Meridian-Kessler is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Indianapolis. Contributing to its rich heritage to the city’s diverse culture, it is located about 4 miles north of downtown Indianapolis.
The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Kessler Boulevard, on the east by the Monon Trail, on the south by 38th Street and to the west by Meridian Street. The area was developed in the early 1900’s as country estates on large lots were built along Meridian Street and neighboring streets north of Maple Road, which is now 38th St. In 1905 famous architect George Kessler redesigned Maple Road into an urban parkway. In the same year Indianapolis annexed Meridian Street from Maple Road (38th St) up to the town of Broad Ripple. With the city’s road improvements and residential development, the district’s population started to grow rapidly. By the 1920’s Meridian-Kessler was one of the most prestigious areas in Indianapolis. It remains a highly desirable locale today with many architecturally unique homes. Meridian-Kessler has its own neighborhood association, which was formed in 1965 in order to unify the community, and preserve its distinct character. The famous Meridian-Kessler Home Tour was created in the 1970’s. It is the largest source of funds for the neighborhood, and has contributed to its continued renewal.
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