There’s an address in Columbus to suit your style, whatever it may be.

Columbus Neighborhoods mapNEAR DOWNTOWN:
Columbus has an eclectic mix of neighborhoods very close to downtown – from historic charm to a vibrant arts district. Learn more below about the University District, German Village, the Short North, Victorian Village and Italian Village. 

ESTABLISHED SUBURBS:
If you’re drawn to stately homes, historical charm and award-winning schools, consider places such as Upper Arlington, Clintonville, Grandview, Worthington and Bexley.
 
VIBRANT COMMUNITIES:
Interested in newer homes, community centers and outstanding schools? Check out Dublin, Hilliard, Powell or New Albany. 

MORE FAMILY-FRIENDLY OPTIONS:
Don’t stop looking! There are even more affordable housing options, lots of young families and plenty of activities in Westerville, Gahanna, Grove City and Pickerington. 

CHARM WORTH THE COMMUTE:
Delaware, north of Columbus, is the fastest-growing community in Ohio and looks like the quintessential small town. Northwest of the city, nearby Amish populations add to the appeal of Marysville and Plain City. To the east, you’ll find the Village of Granville, a quaint, New England-style community.

Here are a few neighborhoods in town that may capture your interest:

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University District

Close and convenient, this eclectic area includes 13 distinct neighborhoods in 2.83 square miles surrounding Ohio State. 

The district’s signature entertainment area, the Gateway, resulted from a decade-long partnership between the university and city intended to support the district’s revitalization. 

Visit the University District

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Downtown Columbus

This vibrant area has recently added thousands of new apartments and condominiums, as well as two showcase parks, Columbus Commons and Scioto Mile. 

Visit Downtown

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German Village

One of the largest privately funded preservation districts on the National Register of Historic Places. The brick-paved streets are lined with charming early- to mid-19th-century homes.

Visit German Village

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Victorian Village

Grand mansions and “painted ladies” from the Victorian Era edge the walkable streets.

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Italian Village

The homes and businesses in this part of town are undergoing rapid transformation and soaring popularity as people discover another neighborhood gem near downtown.

  • "Modern Columbus has emerged as a technologically sophisticated city."
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