Just as businesses settled down in the ‘burbs, downtown becomes the place to be. “There has been a resurgence of our downtown … (Columbus is) not a Chicago by any means with our downtown urban living, but people do want to live in apartments in our downtown,” said Richard Schuen, chief executive officer and principal with Colliers International according to REJournals.com. Rather than fleeing the congestion of downtown areas, many Midwesterners are opting to live in the muck of it. Columbus is no exception to that, according to the article. Businesses are following suit (and following the customer), and moving their headquarters to downtown.
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