New Albany is one of the best places to live in the country today. In fact, not just one of the best, but it is the number one. Located just under 20 miles from the Ohio capital of Columbus, many residents of New Albany enjoy a short commute to work. Many of the jobs in and around Columbus are high paying, as is evident by the median New Albany income. Information can be found here.
Abundance of Fun
Thirty miles of walking trails connect the quintessential neighborhoods to Market Square, a pedestrian-friendly destination full of shops, cafés, and the New Albany Farmers Market. Residents of New Albany stay active with over 600 acres of public parks and green space. Between Bevelhymer Park, Thompson Road Park, and Wexner Community Park, locals have access to baseball, football, soccer, lacrosse fields, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, and plenty of walking trails. See here for information about Huber Ridge, Ohio is a Wonderful Community.
The tiny community scores high marks for its 200-acre learning campus for grades K-12. Every school within the district has earned a national Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. For older kids, the commute to Ohio State University is 20 minutes. Over 99% of residents have a high school diploma, and 79% have a bachelor's degree or higher.