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July 23, 2016 9:39 PM

Developer Chris Woodruff reactivates two downtown Columbus buildings in 1200 block

Columbus developer has leased retail space for a restaurant and sweet shop

New businesses should be open by the end of the year

Woodruff purchased 1230 and 1232 Broadway more than 10 years ago and began redevelopment last year

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