November 3rd, 2010
Brian R. Ball, Columbus Business First
The 92,000-square-foot commercial building that anchors the first phase of the Grandview Yard mixed-use development has filled a 2,080-square-foot cavity.
Powell dentist Sharon Schindler plans to relocate her practice in Powell to Grandview Heights by early March in the commercial building that also includes M & A Architects design firm, Jason’s Deli and, in a month, the Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill restaurant.
The dentist’s husband and business manager, Mark Schindler, said the practice focuses on cosmetic services, such as porcelain veneers and crowns.
“It’s general dentistry with more of a cosmetic outcome,” he said.
A press release announcing the tenant said Dr. Schindler’s practice will offer a “spa” experience with the use of fragrances, programmable music and other amenities to serve as “stress relievers” in the three dentistry studios.
Mark Schindler said the practice has worked out of a Powell office since 1998 but its base of patients extends throughout the greater
“The practice is primarily cosmetic,” he said, “so her patients come from all over Central Ohio and outside Central Ohio. Grandview Yard’s location is more centralized for her.”
Agent Carol Wass of the Continental Realty Ltd. brokerage represented the tenant in the real estate deal while Ken Isenbarger and Wayne Harer, also with Continental Realty, represented landlord/developer Nationwide Realty Investors Ltd.
For the record, tenant M&A Architects designed the Class A office building where it occupies 17,000 square feet.
Urban Active Fitness and the Hyatt Place hotel also have opened in the project’s first phase.