April 04, 2008
Short North Goes Green. Jeffrey Place Celebrates.

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The Short North is going green for April's Gallery Hop this weekend. And Jeffrey Place couldn't be more excited! As supporters of the eco friendly lifestyle, Jeffrey Place is celebrating our neighbors green themes.

We have teamed up with Huntington Bank and Roll Bicycle to provide another fun, and entertaining event for you this weekend. Learn about how accessible our neighborhood is, even without a car! Wondering where you can get to in just a 10 minute bike ride? In this neighborhood- anywhere you want to be!

Join us for refreshments and wine as you gear up, or wind down your Gallery Hop adventure. Learn more about being green, the Short North and Jeffrey Place!

What: Gallery Hop and Jeffrey Place's Green Celebration
Where: Huntington Storefront 662 N. High St.
When: April 5th, 2008 6:00-9:00pm
Who: Everybody!! Bring your family, friends, neighbors, people you hardly talk to, that coworker you've always wanted to hang out with. Whoever you are, you're bound to love Gallery Hop!

March 03, 2008
Allow Me To Introduce... George Acock

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The team behind Jeffrey Place, the city's only holistically sustainable development in historic Italian Village, is committed to the power of business as a force for change. Defined by what we've learned, and how we work and play, we're looking to do more than just build more condos. We're seeking to redefine what it means to build a community.

We would like to introduce our team to you one person at a time. To know and understand what we have undertaken with the Jeffrey Place development it is vital that you meet the people who have given their hearts, minds, and time over to the project with the belief that we are truly helping to transform the city and create a new standard of living for our urban residents. Our past introductions have included sales team member, Julie Wood, and CEO Joe Recchie.

This month, architect George Acock, will be introduced. George has designed dozens of Columbus landmarks and he has designed every building on the Jeffrey Place site. While George's accolades and masterpieces are hardly limited to the Columbus area, his work has without doubt helped create the Columbus we know and love today. From public projects, such as the $105 million Ohio State University's Thompson Library renovation to commercial projects, such as the award winning Arena District designs and the newest addition to the Abercrombie headquarters, George Acock has become a Columbus icon.

Click below to read more about the innovative architect, George Acock.

George has been with Jeffrey Place from the beginning. As a participant, observer, presenter and consultant, George attended dozens of public charetts, tons of meetings with the Italian Village Commission, and meeting after meeting with buyers designing their dream homes at Jeffrey Place. He has seen the enormous changes the development has made in Italian Village and his commitment to that continuing transformation, sustainable development and beautiful architecture, make Jeffrey Place incredibly unique.

Acock and Associates Architects was founded in 1967 and over the past three decades George Acock has had a hand in building up the city of Columbus. Drawing inspiration from all over the world, George has designed Jeffrey Place akin to the most successful and popular urban centers in the world. His particular aptitude for designing these urban centers makes everyone invested in Jeffrey Place so grateful to have George Acock's talented vision as the heart of the development. Understanding urban scale and an ability to marry elegant forms with practical function are the qualities behind every one of George Acock's Jeffrey Place designs.

As an artist, George has a finely tuned sense of color, proportion and design. We are grateful that he is involved in every aspect of the home designs at Jeffrey Place, master planning everything from each window's view to the the tint and angle of the bricks in the homes. Taking into account the grade of the land, the curve of the street and the surrounding neighbors, every view at Jeffrey Place is guaranteed to be beautiful. In the high density neighborhood, your window won't look onto an obtrusive concrete wall, or a mundane stairwell. At Jeffrey Place George's designs are works of art themselves.

George begins each design process with an individual water color. He has created a beautiful water color renderings of every structure planned for Jeffrey Place. We encourage you to come to our gallery and model located in the Courtyard Townhome model on North Fourth Street and tour George Acock's work for Jeffrey Place.

Interested in what else George Acock has done? Check out his website at www.acock.com for a full photo gallery.

