Across the river from IUPUI and Riley Hospital sits River West, another portion of the Great Places 2020 initiative. Originally isolated from the city by the White River between, the Washington Street bridge connected the two areas building commerce and transportation benefits. Time has passed since that initial bridge, and others, have been build. Again […]
Indianapolis is ever-evolving and the next few years are looking more active than ever. Several areas around the city are gearing up to become “Great Places”. The first one we are highlighting is the Maple Crossing neighborhood. This area acts as the bridge between Downtown Indy and Broad Ripple, originally lined in Maple trees, the […]
This year’s Indiana State Fair is geared up for another 17 days of your favorite midway rides, confections,food, live music and exhibitions. The birth of the state fair started back in the nineteenth century as a way to promote state agriculture through a combination of livestock exhibitions and farming product displays. The industrialization following it’s […]
The moment we’ve all been waiting for…well, almost. Indiana has finally wised up to the need for blossoming local distilleries, cider makers and breweries to sell their crafted beverages on Sundays. That’s right friends, now you can buy a bottle of Fletcher Place’s Hotel Tango Golf Gin or Romeo Rum and enjoy your last sip […]
Closed sales and tight inventory are on the rise in Indianapolis, but buyers can still use these tips to find a great deal.
Summer is just about here and Indy has no shortage of destinations and events to fill your calendars. Getting outdoors and celebrating all the city has to offer during the beautiful summer season couldn’t be easier with the options available. If you’ve been waiting to slip your feet into the cool grass and sip on […]
Central Indiana has some of the best high schools in the state – here’s why this is good news for homeowners.
Though we’re entering a busy selling season, buyers can still find great deals.
National real estate brokers agree that Indianapolis is becoming a strong market for a range of properties.
The number of foreclosed properties on the market in Indianapolis has been cut in half since 2013.