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The geographic center of Ohio is also its economic center. With over 2 million residents and 11 counties, Columbus is home to some of the world’s most recognizable brands, research hubs and academic institutions. Rated as the #1 Opportunity City in the country by Forbes, Columbus is the perfect place for both a career and an enjoyable lifestyle. Columbus is home to over 50 colleges and universities and 16 Fortune 500 companies. Plus, with professional sports teams and a long list of museums and restaurants, you’ll never run out of things to do in Columbus.
Downtown Columbus is home to some of the city’s most iconic urban loft buildings, the Statehouse, hotels, and the Columbus Commons, an expansive green space home to Picnic With the Pops, Yoga in the Park and various other concerts and family friendly events.
Columbus is also home to an incredible arts and theater scene, including the Columbus Museum of Art and the historic Ohio Theatre. Don’t forget to catch a show at BalletMet and a performance by the Columbus Symphony.
Downtown is also home to historic buildings, including the iconic and historic Lazarus building. The historic department store was recently converted into a mixed-use development with luxury apartments, office space and retail. The project was completed in 2007 and has since become a prominent landmark in the city’s skyline.
The Greater Columbus Convention Center is also conveniently located in Downtown Columbus, on the edge of the Short North Arts District. The center underwent a major renovation in 2017, expanding its total exhibit space to 1.8 million square feet. The convention center boasts a modern design and features cutting-edge technology, making it a premier destination for conventions, trade shows, and special events.
Columbus’ riverfront area, the Scioto Mile, started as an initiative to transform the Downtown riverfront area. The project involved creating new parks, pathways, and attractions along the Scioto River, including the iconic fountain at Bicentennial Park. The Scioto Mile has since become a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, offering stunning views of the city and a variety of outdoor activities and events including the annual Columbus Arts Festival and Red White & Boom.
The Columbus Commons have become the gathering spot for those who want to kick off their shoes and walk in the grass. Plus, they can also enjoy the over 250 events that happen between April and October at the Commons.
Or, see one of the events at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, a show at the Columbus Theater, or hear the Columbus Symphony Orchestra.
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