Category:Downtown Columbus, Ohio

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English: Downtown Columbus is the Central Business District of Columbus, Ohio. The area centers around the intersection of Broad and High streets and is the home of most of the largest buildings in Columbus. It is bordered by I-670 on the north, St. Clair Avenue, N. Garfield Avenue, and Parsons Avenue on the east, Livingston Avenue and I-70 on the south, and the Scioto River on the west. Nearby is the State Capitol, the Ohio Theatre, Palace Theatre, Southern Theatre, and COSI. In the Northwest area is the Arena District, a mixed use development centered around the Nationwide Arena. The Discovery District is virtually everything east of Fifth and Sixth streets to the highways, including the historic Downtown residential neighborhood in the southeast corner, centered on Town Street and Franklin Avenue. Just to the west of downtown is Franklinton, also sometimes known as The Bottoms; to the east the Olde Towne East; to the north, The Short North and Victorian Village; and to the south German Village and the Brewery District.


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