The Delphia team in Columbus enjoys access to private green space in the courtyard of the downtown Midlands Building. The intermixing of usability professionals, new media design, and software developers guarantees lively discussion.
The office is located on the eleventh floor of the Midland Building in downtown Columbus.
250 E Broad Street, Suite 1150
Columbus, Ohio 43215
The nearest airport is Port Columbus International Airport (CMH) located 4600 International Gateway, Columbus, OH 43219. All the major rental car companies have locations near the airport. Once you've left the airport, our office is 20-30 minutes away.
Nearby hotels are located downtown with additional options located near The Ohio State University.
- Renaissance Columbus Downtown, 50 North Third St. (.2 mi W)
- Hyatt on Capital Square, 75 E State St. (.3 mi SW)
- Doubletree Guest Suites, 50 South Front St. (.4 mi W)
- Crown Plaza, 33 East Nationwide Blvd (.5 mi NW)
- Red Roof Inn, 111 E Nationwide Blvd (.5 mi NW)
- Drury Inn & Suites, 88 East Nationwide Blvd. (.5 mi NW)
Downtown Columbus along with the Short North and German Village areas offer a variety of dining experiences. Below are some of our favorites.
- Mitchell's Steakhouw, 45 North Third St.
- Cap City Fine Diner and Bar, 1299 Olentangy River Rd.
- Columbus Fish Market, 1245 Olentangy River Rd.
- Jeni's Ice Creams, 714 N High St.
- Marcella's, 615 N High St.
- G Michael's Bistro, 595 South Third St.
- Lindey's, 169 East Beck Street
Its a hard life, being the office at Delphia, Columbus. The criss-cross of traffic is often so heavy that it seems every employee is going through at the same time. Moment's later it's quiet as a mouse.
Visitors to the office may feel a little disconcerted by the immense variation of conversation they'll overhear. In one office you'll hear consultants helping clients with detailed step by step instructions, right next door you'll find a group of usability staff and web designers discussing pluses and minuses of some new site's navigational menu.
Whatever you want to explore, chances are you'll find someone in the office who'll explore it with you.
Columbus is the state capital and home to The Ohio State, Franklin and Capital Universities, as well as several community and arts colleges. The nearby Short North area is host to a monthly "Gallery Hop", which attracts hundreds to the neighborhood's art galleries (which open their doors to the public until late at night) and street musicians. Visitors venturing farther can find German Village, a historic neighborhood just south of downtown Columbus settled by a large number of German immigrants in the mid 1800s.