Columbus Neighborhoods

Central – Clintonville/Old Beechwold

Central – Clintonville/Old Beechwold

Clintonville lies between the University District and the City of Worthington. From the historic turn-of-the 20th century houses to subdivisions from the 1980’s, Clintonville is home to over 30,000 citizens. Clintonville offers the amenities of wooded ravines, the Olentangy... Details

Central – Downtown Columbus

Central – Downtown Columbus

Downtown Columbus Live, work, play, Columbus    Details

Central – German Village

Central – German Village

German Village is a historic neighborhood just south of downtown Columbus. It was settled by a large number of German immigrants in the mid 1800s, By 1865, one-third of Columbus’s population was German and the community was flourishing. On December 30, 1974, it was added to... Details

Central – Grandview

Central – Grandview

Originally part of Marble Cliff, one of Columbus’s first suburbs, Grandview became a separate village in 1906 and was incorporated as a city in 1931. Located due west of downtown Columbus, Grandview is one of the region’s smaller suburbs covering just 1.4 square miles,... Details

Central – Harrison West

Central – Harrison West

A historic neighborhood dating to the 1870s, Harrison West has been experiencing a renaissance since the early 1980s. Most of the original housing stock remains, carefully renovated and updated to maintain the character of the neighborhood. Any empty lots are home to wonderful... Details

Central – Italian Village

Central – Italian Village

Italian Village is a historic district located in the near north side of Columbus, Ohio. Italian Village is known for its Italianate Victorian style homes and pre-turn of the century commercial buildings. Italian Village is considered part of the flourishing Short North Arts... Details

Central – Merion Village/Schumacher Place

Central – Merion Village/Schumacher Place

Merion Village is home to historic houses, churches, schools, a hospital and businesses, the Merion Village area remains a vibrant and special place. Today, many of the people residing in the area have strong family ties dating back to the early 1900s. The neighborhood continues... Details

Central – Short North/Victorian Village

Central – Short North/Victorian Village

The Short North is known as Columbus’ “art and soul,” the culturally rich Short North is pioneering the urban revitalization of Central Ohio. Visitors are invited to explore this area known for its eclectic art, dining, nightlife, fashion, home decor, and unique... Details

Central- Bexley

Central- Bexley

Bexley is a community of neighborly and classic tree-lined streets, of first-class restaurants and art galleries, and of excellent schools and places of learning.  Bexley is an established community that is constantly evolving. The city has a commitment to excellence and maintains... Details

East – Gahanna

East – Gahanna

Gahanna, with more than 34,000 residents, is one of the fastest-growing communities in the Columbus Region. Rich in heritage and diversity, it offers high-quality restaurants, eclectic shopping destinations, a quaint downtown and expansive green space. Gahanna has more park space... Details

East – Reynoldsburg

East – Reynoldsburg

Located 12 miles east of Columbus, Reynoldsburg is a community of 33,000 covering eleven square miles. Known for its low crime rate, its well-kept streets, its quality schools, and its stable economy, Reynoldsburg offers an excellent community standard of living. Reynoldsburg... Details

North – Lewis Center

North – Lewis Center

Orange Township is an unincorporated township in southern Delaware County, just north of Franklin County and Columbus, Ohio. The nearest neighbor to the north is Delaware, Ohio and to the southeast, is Westerville, Ohio. Alum Creek on the east and the Olentangy River on the west... Details

North – Powell

North – Powell

What makes the City of Powell one of the best places to live in the United States? According to CNN/Money Magazine,  jobs, education, crime rate and access to leisure activities earned Powell that title. Since receiving that distinction, the accolades have continued. Early... Details

North – Worthington

North – Worthington

Today, Worthington’s strong community spirit and excellent quality of life serve as the solid foundation for people of all ages, businesses, their employees and families. Education, a founding tenet of the city, remains a hallmark of Worthington. Its school district serves... Details

Northeast – New Albany

Northeast – New Albany

Once a small, rural farming community, the Village of New Albany is now one of Columbus’s most upscale suburbs. Thoughtfully researched and carefully planned, it is a community of open green spaces, pristine white fences, beautiful landscaping, and stately Georgian architecture.... Details

Northeast – Westerville

Northeast – Westerville

Westerville has grown through the years to become central Ohio’s largest suburb, but it has managed to maintain a small-town feel while preserving its physical and cultural past. Residents consider the city’s charm and its historic Uptown District to be among their favorite... Details

Northwest – Dublin

The City of Dublin strives to preserve and enhance the unique high quality of life offered to those who live or work in our community by providing the vision, leadership and performance standards which allow for managed growth and development. We endeavor to deliver our services... Details

Northwest – Upper Arlington

Curving, tree-lined streets; large lots; and stately homes from the 1920s and 30s are the hallmarks of this prestigious community first settled in 1918. More contemporary architecture, smaller residences, and rental properties are also plentiful. Whatever type of home they live... Details

Southeast – Canal Winchester

Canal Winchester is a vibrant and historic town located approximately 15 miles southeast of downtown Columbus, Ohio. Established in 1828, Canal Winchester has a rich history in agriculture, commerce and transportation. Now positioned along U.S. Route 33 in Franklin and Fairfield... Details

Southeast – Groveport

In the past twenty-five years, industrial parks appeared along the Route 317 corridor as Groveport sought to take advantage of both the Rickenbacker Port Authority and the nearby interstate highway. These businesses, such as Radio Shack, K-Mart, and Distribution Fulfillment Services... Details

Southwest – Grove City

Located just fifteen minutes south of downtown Columbus, this vibrant community of 28,000 residents has a comfortable small-town feel and a dynamic economic base, thanks to the dozens of companies that have relocated here in the past several years. Grove City offers exciting,... Details

West – Hilliard

Hilliard is located on the west side of Columbus and offers a rich heritage of residential structures and architectural styles can be found in the historic district along Norwich Street. The City of Hilliard looks towards the future by continuing its economic development efforts... Details