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CityView at 3
A photo taken from across the Scioto River of downtown Columbus Ohio.

Downtown Columbus

Downtown Columbus has so much to offer and living in CityView at 3rd puts you within walking distance of nearly everything.  You'll find top notch entertainment including Broadway plays, national touring bands and entertainers.  The Ohio, Palace  and Southern Theatres, Riffe Center and Nationwide Arena are each within walking distance.    Outstanding restaurants, wineries, gastropubs  and microbreweries are prevalent and the Blue Jackets and the Clippers offer great sports action.

A photo of North Market in the Arena District of Columbus Ohio.

The Short North

To those of you moving to Short North from outside the city,  congratulations on moving to such a diverse and exciting part of the city,  you're going to love it.  CityView at 3rd is just one block northeast of the Short North.  Unique, trendy and hip are just a few of the words often used to describe the Short North community.  The Short North is a fun place to spend an afternoon or evening offering food, drink, shopping and more throughout a 3/4 mile stretch from the Convention Center to just south of the Ohio State  University Campus.  With so much to enjoy, just outside your door, CityView at 3rd is a great place to be.

The Arena District
A photo of the very large Arena District sign across from Nationwide Arena in downtown Columbus Ohio.

Arena District Activities

When it comes to fun, food and entertainment, the Arena District is the place to be.  It's centered by Nationwide Arena, home of the Columbus Blue Jackets the only professional NHL franchise team in Ohio and by Huntington Park, the home of the Columbus Clippers... the Triple-A minor league affiliate of the Cleveland Indians.  The Arena District boasts great restaurants, pubs, a movie theatre, and much more.  It's right around the corner from CityView at 3rd.

A photo of the large Harold Cooper statue outside of the Columbus Clippers' Huntington Park.

The Brewery District/ German Village

German Village is a historic neighborhood just south of downtown.  It was added  to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, and today it is one of the premier historic restorations in the world.   It has several well-known, locally owned restaurants  including  Katzinger's  Delicatessen, Schmidt’s Sausage Haus, Barcelona, Lindey's and Thurman's.   The neighborhood is  home to one  of the world's largest producers of stained glass, the Franklin Art Glass Studios as well  as several art galleries including the Archive Gallery, Hawk Galleries, Keny  Gallery and Kight Studio.   The Brewery District is just west of German Village  and is the home of several restaurants and microbreweries  including the Columbus Brewing Company, Planks and the High Beck Corner Tavern.

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