TIME Names Two Central Ohio Cities In Top 100 Places To Live

Two Central Ohio cities have been included in the Top 100 Places to Live by TIME MONEY.

The secrets of the small-town charm that Powell and Delaware offer are out of the bag. The two cities were named #66 and #71 on TIME MONEY’s list of best places to live.

MONEY, in association with Realtor.com, identified 100 towns and cities that offer a healthy economy, affordable homes, and a high quality of life.

#66. Powell

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The City of Powell is home to over 12,000 Ohioans. The city has a strong community with excellent schools, thriving local businesses, and a short commute to Downtown Columbus.

#71. Delaware

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The City of Delaware is quaint, charming, and full of life. The city is home to many local businesses, Ohio Weslyan University, and nearly 40,000 central Ohioans.

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Other Ohio cities that made the list were Wooster at #37 and West Chester at #56. The top place to live went to Fishers, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis.

Of course, we all know that central Ohio is a great place to live. But it’s always nice when other people realize it too!


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