Michael Redd’s TwentyTwo turning Olde Gahanna Schoolhouse into startup incubator

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Michael Redd and John Weaver searched nearly 100 Central Ohio offices for their investment firm and incubation space where entrepreneurs could learn from each other, and found it in an 1800s schoolhouse.

TwentyTwo has moved into the second-floor former principal’s office in Olde Gahanna Schoolhouse, 106 N. Short St., a three-story brick building that also served as a nursing home before architect George Parker converted it to offices in the late 1970s.

“We loved the spot; we loved the energy of the neighborhood,” said Weaver, CEO of TwentyTwo, the DBA of 22 Ventures LLC, which the two founded in late 2019.

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Written by Carrie Ghose.

Originally published November 16, 2021.

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