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Quest Conference Center moving to new Polaris area space

Quest Conference Center moving to new Polarisarea space

Quest Conference Center is moving to a new home near Polaris.

The events space has signed a lease for 28,377 square feet of space at the office building at 9200 Worthington Road, across I-71 from the mall area.

The events center has been located in 27,000 square feet of space at 8405 Pulsar Place, with 15 meeting rooms with space to host groups from six to 375, including professional meetings, raining events, hiring, trade shows and gatherings and parties.

The relocation will allow the business to build out a new and updated facility that can host more people. The new facility's maximum capacity will be 450 guests.

“This short move to the recently renovated building will not only allow us to host larger groups, but we believe the upgraded amenities and air quality system will create an even more impressive and welcoming venue for our client’s meetings and events,” George Babyak, Quests general manager, said in a statement.

The new space's benefits include an upgraded HVAC system, which Quest says will help it provide a safer environment amid the Covid-19 pandemic. It will continue to seek conferences, seminars, job fairs and trade shows, among other events.

The new location means it's still close to the many hotels, restaurants and shopping locations around the mall. Quest partners with nearby restaurant The Polaris Grill for catering.

Quest's current location, the 17th largest event center in Central Ohio, was built in 2000 and updated in 2018. It hosted 1,000 events in 2019.

The 135,000-square-foot Worthington Road building where Quest is moving is also home to Ohio Living, Blue & Co. and a few other tenants. Just over 42,000 square feet of space remains available in the building.

Brett Cisler and Andrew Jameson of Colliers International represented the landlord, Michigan-based Alidade Capital.


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