Welcome to the Neighborhoods of Columbus WiKi.
The Wiki is from Joe Peffer, a Columbus area Realtor with Coldwell Banker King Thompson. The goal of the site is to become a comprehensive resource for all Columbus Neighborhood information.
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Berwin (Berwick Manor) - bordered by Livingston Avenue to the north, James Road to the west, Interstate 70 to the south, and the abandoned railroad line that lies just east of Bostwick Road to the east.
Discovery District - located in the eastern part of Downtown Columbus. It is bordered by the innerbelt on the north, east, and south sides, while 6th street makes the western border. Within the area are many cultural institutions, including the Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus College of Art and Design, as well as Franklin University, Capital University Law School and Columbus State Community College.
Eastland - centered around Eastland Mall, this area is located just south of I-70, while the I-270 outerbelt splits right through the area.
Forest Park - sandwiched between State Route 161 and Morse road, this neighborhood was built out in the 1960s and 1970s. Among its unique features are Tamarack Circle, a large roundabout as well as a YMCA branch. It is considered part of the larger Northland area.
Glenbrook - forming a triangular shaped area on the southeast side, this neighborhood is bordered by I-70 on the north, Courtright Road on the east, and US 33 on the south and west.
Hardesty Heights - located on the westside of the city, and the most western part of the neighborhood is also the city limits. It's eastern border is Norton Road, and it is directly across from Cherry Creek; the neighborhood is townhouse type condominiums, which all also have carports. Harrison West
Hungarian Village - on the south side of the city, one finds this relatively small neighborhood. Bordered by Merion Village on the north, Parsons and Woodrow Avenues make up the eastern and southern borders respectively, which High street defines the western edge.
King-Lincoln-Bronzeville - just east of downtown Columbus, this area is bordered by the Mount Vernon neighborhood on the north, Taylor Avenue on the east, Olde Towne East on the south, and Interstate 71 on the west.
Maize-Morse - just north of Linden, this neighborhood encompasses the area around and south of the former Northland Mall. It is considered part of the larger Northland area.
Merion Village - just south of German Village, [[Merion Village is a neighborhood with homes mostly from around the turn of the 20th century.
Northern Woods - found on the northeast side of the city, this neighborhood is bordered by the I-270 Outerbelt on the north and east, Minerva Park on the south, and the Northgate neighborhood on the west.
Northgate - just north of Forest Park, this neighborhood is bordered by I-270 on the north, the Northern Woods neighborhood on the east, and Karl Road on the west.
North Grandview - also sometimes referred to as the Tri-Village area, this neighborhood is bordered by the OSU campus on the north, the Olentangy River on the east, the Grandview and Marble Cliff corporate borders on the south, and the border with Upper Arlington on the west.
Northwood Park - This small residential neighborhood consists of the impressive turn-of-the-century brick homes on Oakland & Northwood Avenues between High Street and Indianola Avenue, immediately north of the Ohio State University campus. Northwood Park has been designated as a historical district.
Old North Columbus - found just north of the OSU Campus, and south of Clintonville, this area is formed around High Street as its main thoroughfare. It is also sometimes referred to more generally as the University District. It is known for its coffee houses and restaurants, including Indian food.
Olde Towne East
Riverbend - on the southwest side, one finds this neighborhood bordered by I-270, Alkire Road, State Route 3, and Clime Road.
Seagrave - this was a small area centered around the intersection of Lane Avenue and Kenny Road, on what is now the West Campus of The Ohio State University. Although much of the neighborhood was demolished to make way for State Route 315, a few buildings remain, including the ruins of the Laneview school.
Swaynes Addition - this small neighborhood is just south of downtown, it borders are S Parsons Ave to the west, S 18th St to the East, Livingston Ave to the North, and E Columbus St to the South.
Tri-Village - North Grandview
University District Central
University District Northeast
University District Northwest
University District Southeast
University District Southwest
University View - This neighborhood is part of the Tri-Village area, located just west of State Route 315 and the OSU campus. Nearly all the houses in this subdivision are of Cape Cod in style.
Weinland Park - on the near north side of the city, this neighborhood is bordered by East 11th Avenue on the north, the Big Four Railroad on the east, Italian Village on the south, and High street on the west.