Broad Ripple Village is one of six designated cultural districts of Indianapolis, and this unique area is home to many of Indianapolis’ premier shops, restaurants, and bars. The pedestrian-friendly atmosphere draws people of all ages to the neighborhood.
Butler-Tarkington is a neighborhood on the north side of Indianapolis which takes its name from the Butler University located in the neighborhood. A strong example of successful racial integration, this cozy area is known for its attractive residential architecture and pedestrian-friendly streets.
Mapleton-Fall Creek is a historic neighborhood in Indianapolis that boasts shady sidewalks, winding boulevards and homes of all sizes. With a distinct historical feel, Mapleton-Fall Creek attracts professionals and individuals looking to take advantage of the proximity to the city and the neighborhood character.
Meridian-Kessler is a neighborhood located in the center of Midtown. With a vital mix of homes, local merchants and gracious green spaces, Meridian-Kessler is far enough north of downtown —just four miles— to be thoroughly laid–back and near enough to the city center to be completely urban. From 38th Street to Kessler Boulevard and Meridian Street to the Monon Trail, it a neighborhood that is distinctive, diverse and vibrant with 6,000 homes and 15,000 residents.