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Indianapolis is a vibrant state capital that once served as a prominent rail hub during the 19th century. Nicknamed the Crossroads of America, the city has a revitalized downtown and hosts one of America's premier racing events. Visitors will find modern skyscrapers, shopping malls and entertainment venues. Thirty-six downtown Indianapolis apartments built prior to 1931 are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Apartments in Indianapolis are conveniently located near six cultural and historic districts. These areas provide a charming backdrop for sports and live performance venues, statues and memorials, such as the colossal neoclassical Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. Indy is home to the state's largest zoo and numerous museums that feature Native American artwork, African American history, fine art, sports and native son Kurt Vonnegut. The Children's Museum is the largest facility of its kind in the world. Each Memorial Day weekend, the city's famous motor speedway hosts the iconic Indianapolis 500. The city sponsors the annual state fair as well as other festivals and celebrations.
The city's extensive park system has nearly 200 recreational areas. Eagle Creek is one of the largest urban green spaces in the country, and Garfield Park has sunken gardens and a conservatory. White River State Park has nature trails and scenic waterways, and the War Memorial Plaza is a five-block urban open space and park. The Cultural Trail is a modern urban bike path that connects the city's cultural districts, entertainment venues and Greenway System, an urban general purpose trail.
Apartments in Indianapolis, IN include those located in historic buildings as well as apartment communities and modern high rises. Apartment Guide can help you explore listings for apartments Indianapolis. The search function can display apartments for rent in Indianapolis based on their location, price and amenities.