Steeped in more than 130 years of rich history, Beulah Park, named for the daughter of Adam Grant who developed this north-western quadrant of Grove City in 1889, is most noted as the first Thoroughbred racetrack in Ohio. It is a sure bet this gorgeous, 212-acre property will draw crowds in another way, as one of the most unique developments in Central Ohio. The $200-million community is forecasted to feature 800-plus living units, office and retail space grounded by a 40-acre central park, within walking distance to Grove City’s quaint, historic Town Center. The Beulah community can break away to experience the Town Center’s restaurants, coffee shops, brewery, retail shops and incredible library. They also can turn out for some favorite season events hosted in Town Center, including open-air concerts, top-line arts festivals, farmers’ market and so much more. This unmatched opportunity will be rounding its final turn in 2020, when Beulah Park welcomes its first residents and visitors. Join us in the winner’s circle.