Your Guide to Apartments in Columbus
Columbus, Georgia provides plenty of stimulating cultural, artistic, and athletic activities to Columbus apartment-ites, in addition to being a beautiful southern city in which to live. Art museums, theatrical productions, historic architecture and military museums are in abundance at the various venues. The Springer Opera House, the River Center for the Performing Arts, National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, the Columbus Museum, the Coca-Cola Challenger Space Science Center and the Columbus Civic Center are all housed here, giving residents plenty of opportunities outside of their Columbus apartment. If you're more sports oriented, catch a game of indoor football with the Columbus Lions, or a Southern Professional Hockey League game with the Columbus Cottonmouths.
Columbus is the third largest city in Georgia and has a population of about 200,000 and is the nearest city to Fort Benning, one of the largest Army basic training for infantry bases in the country. Coca-Cola was invented and first served here.
This historic city was founded in 1828 at the beginning of the navigable portion of the Chattahoochee River, which provides plenty of happenings along the river banks. The entertainment district and specialty shopping can be found in Uptown Columbus.
To affirm why you have a Columbus apartment, the June-July 2008 issue of Best Life magazine ranked Columbus #4 among US metropolitan areas as one of the best cities in the country to raise a family. Columbus is undoubtedly a great place to start a life!