The Dublin branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library is getting an upgrade from top to bottom with a new design and parking garage.
The new 3-level branch will be double the size of the current one at 41,000 square feet, with an adjacent 4-level parking garage that will offer parking for the city of Dublin and 200 reserved spots for branch customers.
“Dublin has bold plans for its Bridge Park neighborhood and Columbus Metropolitan Library is eager to be a part of that vision,” said CML CEO Patrick Losinski. “This new 21st century library reflects both the forward-thinking progress being made in the city and the increasing demands of its residents.”
CML is attempting to be environmentally friendly with this and other upcoming projects. The new Dublin library will incorporate sustainable building materials, glass for natural light to reduce energy costs and other design and building elements friendly to the natural environment.
The Dublin branch construction is set to be finished by 2018, and all other CML projects are set to be finished by 2020.
- The new Driving Park Branch opened July 12, 2014
- The new Whitehall Branch opened April 11, 2015
- The new Parsons Branch opened June 4, 2016
- The transformed Main Library opened June 25, 2016
- The new Northern Lights Branch opened Sept. 24, 2016
- The new Shepard Branch opened Oct. 13, 2016
- The new Northside Branch broke ground on March 1, 2016 and is expected to be completed in 2017
- Planning is underway for a new Martin Luther King Branch
- Planning is underway for a new Hilliard Branch
For a full list of projects, updates, and details, visit the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
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