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Tour Downtown Columbus’ Warehouse District

Located in the northeastern part of Downtown, Columbus’ Warehouse District is grounded in history: its vintage buildings are taking on new lives through local businesses, each finding their roots in the District’s historic spaces. The architectural features that come with these historic buildings — high ceilings, tall windows, and exposed brick, to name a few — provide an open setting perfect for businesses, retail shops, galleries, restaurants, bars and more.

The Warehouse District is a one-of-a-kind place to live, work and play in Downtown Columbus — and it only continues to grow.

Dining in the Warehouse District

The District’s old-school feel provides the perfect atmosphere to grab a beer or enjoy a casual meal out.

Shopping and Entertainment in the Warehouse District

Unique business give the District its distinguished feel.

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Living and Working in the Warehouse District

Luxury apartments and office spaces available for lease.

Getting to the Warehouse District

Located just down the street from the Arena District and within walking distance to the Short North, the Warehouse District is easy to access.

  • Take a COTA bus down High and get off at Spring St, then walk a few minutes east
  • Rent a COGO bike with a membership or purchase an affordable one-time ride
  • Drive in and park in a lot or at paid hourly street parking
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