Midtown Columbus is centrally located and has a sense of place, rooted in rich history. It’s everything you want, all in one place.
Midtown Columbus’ stories, distinctive places, and people past and present contribute to its character. Midtown Columbus’ character is seen in its distinctive and diverse architecture, art, parks, galleries, and businesses.
It may only take up six square miles, but the Midtown neighborhood of Columbus has everything you could ever need- or want!
Check out the great amenities you’ll experience when you rent an apartment in Midtown Columbus:
Easy access to I-185
I-185 is the eastern boundary of Midtown Columbus. If you need to head south to Ft. Benning, make a quick trip north to the Peachtree Mall, or want to head even further north and link up with I-85, you’ll have an easy way to do it.
Lots of job opportunities
Your Midtown Columbus apartment is a short walk from Aflac’s international headquarters. Clear Channel, Sun Trust, and Wells Fargo also have facilities here. Dozens of local businesses and non-profits are housed here. Between the central location and unique charm, many businesses want to be here. You shouldn’t have any trouble finding a great job!
A wealth of history
Midtown Columbus is made up of six different districts that are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You’ll see everything from tree-lined streets dating back to before the Civil War, to houses that have a unique 1940’s architectural style. The local Burger King sits in a Tudor home that was built in the 1920’s!
Lots of green space
Tree-lined streets aren’t the only influence that Mother Nature has here. No matter what part of Midtown Columbus your apartment sits in, you’ll be close to parks like Lakebottom Park, Veterans Memorial Park, and the Leonora Sarling Fountain.
Whether you like thrift store bargains, upscale boutiques, or fine art- you’ll find it all in Midtown. Many retail centers in Midtown Columbus have been renovated in recent years, so you’ll get modern conveniences with a historical twist.
Unique dining choices
Whether you want comfort food or upscale cuisine, you’ll find it nearby!
Locals and the vast majority say their favorite place in Midtown Columbus is Dinglewood Pharmacy. This the oldest eating establishment in all of Columbus and is famous for its historic soda fountain, chili and the “scrambled dog”.
Of course, this wouldn’t be Georgia without some great barbecue! Midtown Columbus locals love both Country’s Barbecue and the Smokey Pig.