Columbus is a city with both a past and a future, where old traditions and institutions give birth to new ideas. It began as the home of the Ohio State University. Today it is the next great American design city. Who knows where Columbus will be tomorrow? As a resident, you will help write the next chapter in the city's story.
With almost 60000 strong enrolled at Ohio State, you can guarantee that the tempo of university life is the heartbeat of Columbus. There are a lot of benefits to sharing space with the university. World-class lecturers, entertainers, musicians, and artists regularly stop here on national tour or campus tour. Not all of its intellectual life is confined to campus grounds, either. Unavoidably, what goes on in the classrooms and lecture halls of the Ohio State leaves those four walls to make the city of Columbus a natural intellectual leader. Just check out the festival idUS, which invites the world to Columbus to discuss cutting edge trends in design and sustainability. With so many bright minds, competition thrives here, producing better and better products and services for the future. If you prefer the competition on the football field to what goes on in the lecture hall, you will have plenty of opportunities to cheer on one of the best teams in college football. Whatever your passion-- the life of the mind, athletics, the arts, and everything in between-- you can find it here.
Start with neighborhoods like the Short North Arts District. Stroll along High Street and stop in every gallery that catches your fancy. Continue in German Village, where every nook and cranny of local bookstore The Book Loft is crammed with books. As you would expect, the food in German Village is fantastic. Schmidt's Sausage Haus should be on your tour of the area. Fuel up for the day at the Pistacia Vera, where great coffee and pastries made by German grandmothers meet and mingle. On nearby 3rd street, you can walk off the calories while you admire architecture reminiscent of a German village, straight from the nineteenth century.
Germans are not the only group who left their mark on Columbus. The city enjoys a long and proud history as a center of African-American life and achievement. Black Enterprise magazine calls Columbus one of their "Top Ten Cities for African Americans." Everywhere you'll see evidence of the ways African-Americans played a crucial role in making this city what it is. The King Arts Complex-- built, staged, and lived in almost entirely by people of color-- is one landmark that's worth the trip to see. As you visit, you'll be walking in the footsteps of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and the Cotton Club Dancers, who made this venue legendary. The legacy of African-Americans in Columbus goes back even further into history, though, with the story of runaway slaves, who escaped to freedom in Canada through safe houses In Columbus. To learn more, visit the Kelton House, a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Columbus is a city that will never fail to fascinate and surprise you. New Home Source is proud to help you start the search for a new home in the Arch City. You can start by browsing through new home communities, or you can access individual listings for all new homes in Columbus. And don't forget about the great modular homes, luxury homes, and condos in Columbus.
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