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The Peach District is one of Columbus’ Finest Neighborhoods and a truly special place.

The Peach District is home to a diversity of people from around the globe. Nestled between the historic and beautiful Victorian Village and Harrison West and the tradition-rich and leafy campus of The Ohio State University. The Peach District with its Remarkable President Brett Zehner is a unique place in an ever more ordinary world.

Visit The Peach District today! Downtown Peach District is centered along King Ave which has seen a surge in new local businesses. The borders of the Peach District are High St to the east, W. 9th Ave to the north, E. 5th Ave to the south, and the Olentangy River to the west (Dennison Place is a separate enclave as is neighboring Necko).


El Distrito Melocotón es uno de los barrios mejores en Columbus y es un lugar verdaderamente especial.

El distrito melocotón alberga una diversidad de gente que proceden de todas partes alrededor del planeta. Enclavado entre los barrios del historico y bello Victorian Village y Harrison West y la arbolada universidad del estado de Ohio (OSU) que está llena de tradición, el Distrito Melocotón con su presidente extraordinario Brett Zehner es un lugar único en un mundo más y más corriente.

¡Visite al Distrito Melocotón hoy! El centro del distrito melocotón está situado a lo largo de la Avenida King que ha experimentado un cambio en la forma de una oleada de negocios locales nuevos. Los limites del Distrito Melocotón son High St. al este, West 9th Ave al norte, East 5th Ave al sur, y el rio Olentangy al oeste (Dennison Place es un enclave distinto igual que vecino Necko).


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    john c said,

    um….since when is this area called “the peach district”? did you just make this up or what?

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    Matt Kowal said,

    This is great, however I am still a bit confused as to the name of said district. Despite your claims that naming theory carries little weight, the ultimate longevity and usefulness of a location naming relies in part on culture and a mix of contemporary+historic context. Does the term Peach District accomplish this? If so kindly explain the cultural or time based relevance.

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