From Columbus Underground:
We got our first look at the new Northside branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library system back in April when architectural firm NBBJ first revealed the design of the new two-story building at 1423 North High Street. Today, we’re getting a better look from a couple of different angles with updated renderings that show the new building both inside and out.
The new 23,000 square foot building will replace the existing 7,828 foot library, expanding its size and its ability to offer modern amenities to customers. Construction was originally expected to begin this year with a planned 2016 opening, but CML Marketing & Communications Specialist Ben Zenitsky confirmed that the timeline has been pushed back a bit.