You deserve a home designed by a thoughtful, innovative American icon. Come to Jeffrey Place and be moved.

March 02, 2008
The Loft Culture. From Seattle to Columbus

Jeffrey Place Loft buyer, Brady Konya, talks about why he chose to call Jeffrey Place home.       

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Brady Konya moved to Columbus from Seattle this summer. He was feeling a bit disheartened about leaving his ultra-modern Seattle loft behind- until he found the Loft building at Jeffrey Place. The Lofts felt like home and as Konya prepares to move in next month he's  still raving about why.

"We fell in love immediately with the sensibility of the modern design," Konya said.

Read more about future resident Brady Konya and the "loft culture" below.

Konya purchased his Seattle loft, located in the 12th Avenue District, in 2000 before the urban neighborhood was completely transformed from blight to bright, vibrant downtown district. He was a pioneer in the neighborhood and the loft he bought was one of the first development projects in the area.

"Seattle didn't have models for this at the time," he said. "It was a mixed-use project that got a lot of attention because at the time it was still a very transitional neighborhood."

Much like Jeffrey Place, the development was a purist vision of how to bring back an urban neighborhood. Small local businesses, a lack of big chains, and commercial spaces that complimented the residential essence were brought together to create a vibrant urban community.

"Like my neighborhood in Seattle, Jeffrey Place is introducing a new edge to what has been, in some sense, a transitional neighborhood," Konya said. "It's exciting to see Jeffrey Place come up in Italian Village and become a conduit between the Short North and something that's a little more progressive, a little more urban."

Konya shopped other urban condos in Columbus before deciding on the Lofts at Jeffrey Place. Other products in the Columbus market were intriguing, he said, but the uniqueness of the Loft's industrial design and the neighborhood planning at Jeffrey Place really resonated with him.

"Columbus is going through an urban renewal," said Konya. "We shopped a lot when we first came here, but the Loft building has all the fundamentals for a great investment, and the fundamentals for a great community."

Konya is also very aware of what the Lofts at Jeffrey Place will mean to what he's dubbed the "loft culture."

"Loft people are fanatics about it, absolute fanatics." Konya explained. "To walk in and fall in love with the view and be able to micro customize from a very early stage was a huge factor in our decision to buy at Jeffrey Place."

Konya is excited to see a project in Columbus that is so similar to the successful experiment of eight years ago in his home city of Seattle. And the Jeffrey Place community is happy to welcome Konya home.

March 01, 2008
What To Do In Our Neighborhood: March

March Event Spotlights:

Build Wealth with Real Estate

Happy hour event and presentation by Joseph Recchie, CEO of real estate development firm Community Building Partners. Thursday March 27, 2008 at Spice Bar in the Arena District

You don't have to be Donald Trump to build a nice little nest egg by buying real estate. Shelter is one of the three basic needs, so why line the pockets of a landlord when your shelter could be earning you extra income? Joseph Recchie, CEO of Community Building Partners will explain how owning a home is like having the income of a second job- without all the work!

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Stop by Spice Bar Thursday, March 28th to get all of the details. Joseph Recchie will give an informative presentation on the ins and outs of making real estate work for you, today! Whether you're in Columbus, Chicago, Houston, or beyond, learn the tools of the trade and get a head start on home buying and wealth building.

Happy Hour specials, free food, and lots of mingling will follow the presentation. Don't miss this first installation in Jeffrey Place's Last Thursday's happy hour event series!


Last Thursday's Happy Hour: Give Yourself a Raise- March 28th, 2008
Spice Bar; 491 N. Park St; 614-297-7448; www.jeffreyplace.com

St. Patrick's Day Spotlight

Irish Family Reunion
The whole city turns green for a day. The St. Patrick's Day parade will start in the arena district and end, in true Irish style, with a party! Get your Irish gear and your Irish beer and join in this open family reunion. Don't miss the crooning bagpipes, the rocking Hooligans or the entertaining Irish dancers!Whether you're shouting “Kiss my I’m Irish”, or “I’m not Irish but you can Kiss me anyways," you're invited. Throw on some Green and add an “O” to the beginning of your name. And for the day, experience the luck of the Irish.

