The Village of Marble Cliff is a small village of 175 acres located
south of West Fifth Avenue, between the cities of Grandview Heights
and Upper Arlington. It was one of the first suburbs of Columbus,
settled as a community in 1890, and incorporated as a Village October
12, 1901. The estimated population is 565 as of October 2006. Because
it is enclosed between surrounding cities and natural barriers, there
is little probability that Marble Cliff will grow in area, ensuring
its peaceful quaintness.
charming homes, churches, and some multi-family and
business offices characterize the Village of Marble Cliff.
Approximately 50 businesses are located within the community and
provide a solid tax base for the Village. Marble Cliff was named one
of Central Ohio's best neighborhoods and top places to live in
Columbus Monthly's December 2006 issue. Described as
"inner-ring suburban" and a "face-to-face-community", the article
mentioned the Village's friendly feeling, sense of safety, and
strong pulse of activity.