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New Albany

Living in New Albany
In 1856, New Albany was incorporated with a population of 50. Rapid growth in New Albany began in the 1990s, much due to the expansion of the Les Wexner clothing empire and Wexner’s construction of his mansion.

In the center of the city, three main roads cross: Dublin-Granville, U.S. Route 62/Johnstown Road, and New Albany-Reynoldsburg/Ohio Route 605/New Albany-Condit. These three roads divide the city into six roughly equal sections. In the southwest section is the New Albany Country Club, much of the club’s golf course (designed by Jack Nicklaus), and Market Square. The south-central section contains the remainder of the golf course, with the rest mostly residential. The northwest section houses award winning New Albany Schools and the performing arts center. The New Albany Links golf course and the surrounding neighborhoods are in the north-central section, along with Bevelhymer Park and the headquarters of Tween Brands. Lastly, the northeast section contains the Mt. Carmel New Albany Surgical Hospital and the new headquarters of Bob Evans Farms, Inc..

The New Albany Market Square, is a popular community gathering place and draws thousands in August for it’s annual Taste of New Albany and each May since 1976, New Albany residents celebrate Founders Day with a parade, festival, rides, vendors and street performers.

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