Situated near the center of the City, with convenient access to freeways and public transit. Even today, throughout the neighborhood you can see reminders of Columbus’ earliest public transit. The horse-drawn and electric trolley car system was instrumental in allowing early residents to settle comfortably away from the hustle of the city, yet near to the rural landscape that lay just beyond the City’s boundary at Alum Creek. Today it has been transformed into the Trolley Barn Market. Our neighborhood starts at Broad Street on the north, extends southward to Main Street and westward to Wilson Avenue.