For technology-oriented employees and their families, the Nextedge region offers tremendous housing options, low cost of living, strong and varied cultural and recreational amenities and quality schools.
Money magazine recently named the Dayton-Springfield MSA as the top place to live in Ohio and among the best in the nation, and Springfield was just named an All-American City. The Dayton MSA was a significant part of the recent Governor’s Cup award from Site Selection magazine. It was rated, for the second year in a row, as having the most economic development projects in the nation for mid sized MSA’s.
Nextedge is commited to the development of mutually beneficial relationships between park residents and the Greater Springfield community. Area strengths lie in visual and performing arts, parks and recreation and historical preservation and presentation. The region boasts some of the state’s best public school districts and offers a variety of highly regarded independent and religious-based private schools. Living choices range from historic neighborhoods to modern, planned communities.
The Greater Springfield area boasts over 1,400 acres of public parks, ten 18-hole golf courses, stocked fishing lagoons and lakes, boating and swimming activities and miles of quality bike trails. Greater Springfield is also home to a rich historical and architectual heritage. Events and performances are scheduled throughout the year at many local venues - including concerts presented by the Springfield Symphony Orchestra and the Springfield Civic Theatre.