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Featured Apartments in Xenia, OH
Picture yourself at THISTLEWOOD APARTMENTS enjoying the convenience of city living along with the quiet charm of country life.
Xenia OH, 45385
Brand New Upscale Apartment Community in Xenia...Conveniently Located Off I-35...Only Minutes from Shopping, Dining and Entertainment...
Xenia OH, 45385
Single-Story With Double-Wall Construction Between Apartments...Easy-Care Wall Coverings In Every Unit...PRIVATE PATIO, New laundry facility on site.
Xenia OH, 45323
Single-Story With Double-Wall Construction Between Apartment...Easy-Care Wall Coverings In Every Unit...PRIVATE PATIO
Xenia OH, 45324
A Charming community in the beautiful Kettering, Superior Location, Awesome Residents... With Shopping, Dining, and recreation at your fingertips....Paramount in convenience with I-675 and I-75 just minutes away. Welcome Home!!!!
Xenia OH, 45429
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Overview of Xenia
Xenia, Ohio, is the seat of Greene County. The city took its name from the Greek word for hospitality, and people looking for Xenia apartments for rent will find that over the years the city has lived up to its name. It has approximately 25,900 residents, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, and offers a tight-knit community in the south-east region of Ohio.
Living in Xenia, OH
Xenia was founded in 1803, and the name "Xenia" was decided on by a resident because of the hospitality he was shown when he moved to the community. The town was incorporated 14 years later and saw its first population growth in 1843 when the Little Miami Railroad reached it. One of Xenia's most turbulent times in history is also testament to its strength. In 1974, a tornado destroyed almost half of the city's buildings, but the town bounced back. Today, Xenia's top industries include manufacturing, construction and retail trade. Residents can also find work in bigger, nearby cities such as Dayton, and their average commute time is 22 minutes. Residents with apartments in Xenia enjoy close proximity to the Greene County-Lewis A. Jackson Regional Airport and Greene Memorial Hospital. They also have access to other area hospitals within 20 miles and several institutes of higher education, including Wright State University and the University of Dayton.
Xenia's Public Service Department oversees more than one dozen area parks.
Xenia Attractions and Special Events
Xenians enjoy the community-focused activities in the city. The city maintains many bike paths and trails, which connect residents to other cities and has earned Xenia a spot on Health Magazine's list of "America's 10 Fittest Cities for Women." Residents can keep up with all of the town's happenings - such as festivals, Greene County Public Library programs and city grants - in the Xenia Communicator newsletters. When Xenia residents want the feel of bigger cities, they can travel to Columbus, which is roughly 61 miles northwest, or Cincinnati, which is 55 miles southwest.
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