Artful living in olde Columbus.
Located in Columbus’ historic Olde Towne East neighborhood, La Grande Jatte residents live among the city’s urban college campuses, art museums, dance troupes, theater companies and parks. This classic, mid-century walk-up apartment building is in the heart of Columbus’ up-and-coming Discovery District. La Grande Jatte ’s locale is ideal for students, young professionals and empty-nesters who want to live near the city’s thriving arts and cultural scenes.
La Grande Jatte’s spacious one-bedroom floorplans are open and bright with abundant storage space. Renovated Art Deco interiors reflect the historic neighborhood’s aesthetic. Gorgeous hardwood floors, decorative fireplaces, bookshelves, hand-crafted ceramic-tiled bathrooms and dine-in kitchens complement La Grande Jatte’s Topiary Garden and Downtown views.
Amenities include a private underground parking garage, an on-site laundry, new appliances and fixtures. Water, waste disposal, trash removal, heat, and natural gas are set at a monthly budgeted amount of $35 per apartment.
- Private Garages Available
- On-Site Laundry
- Heat Included
- Listed on Historic Registry
- Fast 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
- Spacious Floor Plans
- Huge Closets
- Storage units Available
- Amazing Topiary Garden & Downtown Views
- Hardwood Floors
- Vintage Ceramic Tile
|One Bedroom||1 Bed / 1 Bath||650-700||From $799|
Enjoy the Town Street life, a quiet residential oasis surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the thriving state capital and Discovery District.
If a convenient downtown location is what you want, then the La Grande Jatte is the place for you!
We’re located directly across the street from the beautiful and well manicured Columbus Topiary Garden, in addition to just a few minutes walk from the downtown branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library, Columbus Museum of Art, Grant Hospital, CCAD, Franklin University and Columbus State. Located just a few blocks from Capitol Square, the Farber House offers a uniquely desirable location in Downtown Columbus.