East Wilson Bridge Road Rezoning & Project Updates


WBD Maps 12.16.2020 reduced_Page_4Worthington City Council is considering a request to rezone a portion of East Wilson Bridge Road to align with the City's Wilson Bridge Road Study recommendations to encourage a mix of uses and foster economic growth in the area. City Council adopted Wilson Bridge Corridor Zoning in 2016 to create new zoning districts and development standards for the Wilson Bridge Road corridor. 

Three separate pieces of legislation were introduced at the July 6, 2021 City Council meeting that, if approved, will rezone a number of parcels on the south side of East Wilson Bridge Road. The topic is expected to be referred to the Municipal Planning Commission for further discussion and review at a September 2021 meeting. 

1. Ordinance to Rezone 127, 133, 139 & 145 E. Wilson Bridge Rd. from the R-10 District, Low-Density Residential to WBC-2 District, Professional Office. These properties are owned by the Worthington Community Improvement Corporation 

Rezoning map CIC Properties


2. Ordinance to Rezone 155, 163 & 173 E. Wilson Bridge Rd. from the R-10 District, Low-Density Residential to WBC-2 District, Professional Office

Rezoning MAP 155-163-173


3. Ordinance to Rezone 199, 207, 217, 227, 235, 247 & 261 E. Wilson Bridge Rd155, 163 & 173 E. Wilson Bridge Rd. from the R-10 District, Low-Density Residential to WBC-1 District, Medium Density Residential

Rezoning MAP 199-207-217-227-235-247-261

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Granby Place apartmentsGranby Place - 181 East Wilson Bridge Road

Granby Place is a 32 unit development located on the south side of East Wilson Bridge Road. The units range in size from 1 to 3 bedrooms and are all single-story. 

Under new zoning categories approved by Council in 2016, Council rezoned the two parcels where the Granby Place apartments are located to Medium Density Residential (WBC-1). This project aligns with the Wilson Bridge Road Corridor strategic plan that involved public input and approval by City Council.