COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Developers are scaling back a proposal to build a large apartment complex near the Ohio State University campus that drew complaints from neighbors.
An attorney representing the developers says a new plan for the site will no longer require tearing down eight buildings along High Street just north of the campus in Columbus.
The original plan included a 10-story apartment complex 145 apartments.
Some residents said the project would change the character of a neighborhood filled with century-old houses.
The Columbus Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1QjZHHo ) reports the updated plan calls for an eight-story apartment building with 79 apartments.
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