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Old 06-09-2009, 06:11 PM
 
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I just graduated from college and am moving to Columbus and working at Nationwide Children's Hospital. I'm looking for luxury apartments in an area where I'll be surrounded by people my age but still close to the hospital. Any ideas? Thanks for your help!
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Old 06-09-2009, 06:24 PM
 
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Arena Crossing or you could look for a double in victorian village or german village. Here's a good website where you can look for apartments and houses to rent in the various districts/cities in Columbus.

Metro-Rentals.com: Houses, apartments, and commercial properties for lease in Ohio
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Old 06-18-2009, 05:19 PM
 
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The heart of German Village has fabulous places and the neighborhood is very very close to Children's Hosp. Downtown is also very close and has lots of new, utterly cool, luxurious condos and lofts. But downtown gets pretty quiet at nighttime. Bexley very close and nice, but more family-oriented. If you want place for hip young people, go for an area called the "Short North" -- along High Street just north of downtown. Lots of activity, art galleries, restaurants, nice park (Goodale) and the University is nearby. I agree that the Arena District would work, but so far I don't see a real community feeling exisint yet, and a dearth of basics, like grocery store, drug store, etc. Also consider the Brewery District -- now that it has that extraordinary Kroger's store, it's good neighborhood to live. I have friends who live at the Waterford and the Carlyle -- an they love it. I lived in Victorian Village for years and liked it a lot. But the shopping for apts is tough because there is such a broad range from slummy to Top Luxury, and you have to go and look at a lot.
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