Downtown Columbus Condos - Are Terraces on Grant Downtown's Best Buy?

Real Estate Agent with Delicious Real Estate 2008002258

Terraces on Grant - An Incredible buy for a Downtown Columbus CondoI’ve always been a fan of this project and now I just took over marketing the 19 remaining listings with a fellow agent in my office.  Some of the highlights include:

  • Outdoor Terrace with each Condo – some have 2
  • Every unit is at least 1000 sq ft
  • Each unit is on a 15 year tax abatement
  • Each unit price includes secure indoor parking
  • Standard granite and top of the line appliances
  • That’s standard granite in the bathrooms too
  • Great Location in Downtown Columbus – Walk to everything
  • Each unit left to sell is a 2 bed, 2 bath
  • The ability to Lease a Downtown Columbus condo before you buy

Quality Construction, Great Lobby and Parking, rooftop Terrace for anyone, some of the best $/sf in all of midtown Columbus.  Yes, the building has been up and out of the ground for a couple of years now but these units compare very well with anything else in Columbus’ Central Business District.  Many people feel that the location puts them too far to walk to anything but to those people I say, “Humbug!”

You’re within a mile (what, maybe 20 minutes?) of everything Downtown Columbus has to offer, from Nationwide Arena to COSI to Lindey’s to Black Creek Bistro and every downtown location in between including all of downtown’s Theaters, the Ohio, the Southern and the Palace, not to mention the Capitol Theater and Riffe Center Studios.

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Comments (5)

Scott Hoshor Terraces on Grant #301


The Tax Abatement is only ten years/Original. Only eight years remain for any new buyers.

Also, the building elevator does not function on a consistant basis. This is a critical draw back to this building.

Scott Hoshor

Terraces on Grant

Unit #301

Oct 15, 2008 02:37 AM
Joe Peffer
Delicious Real Estate - Columbus, OH
Columbus Homes Blog

Scott, You are absolutely correct about the tax abatement. It is somewhat unique to downtown Columbus Buildings in that all units started at the same time as opposed to the time of purchase and delivery.

Also, I understand the elevator situation has been addressed? It is still a good looking elevator and hopefully not so noisy. I never understood why it rests on the 2nd floor though. I understand that it is for building security but it's not convenient if you're just getting your mail or some such thing.

Thanks for the comment.

Nov 20, 2008 02:44 AM
Stair Cliimber

As a resident of this building, I am afraid to report that the elevator situation has not been worked out.  The most recent incident has it being out of service now for 12 days and it is anticipated that it will not be fixed until the end of this month.  This is a ridiculous scenario for all of us who live on the upper floors.  I would warn anyone not to lease or buy in this building unless they really enjoy lugging groceries, etc., up seven flights.

Oct 11, 2011 10:15 AM
Stair Climber

By the way, since the date did not come up on my previous response, I need to add that this was posted on October 11, 2011.

Oct 11, 2011 10:17 AM
Scott Hoshor
Scott Hoshor Terraces on Grant #301 Pleased to announce the elevator issues have been resolved!
Apr 23, 2014 02:56 AM