Avon, Indiana lies just five miles west of downtown Indianapolis in Hendricks County. Accessible from three major interstates, Highways 70, 65, and 74, Avon offers convenience and easy access to city amenities while still maintaining its own suburban style.
Beech Grove is on the move with citywide initiatives to revitalize this already robust city. Just eight miles southeast of Indianapolis, Beech Grove benefits from its close proximity to the city as well as what it offers as a town in its own right.
Located about 50 miles southwest of Indianapolis is the Indiana city of Bloomington, which is also the county seat of Monroe County and home to Indiana University.
Broad Ripple, Indiana is just six miles north of downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple is an eclectic mix of residential neighborhoods, nightlife, shops and restaurants, arts, and other curiosities.
Brownsburg, Indiana is just 16 miles northwest of Indianapolis, the city of Brownsburg has been expanding exponentially over the past 20 years.
Carmel, Indiana’s 8th largest city, lies immediately north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County. An ever-growing suburb, Carmel maintains its identity as a city in its own right, despite being minutes from a major metropolitan area. CNN Money Magazine named Carmel the winner of its annual Best Places to Live list in 2012, attributing its number-one standing to Carmel schools, arts and entertainment options, and economic vitality.
Northeast of Indianapolis, the city of Fishers is a growing suburb poised for even more development in the near future. Downtown Fishers, home to local shops and eateries, will undergo renovations and expand to give families more entertainment options and bring a greater sense of community to this sprawling city. A host of family-friendly attractions draw in visitors and keep residents excited about their town.
Geist refers to the area surrounding Geist Lake, one of Indianapolis’ three reservoirs. Geist is a popular destination for family fun in the summer, on weekends, and throughout the year.
Greenwood, Indiana is twelve miles south of downtown Indianapolis, Greenwood combines small town charm with big city excitement. Greenwood residents need only walk out the front door to experience one or drive a short distance to experience the other.
Lebanon, Indiana is the largest city in Boone County, is located 30 miles north of Indianapolis. A city that cherishes its rich history, Lebanon emphasizes cultural events for families that also serve to bring the community together. Lebanon is an eclectic city that features a mix of residential and industrial environments and prides itself on being named “The Friendly City.”
Noblesville, Indiana is 21 miles northeast of Indianapolis in the heart of Hamilton County. A combination of historic architecture, a quaint downtown area, and popular modern attractions puts Noblesville on the map as a place that offers something for everyone. With over 50,000 residents, Noblesville is still growing and becoming a cultural and commercial destination.
Plainfield, Indiana lies 15 miles southwest of Indianapolis in Hendricks County. With amenities from a mall to its own water park, Plainfield is a prime destination for families of all kinds. Plainfield’s convenient location gives residents easy access to interstate I-70 as well as the Indianapolis International Airport and, of course, downtown Indianapolis.
Westfield, Indiana is twenty miles north of Indianapolis, Westfield is an established city that is still growing as it expands. Recent annexations coupled with rapid population growth have Westfield poised for new developments to accommodate the community it serves.
Zionsville, Indiana is eight miles northwest of Indianapolis, Zionsville combines a downtown village atmosphere with sprawling suburban neighborhoods. Commercial amenities meet quaint cultural attractions to give residents a little bit of everything.