Columbus has nearly a hundred different neighborhoods, some within each other and overlapping. The Arena neighborhood is in the downtown district and offers a mix of residential, retail, and business areas with lots of shops and restaurants for residents to choose from. The Discovery District is home to many cultural attractions 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. German Village is a historical residential community bordered by Schiller Park.
With its own historical district but booming in the last century, Columbus has a mix of historical wrought-iron fenced single-family homes, 1960s brick ranch style homes, and modern duplexes, bi-levels and apartment buildings. As a representation of all things American, there's a home for everyone in Columbus. EZ Movers of Columbus can help you get safely moved into the home of your choice.
There are lots to keep Columbus residents busy. High Five is an effort to promote the five cultural neighborhoods of Columbus: the University District, the Arena District, The Short North, Downtown, and German Village. This combined area offers over 50 event venues, 40 art galleries, and a plethora of restaurants and shopping. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is world renown for its variety of animals and was ranked the top US zoo in 2009.