New Albany is a master planned community built upon the best traditions of small town America. Behind its charming urban village design, a sophisticated approach to sustainable development and ongoing public-private partnerships result in a remarkable level of architectural integrity, community interaction and economic vitality.
Timeless architecture. A vibrant mix of neighborhoods. A nationally ranked school system. Featuring a pedestrian-friendly village square anchored by a library, restaurants, shops and offices. Bisected by SR-161, New Albany is 4 minutes from I-270, 10 minutes from Port Columbus Airport and 15 minutes from downtown Columbus.
New Albany offers over 600 acres of public parks and green space and contains over 900 acres of private green space. Wexner Park and Pavilion features a play ground complex, a pavilion and a commons area for community gatherings. Rose Run Streamside Park, a passive park in the heart of New Albany offers a serene setting to enjoy nature. McCoy Community Center for the Arts, a performing arts and educational facility, offers everything from dance, music and theater, to lectures. 30 miles (and expanding) of leisure trails connecting neighborhoods to Market Square, the Village Center, and the New Albany Plain Local School District learning campus means the community is highly walkable.