Apartments in Fifth by Northwest, Columbus, OH
Loosely grouped around Northwest Boulevard and West 5th Avenue in Columbus, Fifth by Northwest apartment rentals enjoy the many activities of nearby downtown along with the conveniences of a suburb, from salon services for humans and canines to friendly local cafes and shopping areas.
Things to do around downtown Columbus
Move in to one of the apartments for rent in Fifth by Northwest, and you're close to parks, historical sites, the Raymond Memorial Golf Course and trails for hiking and bicycling. But you're also close to bustling downtown Columbus, with botanical gardens, museums, cinemas, comedy clubs and nightlife that would do any city proud. A great city to raise a family, Columbus has an array of kid-pleasing attractions like the Center of Science and Industry, as well as children's theater and the delightful Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
For spectators, the city offers Columbus Blue Jackets hockey and Columbus Crew soccer, but sports fans who like to participate have some unique choices, like the Black Wing Shooting Center and the CoCo Key Water Resort.
Visitors and residents alike are intrigued by the appearance of food trucks - mobile eateries you might expect to see in New York and Boston but exude a charm all their own in downtown Columbus.
Education Choices near Fifth by Northwest
When considering excellence in education around the Columbus area, the Ohio State School for the Blind and Ohio State University come to mind, but the area has a wide range of public schools, preschools, trade schools, private schools and resources for gifted and special-needs children as well.
Higher education is well-served by a wide range of colleges and universities, including Ohio Wesleyan, Columbus Community College, Columbus College of Art and Design and Franklin University, as well as specialized schools for nursing and healthcare, business and criminal justice.
Getting around the Neighborhood
Apartments in Fifth by Northwest offer commuters easy access to I-70, I-270 and I-670, but those who prefer to let others do the driving should check public transportation options offered by the Central Ohio Transit Authority. For trips and local errands, the buses have a Bike 'n Bus option, and groups like Consider Biking provide information on biking as a green and healthy alternative as well as resources and trail maps for Greater Columbus.