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March 17, 2008
Veterans Memorial; 300 W. Broad St; 221-4341;
www.shamrockclubofcolumbus.com

Our neighborhood offers a little something for everyone. Take a look at some of the best it has to offer and start planning your month now! Whether you're looking for an art show, a magic show, an auto show, or an Irish show - you can find it in Columbus!

Taking Shelter- Now until April 5, 2008
Columbus College of Art & Design; 107 N. Ninth St; 614-224-9101;
www.ccad.edu
This fantastic exhibit portrays photos, sculptures, social interventions and other forms of media covering the vast topic of shelter, homes and homelessness. Participate in this artistic discussion of an important issue by acclaimed artists such as Anthony Hernandez, McCallum & Tarry, Jackie Sumell, Jonathan Calm and more.

Currents:Jason Salavon- Now until May 4th, 2008
Columbus Museum of Art; 480 E. Broad st.; 614-221-4848;
www.columbusmuseum.orgHailing from the windy city, Jason Salavon uses video and photographs to bring together art, technology and daily life. Using software he creates masses of communal material for presentation,. His work references mainstream media, annual sales reports and even census data.  Forging ahead a the forefront of a new genre, Salavon's work is the art of the 21st century. Don’t miss your opportunity for a preview of what’s next in art!

Columbus International Auto Show - March 8-16, 2008
Greater Columbus Convention Center; 400 N. High St.; www.columbusconventions.com
www.columbusautoshow.com

Ferrari, Bentley, Lamborghini, oh my! Where can you see all the finest in international cars all under one roof? The International Auto Show, of course! Do you collect Aston Martins like ties? Or perhaps you visit the Benz dealership the way art lovers visit the Louvre? Whether you are in the market for a new chariot, or just in love with cars, the International Auto Show will not disappoint. With comedian shows, appearances by Jim Tressel, Clint Bowyer the Cat in the Hat, and Columbus Zoo residents this event will excite and please the entire family. For a full event line up, or preview of the cars on exhibit, check out the website. But for the real deal, stop on by to see your dream car, up close and personal!

David Copperfield- March 26, 2008
Palace Theatre; 34 W. Broad St; 614-431-3600;
www.ticketmaster.com
Hailed as one of the greatest entertainers of the 21st century, David Copperfield continues to astound audiences all over the world in his latest national tour. Join Copperfield at the Palace Theatre as he captivates, astounds and entertains the young and old alike!

The Magician’s Nephew: performed by Columbus Children’s Theatre- March 13-20, 2008
Park Street Theatre; 512 N. Park St.; 614-224-6672;
www.colschildrenstheatre.org
Based on C.S. Lewis’ classic of the same name, this play contains all of the drama and fantasy for which the author of The Chronicle’s of Narnia is most famous. Join the Columbus Children’s Theatre as they weave the tale of the young Digory and his friend Polly as they traverse mythical kingdoms and enchanted lands.

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Capitol Theatre, Riffe Center; 77 S. High St.; 614-229-4848;
www.balletmet.org
Lose yourself in the magical world of genies, princesses, sultans and evil sorcerers. Root for the young Aladdin as he faces down the evils of this world and beyond. Whether you’re familiar with the book or the popular Disney movie, don’t miss the opportunity to see this old favorite in a new light. Brought to the stage by the same artistic directors that did Alice in Wonderland in 2006, Gerard Charles and Steven Anderson, have out done themselves. This world premier of Aladdin is sure to wow you and your family.

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CAPA; Ohio Theatre; 39 E. State St; 614-469-0939;
www.capa.com
You’ll never look at your kitchen broom in the same light. Watch as this international percussion sensation takes ordinary objects and turn them into fantastic musical instruments. Imagine an entire percussion ensemble created with only zippo lighters! This experience is sure to captivate, and leave you begging for more! Don’t miss this explosive one-of-a-kind performance!

