Historic Marietta, Ohio is famous for being the first settlement in the Northwest Territory. Nestled at the confluence of the Muskingum and Ohio Rivers, this community of 15,000 is home to Marietta College and a diverse workforce serving area technology, chemical plants, manufacturing and other industrial companies. Marietta offers one-day travel proximity to nearly 50% of the population of the US, and is two hour’s travel time away from Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland, Ohio, and Pittsburgh. Transportation serving the area includes Interstate 77, US 50 (Corridor D), the main East-West CSX Rail line and local terminal, the Ohio River barge system, and a regional airport just outside of town. A beautiful area that offers a high quality of life, Marietta has been named by Ohio Magazine as one of the best small towns in which to live. It is a great town with a college rather than a college town. It has a thriving downtown area with numerous independent retailers, but a mall and big box retailers are less than half an hour away. It has a thriving downtown business community, yet has a major mall and retail areas nearby.
The Dime Bank Building itself is centrally located in the heart of the downtown area. As the map shows, everything you could possibly want access to is within a short walking distance. Historical landmarks like Mound Cemetery, Harmar Village, and the Campus Martius Museum are nearby, as are dozens of eateries, several entertainment venues, and more. Current tenants in The Dime Bank Building include: The Hair Hippie, Cobbler John’s Shoe Repair Service, Hot Tomato Portrait Studio & Parlor and many more.
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