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Fruits of the Loop: An Unsung Milestone in Indy’s Downtown Development

Even before its grand opening, the inner loop—31 miles of interstate within I-465, built at a cost of nearly $300 million—had begun paying downtown dividends.

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Realty Check: What $995K Gets You in Traders Point

This property, formerly belonging to Traders Point Creamery owners Fritz and Jane Kunz, feels like the grounds of a luxe Midwestern ski resort.

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What $600K Gets You in Herron-Morton Place

In Herron-Morton Place, $600K will get you a renovated historic home with plenty of style and space.

City Guide 2014 Hometown Favorites Indianapolis Cultural Trail
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Cultural Trail Expansion: Is Garfield Park Next?

“We’ve had some good discussions with leaders about potential expansions,” says trail executive director Karen Haley.

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The Battle Over Meridian-Kessler’s Historic Homes

“Most historic neighborhoods across the country have historic district protection,” says one neighbor. “We don’t.”

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Hot Neighborhoods: Christie’s Thornhurst

An outstanding collection of midcentury-modern architecture

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Three Models for Indy’s Hot Neighborhoods

A strong sense of community pervades one little downtown neighborhood populated with charming 1800s Victorians.

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Four Indy Neighborhoods on the Verge

As Hamilton County development spreads north from Carmel, one historic burg stands a good chance of being next in line.

March 2015 cover of Indianapolis Monthly magazine
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Editor’s Note, March 2015: Hot Neighborhoods

In the neighborhoods trending upward, people care deeply about where they live.

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