Second City Touring Company: One Nation Under Blog- March 21, 2008
CAPA; Southern Theatre; 21 E. Main St.; 614-469-0939;
www.capa.com
Serving as the farm team for Saturday Night Live, Second City is the birthplace of some of the most famous comics of our time. From John Belushi and Dan Akroyd, to Mike Meyers and Chris Farley, to Tina Fey and Stephen Colbert, Second City breeds funny. Don’t miss today’s cast of tomorrow’s hits, in this hilarious revue addressing current events, relationships, politics and family life. It’s in Columbus for one night only, and you’ll be able to say “I knew them when..” !

Paying Attention- Until March 29, 2008
Ohio Art League; 954 N. High St.; 614-299-8225;
www.oal.org
Kathleen Pepicello uses the spiral as the basis for the in depth examination of genocide in Africa. Pepicello utilizes a variety of different surfaces, materials and techniques to question the world’s inability to conquer this raging illness in our society.

Adi Nes: Biblical Stories- Now until April 13, 2008
Wexner Center for the Arts; 1871 N. High St; 614-292-3535;
www.wexarts.org
Adi Nes is one of Israel’s most famous photographers. His provocative staged portraits and tableaux have made him a critically acclaimed artist. This exhibition includes 11 images from his most recent body of work. Drawing on the abandonment of the characters in the Old Testament, he places these familiar figures into scenes of contemporary homelessness. His work speaks to a Jewish history of displacement as well as the universal feelings of abandonment, loss and the inherent right to have a home.

C-Note Art Show- March 7-8, 2008                         100_bill
JunctionView Studios, Grandview; www.cnoteartshow.com

Organizer Ashely Voss set one guideline for this innovative art show: every item must be priced at $100. More than 170 artists are participating, and including their work in this fun event. Painters, mixed media artists, photographers, and more are showing and selling their work, for the set price of a c-note. Come find the perfect piece of art for your home this weekend. Support the next Picasso without losing your shirt in this one-of-a-kind event.

St. Baldrick’s Cancer Research Fundraiser- March 14, 2008      Bald_2                         Lodge Bar; 165 W. Vine St.; 614-221-2824                                        
Need to trim some inches off your hair? Thinking of getting ready for spring with a new head shave? Or maybe you just want to show your support for the brave cancer patients of Columbus? No matter the reason, St. Baldrick’s  Cancer Research wants your locks of hair. The Lodge Bar is hosting this event to help raise money for cancer research. Participants can have their locks shaved for cancer patients, and receive a free gift bag for their generosity. Join in the silent auction as Ohio State items are sold off for charity. Food and drink specials will be available as well. So have some fun, and do some good at the same time!

Third Thursday- March
Short North; www.shortnorth.org
Do you count down the days until Gallery Hop every month! Due to the overwhelming popularity of the monthly Gallery Hop, the Short North businesses have agreed to extend their open hours on the third Thursday of every month, creating the "Third Thursday" series that is being kicked off this month. Take a break from your work week, or start getting ready for your weekend, with a nice dinner out, perhaps some drinks, and of course, a little shopping!

Gallery Hop- First Saturday of the Month- March 1st, 2008
Short North; www.shortnorth.org
Brave the cold, and join your fellow Columbus fans in the Short North for the March Gallery Hop. Duck into one of the fabulous pubs and bars on High St. for a quick drink to help keep you warm! Stay tuned for news of April's Gallery Hop. Starting in April, the Short North businesses will keep one running theme for each month. Keep watch for April's theme- but I'll give you a hint- it's so great, Jeffrey Place will be kicking off their parties once again!

February 02, 2008
Allow Me to Introduce... Julie Wood

The balancing of beauty, function, and sustainability drives everything we do, from developing better, more environmentally friendly condos to raising the bar for functional elegant designs. The team at Jeffrey Place works within the confines of this philosophy.

