The King-Lincoln District, where the roots of the Columbus Jazz scene have been reawakened to find a harmonious collection of music, businesses, community and the arts. The energy is contagious.
Bounded by East Broad Street to the south, North 20th Street to the east, Atcheson Street to the north, and I-71 to the west, the King-Lincoln District is an area rich in history and heritage, including jazz, folk art, the civil rights movement and world class architecture. 
Home to many Columbus’ greats, the King-Lincoln District embraces its namesakes, the historic Lincoln Theater and the King Arts Complex. Come visit us today to learn about the unique history of this burgeoning neighborhood, join us for an evening of jazz, or discover the hidden gems of the King Lincoln District’s historic housing. Recognized as the cradle of African-American culture throughout Columbus, the King-Lincoln District is the place to be!


Architecture by TAKT.