Indianapolis: Never a Dull Moment
Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana. With a population of nearly 850,000 residents, not only is Indianapolis the largest city in the state, but it is also the second largest city in the American Midwest. The city’s economy is diverse: health care, manufacturing, and transportation all contribute to the city’s economy. Beyond the economy, sports are another facet of life in Indianapolis. The city hosts several notable sporting events including the largest half marathon in the U.S. and the largest single-day sporting event in the world, the Indianapolis 500. The city also houses seven cultural districts including Broad Ripple Village, Fountain Square, and Massachusetts Avenue, which have been recognized as holding ample historical and cultural significance for the city. Other historical attractions include Madame Walker Theatre Center, Lockerbie Square, and Morris-Butler House. If these factors aren't enough to convince you to relocate, Indianapolis features numerous points of interest, museums, and performing arts centers. In terms of convenience near our community, The Park at Eagle Creek provides close proximity to Eagle Creek Park, Downtown Indianapolis, and the Indianapolis International Airport.