Gahanna built a parking garage when they built Creekside.
A Columbus Dispatch article written by Martin Rozenman Parking garages popping up in the suburbs does not mention the garage at Easton. Because the article is about "suburbs" and while Easton is suburban it is NOT a suburb. The Columbus Dispatch says:
"Planners are redesigning their town centers into more attractive, walkable locations that recall small-town America's past. They plot compact collections of stores, restaurants and offices that promote the mantra of the '00s: Live, work and play here.
But where do workers, shoppers and residents park their cars?"
Grandview will have parking structures in Grandview Yards. Upper Arlington is considering one at Kingsdale.
Not mentioned in the Columbus Dispatch article, Dublin and Worthington... two towns that I have thought since I moved here (1990) should build a parking garage. Worthington and Dublin both have great little downtowns which could be even greater with some extra parking. Tuck one in behind High St. High Street in both cases. They could attract and keep more retailing if there was accessible parking.
I believe Worthington has more downtown parking NOW than it did 18 years ago.
Westerville has a parking garage at the library. No plans for more. Hilliard does not want one. Or want one.