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Worthington mall owners plan major renovation

Jim Weiker
 |  jweiker@dispatch.com

A Texas developer plans to demolish much of the Shops at Worthington Place, in an effort to save the struggling mall property by converting it into a mixed-use development called High North.

Under the plan, which is scheduled to come before the Worthington Planning Commission Thursday, the north and west sides of the mall will eventually be torn down, removing about 120,000 square feet of the 138,000-square-foot building.

The mall’s owner, the Dallas firm Direct Retail Partners, plans to initially demolish the mall’s north end, about 85,000 square feet, and replace it with a 125,000-square-foot office building, up to 10 stories high, including a parking garage.

In a second phase, the west side of the mall would be removed and replaced with another office building of similar size to the first, plus a 120-room hotel or a 100-unit residential building, a 30,000-square-foot office or retail building,

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Worthington mall owners plan major renovation – Business – The Columbus Dispatch

A Texas developer plans to demolish much of the Shops at Worthington Place, in an effort to save the struggling mall property.

Under the plan, which is scheduled to come before the Worthington Planning Commission Thursday, the north and west sides of the mall will eventually be torn down – about 120,000 square feet of the 138,000-square-foot building.

The mall’s owner, the Dallas firm Direct Retail Partners, plans to initially demolish the north end of the mall, about 85,000 square feet, and replace it with a 125,000-square-foot office building, up to 10 stories high, including a parking garage.

In a second phase, the west side of the mall would be removed and replaced with another office building of similar size to the first, a 120-room hotel or a 100-unit residential building, a 30,000-square-foot office or retail building, and an outdoor plaza.

Traffic inside the 15.7-acre property would be significantly shifted,

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Some Tesla Model Y owners report odd-looking cooling mount inside cars

  • Tesla owners have found parts inside their Model Y cars held on by straps that don’t appear to be standard. 
  • In forums, some owners said the parts looked like someone had “made a run to Home Depot to make Q2 numbers.”
  • It isn’t clear how widespread the possible use of the non-standard parts is, or if they can cause any issues with the cars’ performance. 
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Some Tesla Model Y owners have made an interesting discovery when exploring the inner bowels of their vehicles.

Someone made a run to Home Depot to make Q2 numbers,” someone said on the Tesla Motors Club forum last week, along with a photo of what appears to be a cooling unit held in place by plastic straps and faux wood.

The user said it wasn’t in an easily accessible place, beneath the vehicle’s frunk insert, but they

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Tesla Model Y owners’ photos of ‘cobbled together’ cooling system

Owners of the new Tesla Model Y share photos of cooling system ‘cobbled together with home improvement store-grade faux wood’

  • Tesla’s Model Y shipped in March, but many buyers are not happy with the car
  • An owner shared an image of the cooling system patched with faux wood
  • Others shared similar images, with some having plain plastic fittings
  • However, early Model Y cooling systems show clear plastic patches

Tesla’s new Model Y vehicle costs more than $52,000, but it seems the firm ‘made a run to Home Depot’ for some the vehicle’s parts.

Images of the car’s cooling system surfaced online showing the structure is patched by faux wood trim.

The discovery was made by one owner who disassembled the Model Y to fix an issue, but spotted the DIY molding when

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