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Street Savvy

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Street Savvy: Zionsville

South Village, a former retail dead zone, is now a thriving pocket of indulgences. Zionsville’s latest lures.

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Street Savvy: Prospect Street

Prospect Street stretches Fountain Square’s footprint.

A downtown streetscape featuring a bricked two-story building.
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Street Savvy: Pendleton

The town is the place where, for the first time in American history, white men received capital punishment for killing Native Americans.

Grocery store fresh produce
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Street Savvy: Alabama Street

Not just for on-street parking.

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Street Savvy: Lafayette

The best of Lafayette’s main drag.

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Street Savvy: Mass Ave

On downtown’s best street, the action shifts to the west end.

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Street Savvy: Fort Wayne Avenue

Downtown’s little secret.

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Street Savvy: Audubon Road in Irvington

One of Irvington’s original arteries makes a comeback.

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Street Savvy: IUPUI

The growing campus offers a smart selection of cultural attractions for the public. Here’s a crash course.

Kirklin Street Savvy
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Street Savvy: Kirklin

A once-sleepy town on Old Michigan Road reinvents itself as a destination for antiquers—and pizza lovers.

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Street Savvy: Fortville

Once a sleepy burg along the “Bee Line” Railroad, Fortville now has a hip Main Street address for artisans, boutiques, and casual eats.

Garfield Park Street Savvy
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Street Savvy: Garfield Park

This historic neighborhood has our attention with its new farmers market and emerging art scene.

Franklin Map
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Street Savvy: Downtown Franklin

Hip shops and new restaurants revitalize the courthouse square in downtown Franklin.

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Street Savvy — 16th Street

Once known as Tinker Street, Herron-Morton’s main artery makes a creative comeback. Take an interactive tour of 16th Street.

Martha Hoover
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Street Savvy: Cornell Avenue

“Broad Ripple is so much more than a late-night drinking destination. I see the Monon Trail and the development alongside as the true sign of the health of the neighborhood.”