Topic: Columbus Metro

Where can I find a neighborhood in downtown Columbus with lots of cultural activities?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

This area of downtown Columbus is called the Discovery District for a very good reason: it is home to four colleges, dozens of non-profit organizations, museums, and more. Home of the Columbus Metropolitan Library, BalletMet, Columbus Museum of Art, and Franklin University, the Discovery District has a lot to offer residents. And there is more […]

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Where can I find quality communities close to downtown Columbus?

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Northwest Columbus has something for every taste, from larger cities to tiny townships, each with a distinctive personality. Dublin, named for the city in Ireland, is a thriving suburban area proud of its Irish roots. The area has 46 parks, spanning more than 1,100 acres, biking and hiking trails, a community recreation center that includes […]

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Where can I find an affordable, down-to-earth neighborhood in Columbus?

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The Greater Hilltop area encompasses several residential neighborhoods on the west side of Columbus, including Highland West, Wilshire Heights, and Westgate. It gets its name because it sits on top of a rise that slopes down to the Scioto River. Highland West is known as Columbus’ first suburb. It is a diverse area with an […]

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Where can I find a slower pace of life in the Columbus area without feeling isolated?

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Just west of the downtown Columbus area there are several small townships and villages; perfect for those looking for a slower pace of life while still being close to everything the city has to offer. They offer a rural feel with all the amenities of modern life. The village of Grove City is considered one […]

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Where can I find a suburb of Columbus that has excellent cultural attractions?

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Dublin, Ohio, one of the fastest growing suburbs of Columbus, was named after the city in Ireland and stays true to its Irish roots. Each year, the city plays host to the Dublin Irish Festival, which attracts over 90,000 visitors. It is one of the largest Irish festivals in the country. Several large corporations are […]

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Where can I find a desirable but affordable community close to downtown Columbus?

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The city of Bexley is a community of about 13,000 and is considered to be one of the most desirable places to live in the suburbs of Columbus. It is home to the Ohio Governor’s Mansion, a highly regarded school system, and the prestigious Bullitt Park district. Bexley’s main street district features shopping, dining, and […]

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Where can I find a suburb close to downtown Columbus with good schools and good quality of life?

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Upper Arlington, birthplace of golfer Jack Nicklaus, lies just northwest of downtown Columbus. It is considered a “first-ring” suburb of the city. The city dates back to 1913, and in 1985 the southern half of the city, known as “Old Arlington,” was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today the Upper Arlington Historical […]

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Where is a hot new residential area in downtown Columbus?

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Where is a hot new residential area in downtown Columbus? The Arena District covers 75 acres and is home to: the Nationwide Arena, where the NHL Blue Jackets play; Huntington Park, home of minor league baseball’s Columbus Clippers; the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion, an outdoor music venue; and the Arena Grand Theatre. Once the site of […]

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Where can I find a progressive community close to downtown Columbus?

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Since the 1990s, the village of New Albany has experienced rapid growth and expansion, due in large part to the residency of Les Wexner, founder of The Limited women’s clothing chain. The village has managed its growth through planning and attention to detail. New Albany’s philosophy is that “it’s not just where we live, but […]

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Which neighborhood in Columbus has the best arts scene?

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The Short North Arts District—the area just north of downtown Columbus and just south of the Ohio State University campus—is hip, bohemian, and happening. The neighborhood is a gathering place for artists and students. The Short North is home to many art galleries, shops, pubs, nightclubs, and coffee houses. The area is alive with activity, […]

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