The team behind Jeffrey Place, the city's only holistically sustainable development in historic Italian Village, is committed to the power of business as a force for change. Defined by what we've learned, and how we work and play, we're looking to do more than just build more condos. We're seeking to redefine what it means to build a community.

This is our philosophy. This is what moves us.

We would like to introduce our team to you one person at a time. To know and understand what we have undertaken with the Jeffrey Place development it is vital that you meet the people who have given their hearts, minds, and time over to the project with the knowledge that we are truly helping to transform the city and create a new standard of living for our urban residents.

This month, Julie Wood, a Jeffrey Place sales team leader, will be introduced. Julie has been in the real estate business for over a decade. Julie's knowledge and endless enthusiasm inspire the rest of the team and serves her clients well. Julie has been at Jeffrey Place from the beginning. She has seen the enormous changes the development has made in Italian Village and her dedication to that continuing transformation is strong.

Julie has a bachelor's degree from the Ohio State University and has lived in Columbus most of her adult life. She remembers the concrete landscape that used to dominate the Jeffrey Place site and was there to see the 90,000 tons of concrete crushed and recycled on the site. Her commitment to the green building principles of Jeffrey Place transfer into her life and personal practices. Julie cares deeply about Columbus's urban neighborhoods and the environment- Jeffrey Place is more than a job for Julie it is an extension of her personal beliefs.

Julie is proud to be a part of the transformation of the former brownfield site which was once home to the Jeffrey Manufacturing Company and is now one of the largest mixed-use, urban redevelopment projects in Columbus history. The North Block condominiums at Jeffrey Place are the only project in Columbus chosen to participate in the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Neighborhood Rating System pilot program, an honor Julie sees as indicative of the innovation of Jeffrey Place.

As one of Jeffrey Place's first residents, Julie has enjoyed being a pioneer member of the city's largest urban renewal project. She has seen the rapid appreciation, and loves the convenience of her downtown location. "I really love living in the Short North," Julie said, "it's like being on vacation every day." Julie also appreciates the convenience of the major thoroughfares as she is able to avoid most heavy Columbus traffic when she frequently visits her family in Newark, Ohio. Julie is an active member in the downtown community and seizes every opportunity to have fun, and to help educate her neighbors and friends on the work she is a part of at Jeffrey Place.

The Jeffrey Place team is grateful to have Julie as an advocate and leader. If you would like to talk to Julie about Jeffrey Place, or learn a little more about what it's like to live in this fantastic neighborhood, feel free to contact her at julie@jeffreyplace.com.

February 2, 2008 in Spotlights | Permalink
January 04, 2008
The Halo Effect: Innovation and Good Design

The only way to stand out in a cluttered Columbus condo market is with superior design and innovative features.

Jeffrey Place has mastered the art of innovation by offering Columbus homebuyers the only condos in Columbus, Ohio with solar panels, geothermal heating and cooling, and planted rooftops. We've married that commitment to innovation with visionary architect George Acock's inspiring design to create a halo effect. Jeffrey Place brightens the halo with unbeatable value and savvy buyers searching for the perfect condo in Columbus can't help but look.

Every market is cluttered with product these days. From endless aisles of laundry detergent, to more than a dozen car manufacturers, to the Columbus condo market, consumers are awash in a sea of choice. The only way for products to truly differentiate themselves is with thoughtful, consumer- minded design and innovative features. Combining these two essential components in one product creates a halo-effect that makes them stand out and draws consumers in.

Read on to see how Jeffrey Place incorporates design and innovation. Click below to read more about the halo effect.

Jeffrey Place's North Block lofts and townhomes are the only option for Columbus homebuyers interested in sustainable living. By offering the largest solar panel array and geothermal heating and cooling system in the Midwest, Jeffrey Place is a pioneer in the green building industry. It is this level of innovation that has allowed Jeffrey Place to stand out and remain a sound investment for homebuyers in Columbus's oversaturated condo market.

