Columbia-Tusculum Market Information
Rated as one of Cincinnati Magazine’s “Best Places to Live,” Columbia-Tusculum is favored by urban professionals and those who enjoy its proximity to the downtown cultural and entertainment venues. Residents enjoy plenty of work, shopping, and entertainment options.
In addition to its own business district, Columbia-Tusculum provides an easy commute for those working downtown, in Northern Kentucky, or in Cincinnati's eastside neighborhoods.
With its tree-lined streets and houses with front porches close to the sidewalk, Columbia-Tusculum is often described as an urban village, a quality enhanced by the variety of local restaurants and boutiques. And if that’s not enough, residents are only a short drive to other unique popular shopping destinations such as Findlay Market and Hyde Park Square.
In recent years, Columbia-Tusculum has seen a renaissance as new residents have moved in, renovating existing homes or building new houses that complement the neighborhood. The local business district has undergone its own rebirth as businesses have moved in and redeveloped many of the historic buildings in the area. The relatively new Columbia Square provides a mix of office and retail space drawing new businesses and stimulating those in the surrounding area.
Columbia-Tusculum offers a wide range of housing prices, from sub $100,000 to over $800,000 with the average home price around $300,000. The community has some of the oldest homes in the region, with a mix of historic, Victorian architecture and more contemporary houses and condominiums.
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