New Albany is a master planned community on the Northeast Corner of Columbus. Development began in the early 1990s, led by local business magnate and philanthropist Leslie Wexner. Mr. Wexner and his partners spared no expense in the planning of the community, working and consulting with the most authoritative urban planners in the world. The signature Georgian Architecture and endless white fencing differentiate New Albany from every other neighborhood in Central Ohio. Residents have access to virtually every community amenity a person can imagine, including a dynamic and rich cultural arts center, amphitheater, learning campus, golf courses and central Market Square with shops and restaurants. Additionally, New Albany offers over 55 miles of trails amongst its pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods, over 2,000 acres of parkland and the centrally located Rose Run Park. Its proximity to Easton Town Center, one of the country’s premier retail and entertainment experiences, and major new business corridor, dubbed “Silicon Heartland” with tech giants like Intel, Facebook and Google, make for a very bright future for New Albany.