Columbus: Where the Schools Listen to Your Input
January 24, 2017

Naturally, one of the first topics to come up for young families when considering a possible new location for their home is what the schools are like. National ranking and specific measures of quality are certainly part of the equation…

Moving History in Columbus
January 24, 2017

Here’s a challenging moving project that some lucky moving company in Columbus Ohio may be faced with soon….

Efforts to Attract Young, Urban Professionals
January 24, 2017

We’re proud to be able to report that Columbus has just received some exposure in Mother Jones magazine, via an article that looks at the ways in which Midwestern cities are attempting to attract educated and professional members…

Rough Weather for Moving
January 24, 2017

The weather forecast for the coming week in Columbus might make for an extra challenge if you’re facing a move-in deadline in that time. Some areas may experience flooding, which can cut off certain routes of ingress…

Cleveland Sports in Columbus, and Vice Versa
January 24, 2017

A recent article in the Columbus Dispatch pointed out that last spring’s agreement between the Lake Erie Monsters and the Columbus Blue Jackets was just the latest in a series of partnerships between major league sports teams…

Tech Industry Steadily Moving into Columbus
January 24, 2017

Among various other indicators that Columbus, Ohio is rapidly growing both economically and culturally, the Columbus Dispatch has reported that it is a particularly attractive market for information technology professionals and tech…

Downtown Columbus is No Longer a Secret
January 24, 2017

On Wednesday, the Columbus Dispatch published a brief article with a hopeful perspective on the city’s reputation in the rest of the country. As Susannah Elliott puts it, there is growing evidence that people no longer view Ohio’s…

Plans Emerging for the Columbus North Market
January 24, 2017

Columbus Business First published an article on Wednesday regarding the potential redevelopment of the city’s North Market and its parking lot. The growing interest in the project reflects current shortcomings,

From Weekend Getaway to Lifelong Relocation
January 24, 2017

On Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution published a handy travel guide for Georgia residents planning a vacation in our fair city. The article gave recommendations for three ways of traveling: on a tight,

A Good Financial Year for Columbus
January 13, 2017

According to The Columbus Dispatch, Mayor Andrew J. Ginther is going to have about four percent more city revenue than initially projected, to spread across the annual budget in the coming year. For people whose future places…