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Photos: Could you squeeze into a Columbus micro apt?

Photos: Could you squeeze into a Columbus micro apt?

614now Staff

“Small rooms and dwellings set the mind on the right path, large ones cause it to go astray.” – Leonardo da Vinci

These words have guided Connect Realty’s Microliving units located in downtown Columbus.

Quaint and efficient, these apartments give tenants an experience in minimalism while also offering luxury amenities like maid service and a workout center.

Think you could ditch your headboard for a lofted or Murphy bed? A sectional for a love seat?

Continue below to see what Microliving in Columbus looks like now and what you can expect for the future.

260 S. Fourth St.

Want a better vantage point on the city? Catch your Z’s from a lofted bed in one of these chic apartments above Hadley’s.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable Ready
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Heating
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Dishwasher
  • Disposal
  • Microwave
  • Eat-in Kitchen
  • Kitchen
  • Granite Countertops
  • Refrigerator
  • Oven

This building also has units with Murphy Beds that fold down from the wall to make for so much room for activities during the day!

These units offer the same features as the lofted bed apartments.


Connect Realty offers tenant furnishing packages to fit different lifestyle as well as nearby parking spots.

There are 52 units in 260 S Fourth St. and apartments will run you anywhere from $809 to $929.

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Coming Soon: Long & Front

Slated to be completed in May, these 37 apartments will range from 307 square feet to about 400 square feet and cost between $929 and $1,289.

They will have full-sized bathrooms and featured sliding doors to save space.

The Dispatch reports Connect Realty four buildings on Long and Front streets to develop this project—the Ohio Finance building, the Gaetz Music House, Cravings Cafe and the Rooming House.

The building will have offices and retail on the first floor, but none of the commercial tenants have been finalized, said Todd Minard, development associate at Connect Real Estate, told The Dispatch.


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