-Plans were announced to redevelop Poindexter Village with 350 residential units, as well as community center and park space.
-A new brewery announced it would be moving into space on West Town Street in Franklinton.
-A new 42-unit residential development was announced for Downtown Dublin.
-101 residential units were proposed for 991 Dennison Avenue in Victorian Village.
-Columbus announced plans to use $2.5 billion to build infrastructure to reduce runoff and pollution issues, including creating water gardens and new parks across the city.
-Reeb Elementary on the South Side was announced to be turned into a community center.
-New caps, similar to the existing retail cap on High Street over I-670 were announced to be in the works as part of the 70/71 rebuild. The caps would replace the highway bridges on S. High and S. Third between Downtown and German Village.
-A vacant 1880s building a 140 N. Grant was announced to be renovated into mixed-use and residential.
-40 units of affordable housing was proposed for vacant buildings at Long and Front Downtown.
-Plans to renovate the Citizens Building at the southwest corner of Gay and High Downtown were announced, as well as building a new mixed-use building on the northwest corner.
-Plans were also announced to renovate hundreds of apartments in the Metro West complex behind Westland Mall.
-The Short North Donatos announced plans to rebuild into a new restaurant with 2nd floor patio and additional spaces for more retail.
-The Byers Chevrolet site on West Broad Street in Franklinton was purchased by Nationwide Reality for a potential mixed-use project.
-Casto announced plans for a 152-unit residential complex overlooking the Scioto River near Hayden Road.
-41 new homes were coming to N. Grant Avenue in Weinland Park.
-A small condo development was proposed for Summit in Italian Village.
-Children’s Hospital announced plans for 2 new buildings on Livingston Avenue.
-The Stoddart Block, a historic residential building, would be renovated into micro apartments.
-Home sales declined in all 3 months of March-May, as demand far outpaced supply.
-The unemployment rate continued to fall to multi-year lows.
-Columbus was named the 6th most affordable metro in the nation.
-Columbus’ population was announced to have grown by more than 12,000 people between 2012-2013, and reached a population of 822,553 in 2013.
-Columbus was named one of the top cities for entrepreneurs.
-Columbus was named a top city where people could accomplish their dreams/goals.