Apartments In Worthington, Ohio
Located right in the center of the state at the crossroads of US 23 and I-270, you'll find Worthington. Residents in Worthington enjoy easy access to where ever they need to be, but there's little reason to leave-- with a best-in-class school system, historic downtown and lively community events, Worthington is a great place to call home.
Worthington Alexander Park
1 Bedrooms starting at $1,065
Worthington Copley Park
1 Bedrooms starting at $1,020
Worthington Stafford House
1 Bedrooms starting at $1,050
What Makes Worthington a Great Place to Live?
- Close to everything
With it's prime location at the crossroads of two major freeways, you can get to Downtown Columbus, the airport, Ohio State University, the Short North, Easton, and Polaris all within 15 minutes from Worthington.
- Great schools
The Worthington School District boasts approximately 9,000 students and consistently receives the state's highest ratings on district report cards.
- Excellent Facilities
Worthington's excellent public facilities include a nationally-recognized library system, the McConnell Arts Center, and the Worthington Community Center.
- A Community that Works Together
The Worthington Community Relations Commission (CRC) is a resident organization that works to increase the great sense of community that is apparent in the city.
Destinations & Activities
The Worthington Farmers Market
The Worthington Farmers Market, located in historic Downtown, is one of the largest markets in the state of Ohio.
The McConnell Arts Center
The McConnell Arts Center is a FREE multidisciplinary facility presenting and promoting the performing, visual and digital arts.
Fresh Thyme Natural and Organic Grocer
Fresh Thyme Natural and Organic Grocer is just one of several grocery stores within a 5 mile radius.
Worthington's own craft brewery featuring a rotating food truck selection, and a resident brewery cat named Hops.
Cookie Dough Creamery
Residents of Worthington get to enjoy a unique sweet shop in Cookie Dough Creamery, where you can get edible cookie dough paired with a variety of soft serve ice cream and toppings.
If you have folks visiting from out of town, you must take them to the Worthington Inn, which was built in 1831 and is known for its fresh, local ingredients and amazing brunch.
Learn what’s nearby that makes Worthington such a great community in which to live.
Find Your Home
If Worthington sounds like home to you, we have several properties to meet your needs! We look forward to meeting you.