Topic: Columbus Metro

What does Columbus, Ohio, have to offer?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Columbus is Ohio’s largest city as well as its capital. It is named after Christopher Columbus, and stays true to the explorer’s spirit of discovery. With over 750,000 residents, the city is the most populous state capital in the United States. Columbus’ location puts it within 550 miles of half of the entire U.S. population. […]

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What communities are close to Columbus but with a small-town feel?

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The East Columbus area is largely suburban and includes the communities of Reynoldsburg, Canal Winchester, and Brice, along with other small villages. Reynoldsburg bills itself as the “Birthplace of the Tomato” and prides itself on offering an “old-fashioned good time.” The city’s hallmark annual event is the Tomato Festival, held each September to celebrate the […]

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Where can I find a lively, active neighborhood in Columbus?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Dynamic and diverse, the University District is Columbus’ most densely populated area. North of downtown, the district is made up of several smaller neighborhoods that surround the Ohio State University campus. Proximity to a major university provides a wealth of cultural and educational opportunities to residents as well as providing a lively population of students […]

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Where can I find affordable apartments outside of Columbus?

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Delaware, Marion and Marysville each have something special to offer residents. Marysville unemployment rates are consistently below state and national averages due to its strong industrial, commercial, and agricultural roots. There are an estimated 1,300+ employers in the city, including Scotts Miracle-Gro, Honda’s Motorcycle and Auto Plants, and Nestle’s research and development. Maryville also boasts […]

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