Gahanna, OH


Gahanna has worked hard to become known as more than just a suburb of Columbus. The community has developed a vibrant character, and in 2007 was named one of the best places to live in America by Money magazine. Locally-owned businesses flourish, and historic buildings have been lovingly preserved all over town. The city limits of Gahanna contain nearly 800 acres of parkland, including the 50 acre Gahanna Woods State Nature Preserve. The local schools get excellent ratings and the crime rate is quite low, making Gahanna a very appealing place for folks raising families. Gahanna’s position just northeast of Columbus proper allows residents to easily reach the bigger city’s attractions, including the Ohio State University campus, the Columbus Zoo, and of course the endless dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Less than fifteen minutes from downtown Columbus by car, Gahanna apartments are close enough to be a convenient home base for commuters as well.

2 Neighborhoods in Gahanna, OH

  • Cherry Bottom

    Resting beneath Morse Road and to the east of Big Walnut Creek, Cherry Bottom sits 17 miles from Columbus. Forest patches punctuate the well-trimmed grasses of area lawns, and the neighborhood teems with soothing birdsong and cricket chirps in the summertime. These pleasures lend residents a feeling of peace and solitude.

  • Gahanna-Havens Corners

    A suburb that celebrates its historical roots, Gahanna sits about 8 miles from the Columbus City Center. The city of Gahanna blends small-town charm with a respect for its natural surroundings, preserving a downtown area known as Olde Gahanna, and hundreds of acres of parks and reserves. Residents enjoy quiet lifestyles. While locals like to grab a beer at the neighborhood bar, you are just as likely to find them fishing in the Big Walnut Creek. They come together as a community at their many festivals and for the annual flea market.