Downtown Columbus is bordered by Interstate-670, Interstate-71, Interstate-70 and State Route 315 and spans over 1500 acres.

Surrounded by popular neighborhoods like the Short North, Italian Village, Victorian Village, and German Village, Downtown is an impressive mecca with a lot to offer a variety of people. Host to hundreds of restaurants, hotels, businesses, and more, Downtown is a historical landmark and representation of everything that is new in urban development. Several markets, concert venues, outdoor theatres, and more make up the endless options for entertainment Downtown as well. Also located in the area is the State Capitol, making the neighborhood the governmental hub for all of Ohio.

With major development initiatives and city clean up, Downtown is the place for unique, urban style living with refinement that makes it more enjoyable than ever. Thousands of units have been completed and many more are in the works, making for enticing residential options. Visit Metro-Rentals to explore.

Columbus was founded in 1812 and named Ohio’s state capitol shortly after. As most metropolitan areas, Downtown Columbus faced abandonment and decline as the push towards suburban living and business developed. Between 2000 and 2005 nearly $2 billion in public and private investments have been made, drawing more people to the city once again. Downtown also has experienced inclined success due to “The Cap” connecting it to outside, thriving neighborhoods.

Development and growth continues to be part of its culture, making for an extremely exciting future for Downtown Columbus. Visit Downtown Columbus to stay updated on news and the future of Downtown.


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