Developer says 'prominent stakeholder' cost it Scioto Peninsula project
The developer of a $500 million mixed-use project on the Scioto Peninsula said it lost the project because of concerns from a "prominent stakeholder." Guy Worley, CEO of the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation, said in June that it was replacing the Buckingham Companies on a $500 million mixed-use project on the Scioto Peninsula because a major corporate tenant the developer was focused on had fallen through.
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