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Let's build more new housing--great--as everyone wants to move to cities' downtowns again, but you cannot have a "Short North" as it started out with former parking lots becoming sites for pricey high-rises! The Short N is a fun place to visit, but I've stopped...More
The Short North is not to be missed if you are in Columbus. So many cute little specialty stores, art galleries, and the food, oh my the food. One of our favorite things to do is to go down and just "hop" from place to...More
When coming to Columbus, or even living there, the Short North is here people go for food, art, fun, and more. This is the place to see a variety of shops, restaurants, art classes, and so much more. Stop by the North Market for unique...More
The lack of parking is taking its toll. Several small business's and galleries have gone out of business as of summer of 2018 but strides are being made to rectify the problem. Let's hope it's not too late. The District is wonderful, vibrant and growing.
Very good area of shops, restaurants, art spaces and galleries and it is all on the free circular shuttle. If you are at or near the convention center this is a great place to walk and stroll and take in the shops or stop for...More
Start near the Nationwide HQ building, then hit the north market then back to High Street and keep walking north. Shops. Candy. Food. Brew pubs. Trollies. A peddle wagon roaming bar. Exercise and drink at the same time. Again, something for everyone. Cheers!
During the day meters are available on side streets, However, don't park without a meter, You will be ticketed or towed. Also, I often go to the north market. You can park and shop there, and you get a certain amount of free... More
During the day meters are available on side streets, However, don't park without a meter, You will be ticketed or towed. Also, I often go to the north market. You can park and shop there, and you get a certain amount of free parking if you buy something and ask the merchant for a validation ticket. It is a short walk up to high street. Also at Hubbard and high there is a free lot, limited space, but don't go at lunch and parking is more available. If you like to walk, start at Goodale and high, there is a garage at the Cap, next to the convention center. Head north and there are many blocks of restaurants and galleries. Also, The Cbus is a free bus that goes up and down high and Front streets, connecting German village and the Brewery district.
You can park on front or high, or third south of the short north and catch the bus. Check out google maps, it should show streets and parking garages.
I am sorry that I am just now getting back to you. Yes, I would suggest seeing the Short North. If you go during the day it will be quieter and may make for a nice stroll. If you go at night it can get a little crazy but... More
I am sorry that I am just now getting back to you. Yes, I would suggest seeing the Short North. If you go during the day it will be quieter and may make for a nice stroll. If you go at night it can get a little crazy but it is an urban area so that comes with the territory. German Village, the Short North, the Victorian Village, the Scioto Mile (downtown) and southern Worthington would all be places that would suggest seeing while you're here. If you eat in the Short North try the Pearl.