161 Condos For Sale in Columbus, OH

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Ohio’s capital city and its largest metropolis, Columbus, has been nicknamed ‘The Discovery City’, ‘The Indie Art Capital’, and ‘The Biggest Small Town in America’. With such a vibrant reputation, it is no wonder that the housing market of Columbus is growing by leaps and bounds and full of variety, no matter what neighborhood you choose. From town homes to tudor-style houses, modern mansions to modest starter cottages, Columbus’s residences are characterized by diversity and creativity.

A whopping 21 different districts make up the city of Columbus, ranging from the historical splendor of Olde Town East to the unique heritage of the Italian Village to the up-and-coming energy of the popular Brewery District. Each of Columbus’s districts contain many different neighborhoods and subdivisions within its borders. Columbus is home to both older, historical districts that contain centuries old homes as well as many modern developments that are full of new structures. The Near East Side, for example, is a primarily new residential area that also contains many parks and recreational areas. Forest Park is home to nearly 3,000 single-family homes and duplexes, as well as many apartments, condominiums, and commercial spaces. Though the Downtown Columbus area is the bustling business district where more than 80,000 residents work, it is also a residential center for more than 6,000 residents who call it home.

With its foundation in finance and insurance, education, fashion and design, defense, technology, manufacturing, logistics, food services, government, medical research and healthcare, and tourism and leisure, the economy of Columbus is strong. There are four companies in Columbus with Fortune 500 rankings, including Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, American Electric Power, Big Lots, and L Brands. Fast food chains Wendy’s and White Castle are headquartered in Columbus. Top employers in the city include Ohio State University, Battelle Memorial Institute, JPMorgan Chase, Chemical Abstracts, Siemens, Roxane Laboratories, ABB Group, and Mettler Toledo.