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 >
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  • 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...
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  • $157,500,000 and Growing!

    The new City Services Center,  Aquatic Center and parking garage join the Columbus Public Library and Public Education Center to create a vibrant civic and educational complex anchoring Midtown's eastern boundary. This single area at Macon Road and I-185 has seen over $157,500,000 in public and private investment since 2003.
  • Like MidTown on Facebook

    Keep up with MidTown special events, business updates and conversation. You can also check out the website’s MidTown News and Events to read the latest news, see friends and neighbors in the photo gallery, or look back at the MidTown Momentum archive. Facebook >
  • 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. 

MidTown Mingle 2015

Thursday, October 8, 6:30-10 pm

Mark your calendars now for MidTown, Inc.’s annual celebration and fundraiser. This year at the Peachtree-Park Drive Circle in the Wynn’s Hill-Overlook Historic District. $50 per person. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Courtney Ellis at 706.494.1663. Detail from An Overlook Mingle by Jo Farris.

 

Little Free Libraries

MidTown, Inc. received a grant from the Flint Energies Foundation to support the design and installation of three Little Free Libraries at MidTown sites. Little Free Libraries is an international initiative that promotes literacy and brings together communities. A Little Free Library is described as a “take a book, leave a book” community gathering place for readers of all ages. Look for the first MidTown Little Free Libraries in 2015.

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Invest in Making MidTown EVEN Better

Your  investment in Midtown, Inc.supports our ongoing efforts to sustain and enhance the neighborhoods and businesses in MidTown Columbus.  Together, we are making MidTown EVEN better.  To make a tax-deductible contribution, click, here.

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Mingle 2015 Proud Sponsor

We are proud to recognize the towering presence on Wynnton Road as our lead MidTown Sponsor for Mingle 2015. We appreciate Aflac’s commitment to sustaining and enhancing our community. All of the Mingle sponsors and patrons support MidTown, Inc.’s work to Make MidTown Even Better. Save the date and look for details for Mingle 2014, Midtown’s annual community celebration and fundraiser.

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 has character(s)!

Generations of MidTowners have grown up knowing Lieutenant — a patriotic name his aunt gave him when he was born on November 12, the day after Armistice Day. Lieutenant Stevens has served his famed Scramble Dog at Dinglewood Pharmacy for over 60 years. More >

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