Tri-Village is a neighborhood within Columbus, Ohio.
Tri-Village remains relatively quiet, due to the presence of few people out and about on the streets; however there can be higher levels of noise for those who are closer to Olentangy Freeway or one of the railway lines. Public green spaces aren't well-distributed, which results in them being sometimes hard to access from a lot of locations in this area. Still, residents will be able to access parks in nearby neighborhoods.
In Tri-Village, about 45% of buildings are large apartment buildings, and small apartment buildings are also present in the housing stock. The average year of construction for buildings in this neighborhood is 1966. This neighborhood offers mainly one bedroom and two bedroom homes. Renters occupy about 80% of the units in Tri-Village while owners occupy the remainder.
House buyers in this part of the city will welcome that a grocery store is always only a short walk away. Additionally, there are a fair number of opportunities in close proximity for those who value restaurants and cafes. With regards to education, in Tri-Village, locals will usually be able to access primary schools by walking. On the other hand, there are no high schools in this part of Columbus.
This part of the city will draw active home buyers because it is reasonably well-suited for traveling on foot; most daily needs are convenient to meet without having to use a vehicle. Tri-Village is very car friendly. Many houses for sale are a reasonably short drive from the closest highway, such as Olentangy Freeway, and it is straightforward to access a place to park. However, the public transit system in this neighborhood is rather poor. Nonetheless, the neighborhood is connected by a few bus lines, and bus stops are not very far-removed from most houses.