Indianapolis Real Estate
Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the U.S. and is continuing to grow. Despite its increasing size, however, Indianapolis is ranked as one of the safest and cleanest cities in the country; and the city’s cost of living and unemployment rates are consistently below the national average. Among Indianapolis’ 11 school systems, the average student/teacher ratio is an impressive 13/21. And there are over 20 colleges and universities within 60 miles of downtown. The city also has a thriving business climate. In 2004, Indianapolis was ranked the fifth least expensive large city in the country for doing business by KPMG Competitive Alternatives and number one in competitiveness for business investment by Site Selection magazine.
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Indianapolis Homes for Sale
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More About Indianapolis Real Estate
When it comes to attractions – no matter what age, no matter what interests – Indianapolis truly has something for everyone. Indianapolis residents and visitors can enjoy dozens of historical sites and monuments, art galleries and museums, fine dining, top-notch shopping, wineries, cultural districts and events, festivals, exciting nightlife, and breathtaking landscapes and architecture. Widely known as the home of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the NBA’s Indiana Pacers, and the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, Indianapolis is also considered the “Amateur Sports Capital of the World.”
Parks and Recreation
Indianapolis, which has been named Tree City USA for the 19th consecutive year, is home to 206 parks, 13 golf courses, four nature centers, three dog parks, 25 family centers, 23 aquatic facilities, two ice rinks, a mountain bike trail, a skate park, a BMX complex, a conservatory, a sunken garden, and more. The city was also a finalist for the Gold Medal Award for Excellence for Parks and Recreation management.
Racing: Indianapolis 500 and the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard and other events at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
History: Seven-block Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historical District, or the home of 23rd U.S. President Benjamin Harrison.
Art: Indianapolis Museum of Art, one of the largest art museums in the country, or the Indianapolis Artsgarden, which features more than 350 live performances and exhibits each year.
Nightlife: Broad Ripple, Downtown, Casinos (quick commute), etc.
Kids: IMAX Theater, Indianapolis Zoo, or The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the world’s largest of its kind.
Higher Education: Butler University, University of Indianapolis, IUPUI, Ball State, Marian College, University of Phoenix.
Tourism: Indianapolis is nicknamed the “Crossroads of America” because it provides access to and can be easily accessed by half the U.S. population in less than a day’s travel. Whether they come for leisure or business purposes, 22 million people visit Indianapolis each year in order to enjoy the city’s rich culture.
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