Why Beulah Park?
Top-Notch Amenities & Hometown Feel
At Beulah Park, we emphasize connections: to nature, to neighbors, to history and to a vibrant community. As a result, our connections are second to none.Contact Us Now
Historic Town Center
Unlike in other large New Urbanism communities, Beulah Park residents will not need to wait for a town center to be built. It is already here, offering access to dining, shopping, arts and entertainment, personal services, and community events. And Grove City’s connections to community amenities go beyond the city’s core – Grove City is minutes from major highways and only 15 minutes from downtown Columbus.Learn More
People are enthusiastic about new plans and new homes in the area, and the mixed-use idea, the ability to connect to the city, the historic Town Center, libraries and parks. You have to go far to find a community with all that.
I am excited that Beulah Park is BRINGING BACK THE NEIGHBORHOOD! Beulah Park is about bringing people together. The walking trails, the incredible park, and living options for people of all ages create a friendly environment where people can get to know their neighbors.
This is a great example (of community design) that I think is unprecedented.
A Central Park
A 32-acre Central Park, part of 58 acres of conservation space, connects residents and visitors to nature, serving as the anchor for Beulah Park. In addition to a huge list of opportunities for recreation, the park also connects visitors to history, with multiple features paying homage to Beulah Park’s horse racing past.
New Middle School
The new Beulah Park Middle School will be a 117,000-square-foot, two-story building that will house Grades 7-8 with an anticipated enrollment of 801 students. The school grounds will also include a baseball field, a football field with a track around it, bleachers and a press box. As part of the OFCC (Ohio Facilities Construction Commission) Building Project, South-Western City School District’s architects and designers worked with the community, staff, school board, and facilities teams to design new buildings that met the expectations for 21st Century learning spaces.Learn More
The Master Plan
The in-depth planning that went into Beulah Park – with 220 acres and the principles of New Urbanism – shows the care taken to make this new neighborhood a true community. It’s highly unusual for a community to achieve immediate synergy by breaking ground on so many different product offerings in such a short span of time, but Beulah Park is all about defying the status quo!
Frequently Asked Questions
An enormous amount of planning has gone into the effort to transform Beulah Park from a historic racetrack to a dynamic, walkable community. If you want to learn about the history, the design process, our focus on neighborhood synergy, our commitment to healthy living and sense of place, or anything else, check out our FAQ.
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