Food & Drink
Take a Break from Cooking this Holiday Season
Thanksgiving is shaping up to look a lot different for many this year—so why not let someone else do the cooking? While the holiday may not be what you’d traditionally expect, you can still celebrate safely with your household and support neighborhood eateries by enjoying a delicious prepared meal from the comfort of your home! Whether you’re near the Arena District or Grandview Yard, there is a dish for everyone. Restaurants can accommodate your dining service preference, whether it’s dine-in, carryout, or delivery.
Note: If you’re planning to dine at a restaurant, don’t forget your mask! You may also want to call ahead to confirm holiday hours and availability where seating may be limited with socially distanced tables.
Play Along with Grandview Heights-OPOLY
Grandview Heights is hosting Grandview Heights-OPOLY, a fun spin on Monopoly, to support the community this holiday season. Anyone can play, and many Grandview Yard businesses are joining in on the fun. Collect all of the properties for a chance to win gift baskets just in time for the holidays!
Prizes range from $25 gift baskets to $150 value baskets. Get ready to play—the game runs from November 27-December 14. Click here to register. And make sure to keep your eye out for the Shop Local – Dine Local logo as you support local businesses throughout Grandview Heights.
Rock Out for the Holidays
Enjoy a Live Performance from the Trans-Siberian Orchestra
For many, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra music is a holiday tradition. While the annual concert event is typically held at Nationwide Arena, this year the rock band will live-stream their show, “Christmas Eve and Other Stories”, on Friday, December 18, at 8 p.m. The broadcast will include an electrifying 90-minute performance featuring the story and music that started it all.
Order your live-stream tickets now and place a carryout order from a neighborhood restaurant to enjoy during the show.
Health & Fitness
Find a Way to Stay Active this Season
Although the weather is becoming increasingly cold, that doesn’t mean you can’t stay active! By joining the Arena District Athletic Club or Grandview Yard’s Club Pilates, you gain access to private training sessions and a variety of member amenities, all while staying warm and socially distanced. Both locations offer a spacious, clean and thoroughly sanitized environment that you can enjoy throughout the season.
Participate in Virtual Races in Cbus this Month
Virtual races are a great outdoor activity, plus they help to support local initiatives. Some upcoming races include the Columbus Clippers Virtual 4 Miler, taking place November 20-22, and the Columbus Crew SC Virtual 4 Miler, taking place December 4-6. Less than 100 spots remain for the Virtual Columbus Crew SC 4 Miler, so register before it’s too late!
Self-Care at MY SALON Suite
If you’re looking for a private atmosphere to be pampered in during the holiday season, MY SALON Suite at Grandview Yard is the perfect destination! Featuring nail services, massages, spray tans, facials, haircuts, injectables, laser treatments and more, MY SALON has anything and everything you need to look and feel your best. Find a salon professional and book your appointment online here.
Make the Most of Your Apartments Office Space
Nowadays, home isn’t just a place to lie your head at the end of the day—for many, it’s also become a temporary extension of your office. Turning your apartment into a functional office space can be difficult; that’s why Columbus Downtown Apartments developed this blog outlining how to make the most of your apartment office space.
For example, if your space is starting to feel cramped, try seeking out apartments that offer floor plans with extra space, such as a one-bedroom with a den, as featured in Arena Crossing, Flats on Vine, Flats II and Apartments at the Yard.
Investing in the right desk, chair, shelves and storage should complement your furniture and décor. It’s important to have the necessary accessories to complete your space. If you currently have a roommate or partner, consider two- or three-bedroom floor plans—for the newest apartments in booming Grandview Heights, check out the Junction and Kipton buildings now.