A $6 million collaboration between the City of Columbus Historic Preservation Commission and Mulberry — and at the former site of the Lazarus Mansion, Bryden Row is the first luxury condominium project to go up in Columbus’ historic Old Towne East neighborhood. The three-phased, 14-unit project is uniquely designed to emulate the architecture of Florence Rector, the first female architect licensed in Ohio. The 2 1/2 story buildings range from 1,300 to 2,100 square feet and wrap around a lush, green courtyard. Bryden Row Phase 1 was so popular, condos were sold and had owners eager to move in as soon as construction ended.
Phase 1 included 1086 Bryden Row, 217 S Ohio, and 225 S Ohio St. Each with its own unique style.