New Albany, mid-1990s. The affluent suburb was nine years into development under a master plan that was the vision of Les Wexner and partner Jack Kessler. For years, retail magnate Wexner had purchased land with a dream of building a community in the spirit of the iconic towns you’d see in rural England.
At the time, a stately country club, just four years old, was the focal point. Surrounding it were Georgian-style homes and the community’s signature white fencing…Read the full article at ColumbusCEO.com