Originally Posted by suited
I live in Columbus as well and plan on moving to Miami or Los Angeles in the next few years. What are you looking for in your place of living? Is weather most important, if so, you've just eliminated about every state minus CA and FL.
Why would you want to move somewhere warm, the weather is great here. I think today's high was about 13.
Originally Posted by Cavalier
Do you actually live in Columbus? Everyone on here who says they live in Columbus lives out in the country/cow-town in towns that aren't Columbus i.e. Westerville, Dublin, Gahanna, etc. Hence why life sucks. If you lived in Short North/Victorian Village/Italian Village, the neighborhood is a little slice of heaven. Tons of young kids, varying degrees "of hipsterness", tons of local galleries and shops to support. I can buy a pair of APC New Standards a block away from where I live..... tons of great locally owned restaurants, great happy hours, gallery hops. All for very low $$, and you can even get away with out having a car here. P.S. I grew up in Chicago and a lot of people living in the Short North are from Chicago originally. Lot's of advantage to living here IMO (granted Chicago is a beautiful city). Good luck trying to find a pair of APC jeans down the street in Chicago btw
Short North is a lot of fun. What's that huge antiques emporium in SN? I think it's on the corner of 4th & High, but I might be wrong. It's great. I imagine life in Dublin/Westerville/Upper Arlington is just like that of any other suburb: mundane, quiet, boring for anyone without a family. Actually, to be fair, I am told UA is very nice.