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About New Albany

Serving as a suburb of Columbus, New Albany is an affluent city boasting gorgeous green space, spectacular estates and exceptional community amenities. This renowned city merges a rich heritage with the modern conveniences of living just outside the city.

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New Albany Real Estate Information

The affluent city of New Albany hosts a myriad of homes for sale, many of which are large estate properties on expansive lots. Many luxury homes here are situated in a pristine golf course setting with tree-lined streets and paved sidewalks. The majority of homes are constructed in Colonial, traditional and Victorian styles. From new construction to stately historic homes, there is a wide variety of properties for sale. Browse the newest real estate listings in New Albany, OH.

Schools & Education

New Albany is served by the renowned New Albany Plain Local School District, which includes the New Albany Early Learning Center, New Albany Primary School, New Albany Middle School, New Albany Intermediate School, and New Albany High School. There are several private school options, including New Albany Montessori School, Columbus Jewish Day School and Marburn Academy. While there are no institutions of higher learning in New Albany, residents may access the colleges and universities in Columbus, including Ohio State University, Columbus State Community College, Capital University, Franklin University and more. Find homes in New Albany by school district.

The History Of New Albany

The land that is now known as New Albany was founded in the center of Plain Township in 1837 by Nobel Landon and William Yantis. The land was divided into lots measuring 50 feet by 100 feet and sold to new settlers. Many believe the name “New Albany” came about because some of the original settlers migrated from the Albany, NY area. Throughout its history, the community has also been known as “Hope.”

In 1856, New Albany was officially incorporated with a population of 50. By 1970, the town was much smaller than it is today, only consisting of a small portion of Plain Township that did not touch Columbus. Rapid growth occurred in the 1990s, mostly due to the expansion of the Les Wexner clothing empire and the construction of Wexner’s mansion. At this time, access to State Route 161 from I-270 was reconfigured, allowing easier access in and out of town.

Lifestyle & Attractions

Located about 15 miles northwest of Columbus, New Albany is a growing affluent suburb. This pedestrian-friendly city values education, culture, wellness, leisure and a sense of community. With careful planning and thoughtful innovation, New Albany has risen as one of the wealthiest communities in the state of Ohio, with a high median household income and successful business economy. New Albany is home to headquarters of businesses such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Accel, Inc., Aetna, Bob Evans Restaurants, Discover, Mount Carmel New Albany Surgical Hospital, PharmaForce and Justice. The city’s 3,000-acre business park is home to 12,000 employees in 5.6 million square feet of development.

Residents enjoy a pristine natural setting, with meandering creeks, leisure trails, wetlands, nature preserves, more than 600 acres of public parks, and more than 900 acres of private green space. Golf enthusiasts enjoy the 27-hole Jack Nicklaus course at New Albany Country Club, and the 18-hole course at The New Albany Links Golf Club. The New Albany Parks & Recreation Department maintains three parks in the city, including Bevelhymer Park, Thompson Park and Wexner Park. Market Square, located in the heart of downtown New Albany, serves as a community gathering place. The square is surrounded by a variety of businesses and the prominent New Albany branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library.

New Albany, OH Real Estate Services

An experienced real estate agent can give you insider information on details like the best neighborhoods in the area, school districts, shopping, and entertainment. If you are ready to find your dream home, stop by our New Albany office, or contact us today!


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Franklin County Demographic Information



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Fips Code 39041
2020 to 2021 Change up 3.1%
2010 Count 174,214
2021 Estimate 220,740
2010 Estimate 174,172
Age Distribution (Years Old)
0 to 4 5.8%
5 to 17 25.9%
18 to 64 54.3%
65 and Older 14.0%
Male 49.6%
Female 50.4%
Computer and Internet use
Households with a computer 97.3%
Households with a broadband Internet subscription 94.7%
English is Second Language, Age 5+ 9.8%
English is First Language, Age 5+ 90.2%
Veterans 9,409
People in Poverty 3.7%
Total Housing Units 74,732
Households 71,521
Average Household Size 2.84
Owner-Occupied 80.7%
Multi-Family 13.6%
Owner-Occupied Median Value $320,300
Median selected monthly owner costs -with a mortgage $2,112
Median selected monthly owner costs -without a mortgage $781
Median gross rent $1,118
Building Permits
New Private Housing Issued 2020 2,359
Years at Residence
1 Year or More 88.5%
Less Than 1 Year 11.5%
Business and Employment
Private non-farm Establishments 4,893
Private non-farm Employment 89,828
Private non-farm Employment Growth up 4.2%
Nonemployer Establishments 18,270
Number of Firms 16,809
Business Production
Value of Shipments $3,012,008,000
Wholesale Trade $0
Retail Trade $3,178,620,000
Retail Sales Per Capita $17,556
Accommodation and Food Services $460,183,000

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