Far from an after thought, Jeffrey Place's commitment to designing beautiful buildings that uphold and add to one of the city's most historic neighborhoods is unyielding. From the sumptuous, eco-friendly bamboo floors of the North Block to the glass and steel marvel that is the Loft, attention to detail is evident throughout every inch of the development.

Innovation. Design. Value. Now you see it- the halo effect.

January 03, 2008
Allow Me to Introduce...

The balancing of beauty, function, and sustainability drives everything we do, from developing better, more environmentally friendly condos to raising the bar for functional elegant designs. The team at Jeffrey Place works within the confines of this philosophy.

The team behind Jeffrey Place, the city's only holistically sustainable development, is committed to the power of business as a force for change. Defined by what we've learned, and how we work and play, we're looking to do more than just build more condos. We're seeking to redefine what it means to build a community.

This is our philosophy. This is what moves us.

We would like to introduce our team to you one person at a time. To know and understand what we have undertaken with the Jeffrey Place development it is vital that you meet the people who have given their hearts, minds, and time over to the project with the belief that we are truly helping to transform the city and create a new standard of living for our urban residents.

This month, Joe Recchie, developer of Jeffrey Place, will be introduced. Jeffrey Place has changed Joe to the core and in turn Joe has put his mark on Jeffrey Place. One does not exist without the other and they are both better for it. Joe inspires us as a team and tirelessly upholds the principles of smart growth, empathy for the end user, and sustainable building while orchestrating the largest, most innovative residential and commercial development in Columbus, Ohio.

Click below and read this month's introduction to Jeffrey Place developer; Joe Recchie.

Joseph Recchie, CEO of National Community Builders, has developed thousands of housing units during his 30 years in the business. His most recent development project, Jeffrey Place, is a 41.5 acre, $400 million urban infill development in historic Italian Village.

The former brownfield site which was once home to the Jeffrey Manufacturing Company is now one of the largest mixed-use, urban redevelopment projects in Columbus history. The North Block condominiums at Jeffrey Place are the only project in Columbus chosen to participate in the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Neighborhood Rating System pilot program.

Recchie is building Jeffrey Place on the principles of smart growth, new urbanism, and environmental stewardship. All of these qualities contribute to Jeffrey Place's growing reputation as the largest environmentally- friendly development in Columbus.

Recchie built his reputation as a socially responsible developer by assisting community and faith-based organizations in leveraging extremely limited resources to develop quality housing. Part of his philosophy has also been to build community facilities for job training and economic development. In his experience with Jeffrey Place and other development projects, Recchie has also specialized in public-private partnerships in real estate development and tax and security matters relating to development.

The National Association of Homebuilders honored Recchie with the "Pillars of the Industry Award" for Best Affordable Multifamily Housing in 1995 for his participation in the Raspberry Glen Apartments. In 1997, he received the "Unity Chairmen's Award" of the Unity Partnership Economic Summit, and in 1999, he was named an "Empowerer" by the Dayspring Christian Community Development Corporation.

A longtime commitment to responsible community building has coupled with Recchie's dedication to environmental stewardship as the Jeffrey Place community continues to take shape.

Next month's newsletter will include more introductions to the Jeffrey Place team. Meanwhile, we invite you to contact us anytime with questions, comments, or suggestions on how we can continue our efforts to build a strong and inclusive community.

January 3, 2008 in In the News, Spotlights, Urban Living | Permalink
December 12, 2007
BIA Holiday Quarterly Lunch & Tour at Jeffrey Place

Founded over 60 years ago, the esteemed Building Industry Association- BIA- is an organization comprised of professionals in the home buying and building field. It consists of members from every aspect of the field including single and multiple family homebuilders, developers, remodelers, subcontractors, suppliers and service professionals doing business in the central Ohio area.

The BIA is holding it's quarterly lunch and tour for a Sales and Marketing Council Networking event this Friday at the Jeffrey Place site. From 11:30-2:00pm on Friday December 14th, over 60 BIA members and guests will mingle, eat and learn about new ideas and projects.

