134 Goodale Blvd lies just steps from Italian Village, a section of Columbus located North of Downtown and East of the Short North Arts District, and is considered to be one of Columbus’ first suburbs, annexed to the city of Columbus in 1862. A mix of old and new, Italian Village offers an eclectic mix of places to eat and drink, local clubs, and things to do. Italian Village continues to grow and be a prime location for up and coming Columbus businesses. Several sections of the neighborhood have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and other areas are being considered. Check out St John the Baptist Catholic Church for some beautiful architecture, spend some quiet time in Italian Village Park, or gather friends to join you at STUMP for one of their unique events surrounding their rare greenery and one-of-a-kind pots and planters.