Berwick, Columbus, Ohio
Berwick is a middle-class neighborhood made up of a diverse racial and religious population on the eastside of Columbus, Ohio just south of the suburb of Bexley, Ohio. Developed in the early 1930-1950's, it is known as the home of Columbus' black elite, but also has a strong Jewish community. According to Census 2000, the total population of the neighborhood was 4,639 with 55% (2,549) being Non-Hispanic Black alone and 41% (1,916) being Non-Hispanic White alone. In 2000, the average annual household income was $61,237. Among households with a Black householder the average household income was $63,372, while those with a White householder it was $58,768.
Berwick Alternative Elementary School - Columbus Public Schools
Places of worship
Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church, Brookwood Presbyterian Church, Christ the King Roman Catholic Church, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Beth Jacob Synagogue, and Christ United Methodist Church
Notable Past and Present Residents
Michael B. Coleman - Mayor of the City of Columbus (2000–present)
Ryan Vesler - Creative director and founder of HOMAGE.