In this article, learn about Uptown Westerville, an original town center since 1858. With all the shops, restaurants, and entertainment options, you’ll be planning your trip in no time.
For big-time shopping with a small-town feel and a real sense of history, head to Uptown Westerville.
Westerville’s original town center since 1858, the historic area once served as a stagecoach stop and place of refuge on the Underground Railroad.
Today, it hosts a wide variety of businesses, along with Otterbein University, and memorable homes along tree-lined streets. You could spend a whole day just wandering the main drag, State Street.
The unique neighborhood is home to 105 local merchants, including shops, coffee houses, restaurants, and service providers. Schneider’s Bakery, for one, has been serving up baked goods for more than 64 years.
For a full list of merchants, visit shopuptownwesterville.com, the website for the Westerville Uptown Merchants Association, a community of merchants dedicated to the development and support of Uptown Westerville.
Westerville has been called one of the best places to live in America, thanks in large part to the vibrant Uptown Westerville, so be sure to check it out (and with 23 parking lots there are plenty of places to park)!
It’s a great place not only to shop, meet, eat, and play, but also to live and work. So if you’re looking to buy or rent, be sure to keep Westerville and the nearby Minerva Park neighborhood in mind!
If you’re browsing apartments in Columbus, be sure to check out all of the properties offering Rhove, where you’ll be able to make money on rent. To learn about the other neighborhoods we serve, see our Series on the Short North, Franklinton, or Grove City.