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Columbia is located in the central part and is the second largest city in the U.S. State of Maryland. Columbia is a very young city. It is known as a working suburb of both Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. The city was in 2010 ranked as the number 2 on Money magazine's list of Best Places to Live in America. Columbia is situated in the Baltimore-Washington corridor and has received international recognition for its innovative planning.
To See And To Do In Columbia
- Visit the Mall
- The Lakefront Summer Concert Series
- The Antique Shows
- Symphony Woods
- The Town Center Lakefront
- The Wine Festival
- The Columbia Festival of the Arts
History Of Columbia - Timeline
Columbia was developed by the company Howard Research and Development, led by its founder James Rouse. In 1963 James Rouse announced that his company had acquired 14,000 acres and planned to build a city were Columbia today is. Detailed planning for the new city proceeded from 1963 to 1964. The company began to build the city in 1966.
Lake Kittamaqundi and Wilde Lake were carved out of fields. Ground was broken for the first commercial buildings in Town Center and the residential neighborhood of Bryant Woods. In July 1967, Columbia's first residents moved in. They moved into the first village to be developed in Columbia, Wilde Lake, a reservoir and also the name of the surrounding neighborhood. In 1971, the Mall in Columbia opened and the Wilde Lake High School opened as a model school for the nation. In 2007, the city celebrated its 40th birthday.
Fun fact: The actor Edward Norton is the grandson of Columbia's founder, James Rouse.