Our own managing director of Community Building Partners, Doug Ervin, is the guest speaker, speaking to the group from 12:00-12:30. A tour of the site will follow, including our Courtyard Townhome model, our North Block vignette, and our soon to be completed Loft 1 building.

For more information about the BIA or this SMC holiday event visit www.biahomebuilders.com!

December 12, 2007 in In the News, Spotlights, Things To Do | Permalink
December 04, 2007
The Liquid Loft Comes to Light

Two Loft units at Jeffrey Place are combined to create a 2,850 square foot stunner.

Architect George Acock has revealed his first sketches of a combined loft unit in Jeffrey Place's Loft 1 building. You may have read about the amazing possibilities of the Loft building in the October issue of the Jeffrey Journal, but now you can see for yourself the first plans for such a unit!

The floor plan creates a 2,850 square foot contemporary loft space with three bedrooms, three and a half baths, designer kitchen, and even a gallery space on the first floor. More than 800 square feet of glass windows and floor-to-ceiling glass walls make this Loft unit a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Ever dream of living in an urban glass home? Live a dream. Come to Jeffrey Place and be moved.

Click below to see the floor plan sketches. For pricing and availability, or to simply discuss your options at Jeffrey Place at more detail, call 614-297-7448, or email sales@jeffreyplace, today!

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For further descriptions or to hear more about the new Loft design in the Loft 1 at Jeffrey Place call 614-297-7448 or email sales@jeffreyplace.com today!

November 07, 2007
The Courtyard Townhomes at Jeffrey Place Marry Classic Design with Modern Amenities

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Spotlight on 806 N. Fourth St.

Inspired by classic Chicago-style brownstones, the Courtyard Townhomes at Jeffrey Place marry timeless design with the latest modern amenities. These extraordinary three-story homes offer a versatility of space that's perfect for entertaining. The mixed-use room offers a beautiful space, separate from the rest of the home, where you can work, sleep, work, or watch a movie. Upstairs in the main living level the open floor plan is ideal for entertaining and the luxurious granite countertops, state-of-the-art appliances, and large balcony make it a space you'll want to share with friends and family. Above, the master bedroom is large and comfortable and the two full baths are perfect for couples or out-of-town guests.

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This townhome is the perfect place for young professionals, the empty nesters or even a second home in the city for weekend urban living!

Monthly Mortgage Payment- $1700.00

(or less- given our fantastic financing options!)

See more pictures, and read more about November's Spotlight below!!

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806 N. Fourth Street

The Courtyard Townhomes cater to your practical needs with standard features that include an integrated one-and-a-half car garage, third-floor laundry, and energy efficient design, while inspiring your artistic side with thoughtful architecture and floods of natural light let in by over-sized windows and luxurious French doors.

Our featured property for November is an end unit, with gorgeous granite countertops, a large balcony, and beautiful hardwood floors. Walls of over-sized windows allow a flood of natural light; while the highest-quality double pained glass create a barrier for noise and weather. This is a perfect example of how these homes combine modern comfort and traditional elegance.

This home achieves harmony in design and location. Historic Italian Village surrounds this home with classic charm and a short walk through the neighborhood brings you to the excitement of the Short North and the Arena District. Downtown, and all major thoroughfares are just a few miles away, making any commute fast and easy.

If you're looking for a home for the Holidays now is the time to tour our featured property. Our model is located on Fourth Street in Italian Village and is open Monday through Friday from 4-7, and Saturday and Sunday from Noon -5, or by appointment any time. Call a Jeffrey Place sales associate today at 614-297-7448.

Come home for the Holidays- it's never looked this good! Come to Jeffrey Place and be moved.

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806 N. Fourth Street- $294,500

Monthly Mortgage Payment- $1700.00 !!!

(or less- given our fantastic financing options!)

November 7, 2007 in In the News, Spotlights, Urban Living | Permalink
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