North Linden is a suburban community about 6 miles north of downtown Columbus and 4 miles east of The Ohio State University. With plentiful shopping and parks, North Linden gives renters a mix of entertainment options while embracing the natural, residential vibe of the less congested suburbs. Apartments for rent in North Linden, just to the east of I-71, are conveniently located near highways to give commuters an impossibly short 10-minute travel time to downtown Columbus.
For nature lovers, there are many parks near North Linden. Cooke Park and Huy Road Park are good spots to take the dog out or go for a walk. Linden Park offers basketball and tennis courts as well as athletic fields and a community recreation center. For renters more interested in sports only seen during the Winter Olympics, the Columbus curling club is located in North Linden for anyone who wants to watch or learn how to curl. Just south of North Linden apartment rentals, Ohio's premier Major League Soccer team, the Columbus Crew, play their home games. Be sure to wear black and gold!
Apartments for rent in North Linden give residents an array of private and public schools. There are public elementary and middle schools as well as KIPP Journey Academy, a public charter school, all within a mile or two of one another. Columbus Alternative High School is located right near the center of North Linden and ranks highly among many national publications, like U.S. News & World Report.
North Linden apartment rentals offer residents a great location for moving around the Columbus area. Renters only need to hop onto I-71 for a quick 10- to 15-minute drive into downtown Columbus, or take Route 3 to the east. For bicycle enthusiasts, the ride is only slightly longer at around 25 minutes or 5 miles through residential neighborhoods. Bus routes Blue 8 and Green 81 run through North Linden to downtown, and Port Columbus International Airport is just 15 minutes away by car.