Welcome To MidTown

  • Develop a Minimum Grid to better connect Columbus’s Core Community of MidTown and Uptown.

    That was MidTown, Inc.’s answer to the question posed by the first Knight Cities Challenge: What’s your best idea to make cities more successful? The Knight Foundation received 7,120 answers, asked 126 finalists to submit proposals, and selected 32 national winners. For Minimum Grid updates and details, read more >
  • Welcome HOME to MidTown!

    24 distinctive neighborhoods—including 6 National Register Historic Districts—define MidTown’s character. Convenient. Friendly. Neighborly. With parks, schools and places of worship; local and regional shopping; the Columbus Public Library, Columbus Museum and Columbus Aquatic Center. Walkable, bikable, connected. Come home to MidTown, in the center of everything. Read why residents choose MidTown...
  • $192,500,000 and Growing!

    Groundbreaking for the MCSD Fine and Performing Arts Magnet Academy was held on 2-27-2016. The school will  join the City Services Center,  Aquatic Center, the Columbus Public Library, Public Education Center and a favorite playground at this growing Civic Commons which has seen over $192,500,000 in public and private investment since 2003.
  • Small scale, BIG impact.

    How can we grow a thriving community at the neighborhood scale? Lot by lot and block by block. MidTown will be a lab for small-scale development through a 2016 Knight Cities Challenge project led by the Incremental Development Alliance. Learn more...
  • At the Heart of Midtown

    If MidTown is the heart of Columbus, then Lakebottom Park is the heart of MidTown. It is a place for recreation, walking, running, and playing. It is also a sanctuary for quiet reflection—a haven at the heart of the heart. Painting by Gloria Mani. 
Mingle Art 2017 Mary Pat King Low Res

Little Wildwood Park 2017, by Mary Pat King

Mingle 2017

Thursday, October 12
in Little Wildwood Park

Friends, neighbors, merriment, music and food under twinkling lights in Little Wildwood Park. Thank you to a fantastic committee, sponsors, patrons and guests for a delightful evening that supported the work of MidTown, Inc. Click HERE to see Mingle photos.

Are YOU MidTown?

On May 18, 2017, MidTown, Inc. received a $300,000 matching grant from an anonymous donor who loves MidTown, through the Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley, Inc. In 2017, YOUR support can make a difference x4: click HERE.

MidTown Shopping and Dining

Enjoy local shopping and dining in MidTown Columbus!

Lakebottom Red Frame

See a favorite place in a new way. Frame yourself and friends in video or photo. Post on Facebook and tag @MidTownColumbusGeorgia; Twitter, @MidTownColumbus; Instagram, @midtowncolumbus . Check out What’s Happening on 13th Street for more…

Look for the MBA Member Sign!

Help grow business in MidTown: shop, dine and support MidTown businesses where you see the Member sign. The MidTown Business Association is a thriving organization whose members currently represent over one hundred MidTown retail and service businesses, restaurants and professional practices.
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MidTown Properties

Tana-McHale-Hillcrest2-blogConvenience. Character. Community.
MidTown has it all. Make it your home for business or living. View selected MidTown residential and commercial properties, now available for sale. More >

How Can I Support MidTown, Inc?