Have some of the best seats at the Murfield Golf Club with this Dublin home. | Photo via Zillow
When we drive past a large home in a prime location in the city, we can’t help but ask, “How much do you think that one is selling for?”
So, we decided to answer that question by checking out listings on local realty websites. Here are the top 10 most expensive single-family homes for sale in Columbus in May 2023, according to our research.
Machinal | Thursday, May 25-Sunday, May 28 | Times vary | MadLab Theatre, 227 N 3rd St., Columbus | $12-$16 | Watch this nearly 100-year-old show performed by local actors.
“The Office” Trivia | Thursday, May 25 | 8-10:30 p.m. | Sotto Terra, 610 Neil Ave., Columbus | $15 | Compete in quiz-style trivia about the hit NBC show.
Friday, May 26
La Adictiva en Columbus | Friday, May 26 | 9 p.m. | La Boom, 3990 Sullivant Ave., Columbus | $50-$300 | Listen to three Spanish-speaking bands at an 18+ show.
Saturday, May 27
Buckeye Country Superfest | Saturday, May 27 | 4:30 p.m. | Ohio Stadium, 555 Borror Dr., Campus | $85-$500 | Listen to the biggest names in country music, including George Strait, Chris Stapleton, and Little Big Town.
Sunday, May 28
Craft, Sip & Shop | Sunday, May 28 | 1-5 p.m. | Outerbelt Brewing Company, 3560 Dolson Crt., Carroll | Cost of purchase | Sip a local beer and shop 30+ vendors with handmade goods.
Monday, May 29
Memorial Day Run | Monday, May 29 | 8:30 a.m. | Reed Road Park, 3855 Reed Rd., Upper Arlington | $25-$40 | Run this 5K that has been a tradition since 1971.
OhioHealth released updated renderings of its $400 million Grant Medical Center project during a meeting with the Columbus Downtown Commission this week. The project should add 50 jobs in the near future + 500 jobs throughout the next decade. (Columbus Business First)
Joe Philbin, former head coach of the Miami Dolphins, joined the Ohio State Buckeyes’ football staff as an offensive analyst. Philbin has won in the highest level in football as he helped coach the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl win in 2010.
The Ohio State Buckeyes and Notre Dame will play under the lights on Saturday, Sept. 23 on NBC. This marks the second night game announced for OSU in 2023. (Eleven Warriors )
Have you been personally bullied by a child in Columbus? This new study says the chances are high as Columbus was ranked No. 5 in the US for rudest kids. Per the study, CBUS kids are known for disobeying the rules — which honestly tracks.
Gov. Mike DeWine is proposing $60 million in additional funds to support Ohio Jobs and Family Service for its foster care and adoption efforts. The state agency has partnered with Franklin County Children Services to bolster their work + a new online portal was just launched. (FOX28)
This bites — literally. The recent mixture of warm weather + rainy days means it’s prime tick season throughout Columbus’ trails and parks. Use this handy guide from Columbus Metro Parks on how to spot these tiny pests, plus how to remove them if needed.
Did you know there are 34 pollinator habitats around Columbus? Stop by Whetstone Park tonight to hear more about these habitats + how you can get involved with the city’s program to protect and document them. The session kicks off at 6 p.m., or can be streamed virtually.
The Heart of Africa exhibit at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium has two new residents as it welcomed in donkeys on Tuesday. Both are girls, with one at the lucky age of 13, and the other at six months.
Pop quiz: What’s the body’s most abundant protein? The answer: Collagen. NativePath’s Certified Grass-Fed Collagen Powder is made from grass-fed, pasture-raised cows and contains 18 grams of protein per serving. Start incorporating it daily to support skin elasticity, joint health, bone strength, and muscle growth and maintenance.*
As the summer begins in Columbus, government officials are hoping the community will rise up.
That’s how this community meet-up, Rise Up CBUS!, got its name at least. Hosted by the City of Columbus, Rise Up CBUS! is a chance for community members to mingle with each other, enjoy free refreshments, and discover local resources nearby.
The season kicked off in April, but the next meeting is today at Driving Park from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Mayor Andrew J. Ginther will be on hand to deliver a speech, and other local agencies will be available with packets of information.
Can’t make it this time? No worries — take a peek at the full schedule here and plan your visit for later this summer.