Italian Village/Short North - Battery B - One Bedroom Apartments
Italian Village is the home of this brand new residential property!
The community that exists here consists of a variety of walks of life, cultures, and backgrounds. Many of our residents take pride in their love of the Arts, enjoy time with their pets, appreciate good food and true friends, and take pleasure in endlessly shopping in the eclectic mix of boutiques that exist in the Short North.
There are frequent impromptu gatherings from sitting in the lobby drinking the free coffee and having an intellectual discussion, to a casual evening where the tenants bring snacks and beverages, watch their favorite sports rivalries, and play a game of pool. On the rooftop, residents may privately bask in the sun’s rays while taking in a full city view or may reserve the space for an event that the tenants, their families, and the public may enjoy.
Located steps away from all the action in Downtown Columbus, the Short North, German Village, and the Arena District. The Italian Village is centrally located, allowing quick access to The Ohio State University, Franklin University, Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD), Nationwide Arena and all the festivals, plays and nightlife that Columbus has to offer. Our Apartments, Condos, Townhomes and Lofts offer the best location, amenities and price.
Battery B Community and Apartment Amenities
- Tanning Bed
- Fitness Center
- Planned Social Events
- Massage Room – Learn More
- Animal Friendly! – See Pet Policy
- Multiple Rooftop Common Areas
- 24 Hour Emergency Maintenance
- Complimentary coffee and tea, pool table, seating area and more!
- Urban floorplans with 9-foot ceilings
- Hardwood Floors
- Custom Window Treatments
- Energy Efficient Windows
- Central Air Conditioning
- High-Efficiency Furnaces
- Designer interior paint finish
- *Washer/dryer in unit
- Security Cameras Throughout the Property
- Sisal Carpeting
- Spacious Closets
- Custom Cabinetry
- Adjustable Mounted Mirrors
- Spa Rain Shower-heads
- Ceramic Tile
- Brushed Nickel Fixtures
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Granite Countertops
- All-wood Designer Cabinetry
- Self-cleaning Ovens
- Refrigerator includes ice-maker
- Built-in Microwave Oven
*May require additional fees
Since our first historic restoration project at the Jeffrey Mining Company’s world headquarters, our work has been inspired by the history of this great family business that at one time was the world’s largest manufacturer of mining equipment. The Jeffrey was full of creative minds, innovators, and leaders – the kind of people we aspire to be and that we hope live in Columbus to further the development of our city. With Battery B, the newest addition to the Jeffrey complex, we wanted to give a nod once again to the rich history of The Jeffrey Mining Company. During World War I two men, who happened to be the sons of the company’s founder Joseph A. Jeffrey, felt it their duty to join America’s cause.In 1917 they organized and assembled an artillery battalion comprised of local workers known as Battery B of the 37th division, and went to serve their country. What better place to live, learn and discover on the same soil where so many successful and diligent people thrived for decades.
In the early 1900s, Columbus was known as the Arch City. Redevelopment in the Short North started in the mid-1970s when “urban homesteaders” began buying cheap houses in the area and fixing them up. Wood Companies first projects were a double at 99 West Second and then renovation of First Avenue School, which became First Avenue Office Building. In 2002, new Short North arches were installed similar to those that existed at the turn of the century.
The Short North is now one of the most popular and artistic districts in the city of Columbus. The dining choices are diverse and extensive enough to satisfy any craving. The shopping choices in the district are equally as expansive, as they contain anywhere from fashion, new and vintage, to both new and antique collectible gifts and furniture.
The art galleries, of which there are many, span the gamut from contemporary to classical and feature a wide range of artists. The monthly Gallery Hop event which takes place the first Saturday of every month is unique to the Columbus area and draws visitors from all over Ohio.
The nightlife and entertainment in the Short North is rich and eventful, with booming happy hours, karaoke evenings, and many musical shows and theaters. In 1986 the entire Short North area was awarded an “All American City” designation for its public-private partnership in the area’s revitalization.
A historic district located on the north side of Columbus, Ohio, adjacent to the central business district. This district was one of Columbus’ first suburbs, annexed to the city of Columbus in 1862.
In the early 1970’s, residents of Italian Village took action against the deteriorating physical condition of the area, and the threat of having more and more historic buildings demolished. Residents and property owners who felt a sense of community and had visions of an improved neighborhood, formed the Italian Village Society in 1972, and a year later, the Italian Village Commission was established by Columbus City Council.
In 1986, the entire Short North Area (Italian Village, Victorian Village, and the High Street Commercial District) was awarded an “All American City” designation for its public-private partnership in the revitalization of the area.
Several sections of Italian Village were recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and yet another section is currently being considered for listing.
There are always events which the Italian Village neighborhood holds, such as a Free Outdoor Movie Night. Further, there are many beautiful new and existing parks and gardens in the district perfect for spending time with friends or playing with a favorite pet.
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