From Shannon Gilchrist at the Columbus Dispatch –

“Instead of building a fourth high school, the Dublin school district will spend $9.4 million to buy the former Verizon office building on Emerald Parkway and convert it.

Last spring, the district announced that unless the two parties could reach an agreement on the price, it would use eminent domain to force the building’s owners to sell. Dublin was offering $7.4 million to Denver-based Emerald Parkway Valley Equity Group, and Valley Equity was asking for $12.4 million, which was what one appraiser said it was worth.”

Read more at the Columbus Dispatch.

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