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Indianapolis, Indiana is located in Marion County and is the 12th largest city in the nation plus the capital of Indiana. Consistently ranked as one of the cleanest, safest cities in America, it also has a low cost of living. It is called the “Crossroads of America” because so many interstate highways converge in Indianapolis. A population of almost 800,000 people enjoy the variety and amenities the city has to offer, including an educational system which features more than 20 colleges and Universities such as Indiana University and Purdue University. Housing options comprise apartments, duplexes, condominiums, multi-family homes, and single-family homes. Medium home prices start at $116,800.
|2010 Census Data||Indianapolis||Marion County||Indiana||United States|
|Land area in square miles||365||396||35,826||3,531,907|
|People per sq. mi.||2,248||2,281||180||87|
|2010 Real Estate Market Data||Indianapolis||Marion County||Indiana||United States|
|Total Housing Units||379,856||417,862||2,795,541||131,704,730|
Indianapolis NeighborhoodsAlexandria, Anderson, Arden, Aspen Ridge, Audubon Gardens, Augusta Green, Avalon Hill, Avon, Babe Denny, Bay Landing, Bayswater, Bean Creek, Beaumont on the Green, Bloomington, Brendonridge, Brendonwood, Bridgefield, Broad Ripple, Brockton, Brookhaven, Brownsburg, Buffalo Creek, Buttonwood Crescent, Camby, Canterbury, Carmel, Carson Heights, Carson Square, Castleton, Cedar Springs, Chapel Glen, Chapel Hill Village, Cobblestone, Creekside Woods, Creekwood, Danville, Deer Creek, Deleware Trails South, DeVille Place, Devington, Devonshire, Driftwood Hills, Eagle Creek, Eagle Nest, Eagledale, Eastgate, Eastwood, Emerson Heights, Ethel Acres, Fairfax, Fall Creek Manor, Farhill Woods, Farley, Farmington, Fieldstone and Brookstone, Fishers, Fletcher Place, Forest Commons, Fountain Square, Garden City, Gateway West, Glenroy Village, Grand View Acres, Greenbriar, Greenfield, Greenwood, Guion Lakes, Hamptons at Geist, Hawthorne, Hearth Stone, Highland-Kessler, Highlands, Homecroft, Huntington Communities, Indian Lake, Irvington, Ivy Hills, Lake Charlevoix, Lake Kesslerwood, Lake Maxinhall Estates, Lawrence Township, Lebanon, Liberty Creek,Lockerbie Square, Mars Hill, Michigan-Highland, Misty Lake, Near North, New Augusta, New Bethel, Noblesville, Oakhill, Old Southside, Pendleton, Perry Manor, Plainfield, Questend, Ravenswood, Renaissance Place, Richling Acres, Ridge Hills Trails, Rolling Ridge, Rosedale Hills, Rosewood 12, Rumford Eastway Manor, Scarborough Village, Shelbyville, Shelton Heights, Sherwood Forest, Southdale, Speedway, Spring Mill Heights, St. Joseph Historic Neighborhood, St. Vincents Area, Steinmeier Estates, Summerfield South, Sunshine Gardens, Sylvan Ridge, The Timbers of Indianapolis, The Village of Orchard Park, Traders Cove on the Lake, Upper Canal, Venerable Flackville, Walden Trace, Warfleigh, Warren Township, Westwood I and II, Whispering Pines, Winchester Village, Windcombe, Windsor Park, Woodruff Place, Wynnedale, Yorkshire, Zionsville
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Forbes magazine rated Indianapolis the 6th best city for jobs in 2008. The area's economy is diverse, with major industries in manufacturing, services, agriculture, government, wholesale and retail trade, and tourism, which brings 20 million visitors annually. Indianapolis hosts many conventions and sporting events, including the world famous Indianapolis 500 mile automobile race. The Indiana State Fair is held in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis has 6 designated neighborhood Cultural Districts - Broad Ripple Village, Massachusetts Avenue, Fountain Square, The Wholesale District, Canal and White River State Park, and Indiana Avenue. Popular places to find a home include Moorings, Geist Area, Deer Creek, Lockerbie Square, Old Northside, Fall Creek Place, Fletcher Place, Renaissance Bay, and Meridian Kessler. Fishers, Carmel, Noblesville and Zionsville are also located in the nearby area.
According to CNN, Indianapolis was rated the #1 city for recent college graduates in 2009, based on cities with the highest concentration of young adults (age 20-24), inventory of jobs requiring less than one year experience, and the average cost to rent a one bedroom apartment on apartments.com.
Did You Know? Only Washington, D.C. has more monuments inside city limits than Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail, scheduled for completion by 2011, will be a state-of-the-art urban bike and pedestrian trail connecting the city's downtown Cultural Districts, neighborhoods and entertainment venue. The trail will also exhibit work by local artists.
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