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Old 04-14-2008, 02:53 PM
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My daughter will be moving to the Columbus area as an OSU grad student in about five months. I'd like to help her find a good place to live. She is not interested in the "college lifestyle," but would like to be in an apartment complex with young professionals. I understand that Upper Arlington and Worthington might be good areas, yes? She would like something in a safe area within a reasonable driving distance. Two bedrooms, some amenities, clean, well maintained - you know the drill I am sure. Are there certain apartment/townhouse complexes to look at? How about specific neighborhoods? The projected price range would be "upper medium" for the area; whatever that may be. Thanks! And and all help is appreciated.
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:18 PM
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Another person asked almost the same question on another thread, so Im just going to copy and paste what I wrote back to her becuase I think it fits just fine for this topic too -

I highly suggest The Meridian. I have a few friends who live there and it is a really nice place. There are some college students but many working professionals as well. Its pretty close to campus and in a good area. Heres a website where you can check it out - The Meridian in Columbus, OH
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