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Featured Apartments in Dublin, OH
Convenient Location...Minutes To Tuttle Mall...Dublin Schools...
Dublin OH, 43016
Minutes From Tuttle Mall & I-270...Professional Fitness And Business Center...Resort Pools & Spa...
Dublin OH, 43016
Located in the Dublin School District, Perimeter Lakes is minutes from I-270, Rt. 161, and Rt. 33. Perimeter Lakes offers townhomes and apartment homes with garage parking, a finished lower level recreation room, fireplace, and breakfast bar or center island. Residents enjoy the community amenities such as poolside WiFi, clubhouse with WiFi lounge, fitness center, and walking trails.
Dublin OH, 43017
Comfort. Convenience. It's All About You!
Dublin OH, 43016
The visually striking brick and natural siding exteriors of The Residences at Scioto Crossing are just a small part of the apartment community's charm.
Dublin OH, 43016
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Overview of Dublin
The unique city of Dublin welcomes new residents to its rapidly growing and charming community. Just 20 minutes from downtown Columbus, the Ohio city is the ideal place to pursue entrepreneurial dreams, raise a family or enjoy a high standard of living.
People seeking Dublin apartments for rent will find that the city has plenty of housing options available for residents.
Living in Dublin, OH
Before Dublin was formed, various Native American tribes occupied this area of Ohio. The Adenas, Delaware, Hopewell, Shawnee and Wyandot tribes lived off of the land until the U.S. government gave Lieutenant James Holt 2,000 acres for his service in the Revolutionary War. In the early 1800s, John Sells purchased several hundred acres of this land, right along the Scioto River. The land from the purchase would later be transformed into the heart of historic downtown Dublin.
Dublin remained a small rural village for many years. In the 1970s, when the Interstate-270 construction project was completed and a residential community was built, the area began to see significant growth. A large amount of commercial development transformed Dublin into a thriving business area.
Dublin has continued to grow over the years, and is home to more than 42,000 residents. Even though it only became a city in 1987, its business development and strong residential community have made it a desirable place to reside in Ohio.
Dublin Work and Study
Easily accessible from Dublin is Columbus State Community College. This local two-year school has served the community since 1963, and it now serves more than 30,000 of pupils. The institution prides itself on its small class sizes and diverse student body. With multiple different courses of study to choose from, students can easily find a program that suits their needs. Another nearby option is Ohio State University, which serves more than 64,000 students. With 175 different undergraduate majors, attendees are sure to find a program that interests them. U.S. News ranked the school one of the top 20 national public universities.
Dublin is more than an ideal city for commuting students - it's also a thriving business center in Ohio. Some of the top employers in Dublin include Nationwide Insurance, Cardinal Health, Medco Health Solutions, Dublin City Schools and Ohio Health.
Rentals in Dublin, OH, and Cost of Living
Dublin apartments can range from about $900 to $1,250 per month. The U.S. Census Bureau found that the median gross rent in the city was $1,090.
Because Dublin is a business-friendly city with such close proximity to Columbus, some residents may think the cost of living is worthwhile.
Dublin Attractions and Special Events
One of the city's landmarks if the Abbey Theater of Dublin. This community theater gives residents the chance to view their friends, neighbors and professionals in various performances throughout the year. From comedy acts to ballets and plays, there is an event for everyone interested in the performing arts at the Abbey Theater.
Those who want to explore the outdoors or get their kids involved with nature activities will love Dublin's commitment to preserving outdoor space for the community. The local parks, wildlife habitats and waterways have a lot to offer residents of all ages. With local scavenger hunts, classes and a naturalist volunteer program, everyone can get involved and learn more about Ohio's natural environment.
When some Dublin residents want to enjoy a day to reflect, they can head to the Grounds of Remembrance, located in the city's Veterans Park. The park is a tribute to military members who have served the country both at home and abroad. Visitors can view the hundreds of dedication stones on which residents have inscribed names of military members or special messages.
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