The fourth office building to be built in the Worthington Station office condominium complex was approved by the Worthington Architectural Review Board (ARB) last week.

The fourth office building to be built in the Worthington Station office condominium complex was approved by the Worthington Architectural Review Board (ARB) last week.

The complex is located on the east side of Proprietors Road, just north of East Granville Road, on the site of the former Worthington Foods.

When the old factory was demolished, the city approved plans to fill the space with 12 office condominiums. So far, three have been built.

The fourth will be the dental office of Kevin Huelsman, D.D.S., who currently works out of leased space at 6565 Worthington-Galena Road.

Huelsman said he lives in Dublin, and considered moving his practice there before settling on the Proprietors Road site.

"I love Worthington," he said. "I just want to own my own building."

The building will carry out the railroad station style of the complex. It will be single-story, wood frame, with brick half way up and a pitched roof.

It will be smaller than the other buildings and those originally proposed. Instead of 4,800 square feet in area, it will be 3,600 square feet.

The building will be the same width as the other buildings on the site, but will not be as deep.

The dental office will occupy 2,374 square feet, with 1,226 square feet available to lease and to eventually expand the practice.

At the request of ARB members, some changes were made to proposed plans, which some believed were not sufficiently detailed.

"This looks kind of plain," said ARB member James Sauer.

Two gables will be added to the entrances on the rear of the building and will be offset to added relief to that view of the building.

The applicant also agreed to screen all mechanicals with landscaping and to paint the building tan to match the others in the complex.

Completion date is listed as April 1, 2010, on the architectural review application.

"If we could have the doctor in yesterday, we would love it," said consultant Steve Tipton.