Where is the Best Place to Live in Indianapolis?

If you're looking for the best place to live in Indianapolis, look no further than Lockerbie Square. This historic district in downtown Indianapolis is one of the oldest parts of the city and offers a combination of attractive property and a convenient lifestyle. Plus, it's relatively affordable, with both home prices and the cost of living below average. When it comes to walkable neighborhoods in Indianapolis, Downtown Indy is the most obvious choice.

This area is more than just skyscrapers and sidewalks, with a radius of approximately one mile that gives it a much bigger feel than just the heart of downtown. Downtown Indianapolis is comprised of several cultural districts, including Mile Square and the Wholesale District. It's known for being extremely safe, with people hanging around day or night, making it a great family environment. Sports fans will love living downtown, as Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts, is located here.

Plus, many other sports facilities are nearby and Indianapolis is the annual venue for the Big Ten Tournament. The downside to living downtown is that there are limited lodging options. Apartments, townhouses and condominiums are practically your only option if you want to live downtown.

Rickie Koning
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