The Willowick Condominium Complex in Columbus, Ohio was built in the late 1970's and is the first condominium complex constructed by Bob Webb Buidlers, Inc. Phases I and II were incorporated in July of 1977 as planning and construction began on Phases III and IV. Because of its beautiful location in a wooded area surrounding Noble Run Creek as well as its distinctive design and appearance, the Willowick Condominium Community has won several awards:
The Design for Better Living Award from the American Wood Council, pictured in the July 1976 issue of Better Homes and Gardens
1976 Honor Award from the Columbus Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
City Beautification Award from the Columbus Convention Bureau, November, 1975
Phases I and II comprise the 19 buildings south of Noble Run Creek and are managed by a unit owner association. Phases III and IV are the sixteen buildings north of the ravine and are managed by separate owner associations. The Willowick recreation association and its board of directors who represent all 4 phases of the complex, manage the Willowick tennis courts and pool facilities. The 76 units of Phases I and II are an owner-occupied, non-rental community and are managed by Clayman Property Services, (614)842-1922, firstname.lastname@example.org. Williowick residents are a diverse and lively group who are dedicated to maintaining our attractive, inviting community. Phases I and II publish a quarterly newsletter, the Willowick Quarterly, which contains valuable information about association concerns, social gatherings, neighborhood news and other topical articles.