The Christian and Missionary Alliance moves its headquarters to Reynoldsburg

The Reynoldsburg High School Marching Band offered an extended drum roll on Saturday as an excavator began tearing up the facade of the old Kmart at Main Street and Brice Road.

Then the tomatoes started flying – hundreds of them, Reynoldsburg style – and crashing into the soon-to-be-demolished vacant building that is set to become home to a mixed-use, siege-anchored development. National Christian and Family of Churches Missionary Alliance.

Final plans for the region are not yet set in stone and final construction will likely take five to 10 years, but officials hope to include housing, a conference center and a hotel, in addition to Alliance operations and other office space and retail.

“When you come into Reynoldsburg by Main, that’s the first thing you’re going to see,” Reynoldsburg Mayor Joe Begeny said. “…You’re going to see a lot of development here, lots of restaurants, retail, commercial space, we’re going to have a convention center where there’s always something going on. And it will be open to everyone.

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