branch is scheduled to open in 2019 that will have 41,000 square feet of space, a larger homework help center and gathering spaces for the community. While this is being built, a temporary library has been opened in the Dublin Village Center, 6765 Dublin Center Dr. in Dublin. For additional details, call 614-645-2275.
In addition, the City of Dublin is building a four-level, 549-space public parking garage adjacent to the new Dublin branch library with 200 parking spots reserved for library use and the rest available for public parking for Downtown Dublin.
A pedestrian and bicycle bridge will span the Scioto River in the heart of Dublin connecting the future Riverside Crossing Park on the east side of the river as well as nearby commercial, residential and retail to Downtown Dublin on the west side. Scheduled completion date is 2019.
Riverside Crossing Park
Riverside Crossing Park will be located on the east and west sides of the Scioto River, connected by the Pedestrian Bridge and offer public plazas providing access to restaurants, shops, and a new library. The west side of the park is envisioned as a more naturalized area with connections to the Indian Run greenway, water access and trail systems. The east side of the park is elevated outside of the floodplain and will feature areas for public gatherings and cultural events, recreational programs, pavilion building, rock climbing, planting beds and scenic river overlooks.
For a full list of development projects, click here.