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Columbus is the state capital of Ohio and the largest city in the state with almost 900,000 inhabitants. Located east of Indianapolis, northeast of Cincinnati and southwest of Cleveland it has a central position which helps maintain its position as capital.
The economy of Columbus is wide and varied with everything from healthcare, education, government, insurance, banking, defense, aviation, logistics, manufacturing and other industries featuring heavily.
Corporate housing in Columbus is mainly furnished apartments and condominiums in the center of town. There are also some townhouses and single family homes should you require more space. Each will be fully furnished and equipped and ready to move in.
The diversity of the local economy has helped the city maintain steady growth and high employment. It’s something that adds confidence in investors and inhabitants and provides a relaxed feeling when you’re in the city.
Major employers in Columbus include JPMorgan Chase & Co., Nationwide, Ascena Retail Group, Inc., Honda of America, L Brands Inc., Cardinal Health, Huntington Bancshares Incorporated, Amazon, American Electric Power Company, Inc., Alliance Data Card Services, Whirlpool Corporation, Abercrombie & Fitch Co., DHL Supply Chain, TS Tech Co., Ltd., Abbott Nutrition, United Parcel Service, Inc., Spectrum, Teleperformance, Vertiv Co., Safelite Group, Inc. and Discover Financial Services, Inc.
Medical centers in Columbus include The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital, Grant Medical Center, Molina Healthcare of Ohio and McConnell Heart Hospital at Riverside.
Arriving in Columbus by air will see you at John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH). It serves most national and international airlines and is a short drive east of the city.
Roads include I-71, I-70, I-670, I-270 and Routes 23, 33, 40 and 315. The car is definitely king here with everything having been designed around having your own transport. Despite it being a huge city, traffic isn’t as bad as you might expect.
Columbus is large, diverse and full of interest and with high employment, it’s a contented place to live and work. There’s a lot going on here so boredom is not something you’re going to have to contend with.
Neighborhoods in Columbus include Clintonville, Northwest, Downtown, Harrison West, Far North, Worthington, West Columbus Interim, Bexley, Rocky-Fork Blacklick Accord, Upper Arlington, Northland, Greater Hilltop, Westland, University, Clintonville and Northeast.
Things to see and do in Columbus include Green Lawn Cemetery, The Jefferson Center for Learning and the Arts, LeVeque Tower, Franklin Park Conservatory, National Veterans Memorial and Museum, The Ohio History Connection, Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Opera Columbus, BalletMet Columbus, the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, CATCO and the Ohio State Fair.
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