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    By the end of this year, central Ohio is expected to have added more than 7,500 new apartments to the market since the start of 2013. With all those new units, one might imagine that rent prices would fall. But experts say that average rents are still expected to rise this year and vacancy rates are projected to move up only slightly.

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    Central Ohio has snared a call center for a rapidly growing online retailer, bringing an estimated 900 new jobs. Seattle-based Zulily, which offers daily deals for women, children and infants, has chosen the region for expansion and will do the hiring over the next three years.

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