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Columbia is one of the best places to live in Maryland. Residents and visitors enjoy a community that is filled with cultural and social outlets, good quality education and numerous recreational opportunities. Columbia has been a model for other communities. The city offers a positive environment, which offers residents an opportunity to live, work and raise a family.
The Rouse Company in the year 1963, made an announcement to the citizens of the Howard County, Maryland, that it had bought about 14,000 acres of land. The purpose of the land was to build a new city that will compare to another in the entire world. Within a period of nine months, the company went ahead to buy 140 separate properties, which is about one-tenth of the total land area of the community. The Rouse Company Chairman of the Board of Directors called James W. Rouse was able to explain what the new city, Columbia would look like. His plan was that the new city would be built from the scratch and it would avoid urban sprawl, the waste, and any other inconveniences that have come to typify spot development. The city that James was planning was structured in a way that it would generate jobs, proper healthcare, recreation, and numerous shopping options. The new city’s plan also includes a wide range of housing choices along with other vital facilities and services that people will need.
The financing of the land acquisition was needed at that time. However, the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company in the year 1963, agreed to invest money for the project to begin. A general plan for the city was created by company planners between 1963 and 1964. The plan contained details such as land uses, economics, densities, as well as development pace of the community.
Detailed plan for the first village of the city was presented by the company. The first village was also named Wild Lake, and in the year 1967, the first residents of Columbia moved into the Village of Wilde Lake. The first industrial firm of Columbia is Hittman Associates. In the year 1967, the company moved into its new quarters.
Located in the Howard County in Maryland, is a beautiful city called “Columbia.” It is situated midway between Washington DC and Baltimore. The Town Center of Columbia is situated off of Little Patuxent Pkwy. The main attractions in this area are the Columbia Mall and the historical Merriweather Post Pavilion.
Columbia is a very nice neighborhood to live. The beautiful city receives 44 inches of rain annually. The snowfall, received by the city is also 20 inches, as against the average US city that receives 25 inches of snowfall yearly. Columbia also receives 212 sunny days yearly. The city on its own, is designed from the start to offer complete fun and satisfaction to residents. Since the inception of the city, thousands of visitors and fun seekers, pays visit to this area on a weekly basis. The atmospheric condition of the place makes it more comfortable for residents and visitors to enjoy their stay in the area.
Columbia from the onset was created to satisfy both visitors and residents. It was created to be self-sufficient, and to provide residents and visitors with different shopping opportunities. There are diverse shopping centers and items available to residents. This is why residents do not need to venture out of Columbia on shopping trips, since they can get everything in this location. From jewelry, shoes, clothing to fresh farm produce, you can get all the items that you want here.
The Mall in Columbia 10300 Little Patuxent Pkwy (410) 730-3300
Target 6111 Dobbin Rd (410) 290-1123
Daedalus Books Warehouse Outlet 9645 Gerwig Ln (410) 309-2730
Cyberion Columbia Serving Columbia and the Surrounding Area (410) 730-9000
There are restaurants that offer pickups and delivery in Columbia. You can check the various websites to find out which one does, or go for other options that will suit your needs. The different restaurants are also built to offer varieties to residents. You can have a taste of the delicious seafood or order for some fresh pizza. You can do some beer at the Pub Dog or visit the Royal Taj to taste the local delicacies.
Royal Taj 8335 Benson Dr. (410) 381-1111
Bon Fresco 6945 Oakland Mills Rd (410) 290-3434
Victoria Gastro Pub 8201 Snowden River Pkwy (410) 750-1880
Seasons 52 10300 Little Patuxent Parkway (410) 715-1152
Pub Dog 8865 Stanford Blvd (410) 872-0364
Residents of Columbia, knows what to do during the night hour. At day, everyone is out for business but the night is meant for fun and entertainment. One factor that makes the fun more interesting is the numerous pubs, sport bars, and wine options that are available.
Sonoma’s Bar & Grille 7248 Cradlerock Way (410) 381-7220
Nottingham’s Tavern 8850 Stanford Blvd (410) 290-0077
Frisco Taphouse & Brewery 6695 Dobbin Rd (410) 312-4907
The Greene Turtle 8872 McGaw Rd (410) 312-5255
Iron Bridge Wine Company 10435 State Rt 108 (410) 997-3456
There are notable schools in the area that your kids can attend. Education was one of the top priority of the founders of this beautiful city. They started the city with the mind of establishing schools that will take care of residents as well as provide excellent academic support to children. They did so with the belief that children are the future leaders that will be in the helm of affairs.
Oakland Mills High School 9410 Kilimanjaro Rd (410) 313-6945
School of Rock Columbia 6935 Oakland Mills Rd (410) 870-5387
Atholton High School 6520 Freetown Rd 410-313-7065
Lincoln Technical Institute 9325 Snowden River Pkwy (410) 290-7100
If you tour the Columbia city carefully, you will come across historical attractions, which receive thousands of people annually. You can learn more about the numerous attractions that are peculiar to this area or take your family here for fun.
Merriweather Post Pavilion 10475 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia, MD 21044, United
The Mall in Columbia 10300 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia (410) 730-3300
Middle Patuxent Environmental Area 5795 Trotter Rd, Clarksville (410) 313-4700
Columbia is a nice place to live. The city has a conducive environment that favors the growth of businesses and numerous fun options that visitors and residents can enjoy. The quality of life of residents in this area amazing. Columbia also has quality schools, healthcare facilities, and shopping destinations.
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