Quail Ridge

2105 E Mountain Quail Ct Columbia City, IN 46725 • From $95 Per Day

3 month minimum stay required

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  • One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Quail Ridge Villas in Columbia City, IN, is the area's premier apartment complex serving Columbia City. We offer apartments and condominiums that include stoves, refrigerators, dishwashers, washers and dryers. We also offer a community room and fitness center. For all your rental property needs, contact Quail Ridge Villas in Columbia City.

National Corporate Housing provides you with all the essentials necessary for a comfortable stay. From furniture and housewares to electronics and high-speed Internet, every apartment from National Corporate Housing comes fully furnished. You can move right in and feel at home wherever you are.



Cardio Fitness Center
Built in 2017
Pet Friendly
Shimmering Swimming Pool

Property Location

About Columbia City, Indiana

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Columbia City is a small community in northeast Indiana, covering an area of 5.21 square miles. It has a population of 8,850 as of the 2010 census. Columbia City serves as the seat of Whitley County.

It is generally unknown who the first official settler in the region was, but it is thought to be a man named Asa Shoemaker, who settled at Big Spring Creek in what is now Columbia Township in 1837.

Columbia City was founded in 1839, one year after the formation of Whitley County. It was originally called “Columbia,” but in 1854, a desire rose to have the post office and city conform in their name. The post office at the time was known as “Whitley Court House,” as there was another Columbia in the state. A public debate presented many potential names for the city, but it was eventually reduced to two; “Beaver,” in honor of a noted Native American whose reservation took up much of the nearby area, and “Columbia City.” In the end, the name was decided to be Columbia City by three votes.

Columbia City would remain a very small town until the completion of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne, & Chicago Railway in 1856. This and other roadways completed later into the city caused a rapid growth in population, attracting businesses and settlers. From 1860 to 1875, the population tripled.

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