Easton Town Center


Steiner + Associates


Columbus, Ohio


M+A Architects


Corna Kokosing has been working at Easton Town Center since its inception including building Easton Station, a 620,000 SF new retail, office, and entertainment center; Easton Phase II, a design-build project consisting of 416,700 SF of retail fashion and dining spaces and 46 acres of site and infrastructure work; Offices at Easton Station, a multiple-tenant office building; Building 7, the demolition of an existing building to make way for a new two-story building expansion; Misc buildings and tenant build-outs, which included offices for Steiner, Fahlgren, and Kobacker; and retail spaces for M/I Homes, Tiffany and Co., and Smith & Wollensky. Corna Kokosing has prepared cost estimates, budgets; and bid packages; performed a LEED analysis; handled over 100 bidding periods; value engineered millions of dollars of cost savings; organized and coordinated all site logistics; and implemented innovation in construction techniques and materials to turn over each and every job on time and budget.

In 2017, Easton embarked on a re-imagining of the iconic Station Building. The Station Building opened in 1999, and the time had come for an exciting renovation to enhance the visitor experience. We brought in more natural light and new lighting fixtures, walls are now covered in crisp, classic color, and the bright new flooring for better way-finding.

In 2019, we are engaging in the construction of the Easton Mid-Town Parking Garage. This structure is currently under construction and will be a six-story, above grade, post-tensioned concrete, 358,246 SF parking garage that will accommodate 939 vehicles. The façade will be precast with thin brick, curtainwall, metal panel, terracotta sunscreens, and false window frames. We’re thrilled to continue this 20-year-plus working relationship.

Awards and Recognition
1999 Associated General Contractors (AGC) Build Ohio Award Winner

Thank you for your excellent work on both Easton Town Center and Easton Fashion District. Your team did an outstanding job of listening to our needs and then working with all involved to make it happen.

Louis Gibb–(Then) Vice President of Construction

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