At first glance, Indianapolis, IN, is a crossroads town. It sits at the intersection of some of the country's most important highways — direct lines to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Louisville, Fort Wayne and beyond, from coast to coast. However, those who spend any amount of time here learn quickly that it's more than just an economic hub. It's a world-class city with a host of historical, cultural, recreational, educational and professional opportunities.
The capital city of Indiana, Indianapolis offers superlative access to all of the state's government organizations. It has two major league sports teams with stadiums right downtown: The Pacers and The Colts play at Bankers Life Fieldhouse and Lucas Oil Stadium, respectively, right in the Wholesale District. Of course, there's also the Indy 500 in Speedway, Indiana, a suburb located within Indianapolis's borders. In terms of natural recreation, one of the largest zoos in the country is right across the White River from downtown Indianapolis, several notable golf courses dot the area and the various reservoirs along the waterways provide ample opportunities for aquatic outings.
Indianapolis is also one of the Midwest's major centers for culture and learning. Several notable universities are right in town, and the Children's Museum of Indianapolis is the largest institution of its kind in the country. Downtown, there's theater, comedy, nightlife, a restaurant scene and everything else one would expect of a bustling urban core. These amenities, combined with new development and widespread urban revitalization, make downtown Indy a contemporary live-work-play paradise.
People love living in Indianapolis for a combination of culture, quality of life and access to world-class employers. It is also a great city for both professional and independent sports. From the dense downtown to the quiet suburbs, Indianapolis has a variety of lifestyles and housing types to fit any requirement. Let one of our agents help you find your perfect place here in this invigorating and growing city.