After all, Town & Country Magazine described New Albany as a midwest Utopia. We couldn’t agree more. New Albany is a place where family and fellowship are highly valued. With so many activities and amenities here, getting to know your neighbors is easily a part of everyday life.
New Albany is unlike any community that has come before, and probably, any that will follow. It begins with the details. The hundreds of details that define New Albany, and set it apart.
Some of them are obvious. Like the 40 miles of white fencing, or the 15-mile network of leisure trails. Others are less so. The design of a sign or mailbox. The curve of a street. A marvelous chimney brick detail. Collectively, they make New Albany New Albany.
We ask that you not think of New Albany as a development. By today’s standards, a development is a huge tract of housing patched together at random. New Albany could not be farther from that reality.
The area is also home to an active historical society. An arts council. A variety of churches and synagogues. It all adds up to a very special quality of life.
Only school district in Ohio in which every school is designated a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S Department of Education.
15-mile network of leisure and fitness trails, over 600 acres of public parks and green space.
Jack Nicklaus signature 27-hole golf course that is also a member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program