High Bank Distillery

Named after the “High Bank” area at the fork of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers, High Bank Distillery brings its unique spin on the craft distillery market. The 18,000 sq. foot facility offers a full service bar, restaurant and game area as well as a 1000 sq. foot outdoor patio with tables, benches, and large roll-up glass garage doors. The restaurant serves elevated, casual food offerings emphasizing locally-sourced ingredients. The distillery features a 12 ft. framed glass wall with copper and stainless steel tanks. The space also houses an equipment room, bottling room and aging room.  High Bank Distillery produces and sells its own organic vodka, gin, custom blended rye whiskey, and handcrafted bourbon.

Front Room Furnishings

This 31,000 square foot, high-end furniture store is located in the busy Polaris retail area. The single-story, custom designed store was built to showcase product vignettes among large window walls and high ceilings.

Ashland Town Center

Ruscilli Construction Co., Inc. was selected by Glimcher Realty Trust to perform partial redevelopment improvements for the 441,491 square foot Ashland Town Center Mall as a three-phased project.  Phase one included the complete demolition of a 110,000 square foot Wal-Mart Store and site improvements to a pad-ready site for a JCPenny Store.  The first phase also included site lighting modifications and utility extensions.  The second phase of the project included the complete removal and replacement of tile in the food court and primary concourse.  Additional work included partial roof renovations and complete demolition and rebuild of restroom facilities.  The renovated open spaces became retail build-out space and a food court.  Other renovation work included additional interior modifications to a secondary corridor that was future tenant space.  The third phase included complete floor upgrades, partial ceiling improvements, and interior finish work.  In addition, the third phase included exterior improvements and entrance upgrades.  

Shops at Walton Parkway

This project included construction of a new 15,000 square foot retail/restaurant center in New Albany, Ohio, including extensive site work/landscaping and a retaining pond on the premises. Tenants include Tim Horton’s, Saturday’s Hair Salon, Subway and Don Patron Mexican Restaurant. The exterior of this building is comprised of brick, stucco, and glass.

Legacy Crossing

Ruscilli Construction was retained by Northstar Realty to construct the final phase of the Legacy Crossing Retail Center. This included three independent buildings totaling 79,822 square feet that compose the core of Northstar’s new retail center.

Building A is anchored by Shoe Carnival, Maurice’s and Aaron’s Rents accounting for 27,000 square feet.

Building B is anchored by PETCO, MC Sports and Dollar Tree and it accounts for 41,000 square feet of the retail center.

Building C is anchored by Starbucks and Papa Murphy’s Pizza and accounts for 17,000 square feet of the center.

In addition to the three buildings, the project includes extensive sitework, utilities, 533-space parking lot, and retention pond.

Easton Gateway

Easton Gateway District will be home to nearly 325,000 square feet of new retail including two large format anchor tenants, specialty grocery, small and mid-sized retailers, new restaurant concepts, and two levels of new office space. Complete site development includes landscaping, hardscaping and site amenities to include a prominent water feature. The project also adds a significant new parking capacity, with space for almost 2,000 vehicles.

Easton Fenlon Square

Ruscilli Construction was the general contractor and a key player in the creation of Easton Town Center’s Fenlon Square District. This was a complete redevelopment and addition to existing landscaping, hardscapes and site amenities. Fenlon Square was designed specifically with families in mind. It offers a preeminent level of convenience with the ability to park, eat and shop in very close proximity. World-class, family-focused retailers like American Girl and Build-A-Bear join eateries like Rusty Bucket and Cosi, with the entire district anchored by an interactive fountain featuring dragonflies, frogs, turtles, and more.

Arlington Pointe

This project included preconstruction and construction of a multi-story, 37,000 square foot mixed-use building including 7,000 square feet office and 30,000 square feet retail. In addition, demolition of the existing building and extensive site work was completed in preparation of the new building and parking area. Tenants include Oak Hill Bank, Tim Horton’s, Noodles & Company, Verizon Wireless, and Mattress Factory.