5 Reasons to Love Living in Ohio

Why the Buckeye State Makes a Great Home

Whether you’re planning a move or have lived somewhere for years, it’s always good to know how your area stacks up against the competition. How great is your state, for example? If you live in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, then you can celebrate because Ohio as a state has a lot to offer, as does the nearby city of Columbus. Here are some top reasons to call this state home!


Reason #1: A Great Job Market

There are a number of thriving and large industries that call Ohio home. A diverse job market backed by large companies and corporations creates a unique job climate. According to U.S. News, some of the “Major employers include Nationwide Insurance, JPMorgan Chase & Co., L Brands (Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works and more), Honda of America and American Electric Power.” With all of these different sectors to choose from, Ohioans have quite a selection of powerful companies to apply to. Also, living in apartments in Reynoldsburg can help you avoid the high cost of living in the city but give you easy access to Columbus, one of Ohio’s strongest urban centers. 


Reason #2: Quality Healthcare Providers

Whether you’re young, old, or somewhere in between, you need adequate access to healthcare. Luckily, Ohio has a robust number of healthcare facilities, many of which are top-ranked. In fact, The Center Square states that “Twenty-four Ohio hospitals were listed among the top facilities in the nation in a study of patient care by Healthgrades.com, a company that aims to help hospitals maintain customer loyalty and provide objective health information to patients.” Of those 24 hospitals, 3 rank in the top 50 and 3 in the top 100 nationwide. 2 of them are located in Columbus, which is a short drive from Reynoldsburg. 


Reason #3: An Extensive Parks System

If you want the chance to escape from the city and urban living, then Ohio has plenty of outdoor recreation to offer. According to Travel Awaits, Ohio boasts “75 beautifully diverse state parks.” This includes parks near the shores of stunning lakes or hill-studded areas with plenty of trees and trails. There’s something to entice nearly every kind of outdoor enthusiast. If you live at Muirwood Village in Reynoldsburg, then you are right by Blacklick Woods. Metro Parks shares that this beautiful park “features 643 acres of woods, fields, seasonal swamp ponds, a small prairie and a golf course. It has one of the best remaining beech-maple forests in Central Ohio along with a buttonbush swamp.” In Ohio, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get outside! 


Reason #4: A Thriving Arts Scene

From the performing arts to sculpture and painting, Ohio brings a vast range of arts and entertainment. Each city and many towns feature a wide variety of exhibits and performances, so you can find something to appeal to any age. To find what’s going on all around Ohio, you can check out Arts in Ohio. They keep an ongoing list of events organized by the whole state or by location. Columbus is one of the most prominent cities, and Arts in Ohio says, “From galleries and public artwork across the city to the maker spaces and artist studios, Columbus makes art and art makes Columbus.” Yet another reason to consider Ohio for your next home. 


Are you ready to make the move and enjoy all that Ohio has to offer? Then consider Muirwood Village, apartments in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. You’ll have access to a unique blend of nature, culture, and opportunity in our wonderful neighborhood. We’re here to help, so give us a call at (614)-503-4076.

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