800 Capitol is a revitalized industrial apartment complex brought straight of Indianapolis history. The exposed brick, concrete floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows give you hints of this building's industrial past. Please call for an appointment today.
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Great apartment in a great location! Close to the heart of downtown without all the headaches and congestion - 1 block from the canal and right down the street from my favorite brewery (2 Deep)! Friendly management and great maintenance.
I have lived in 800 Capitol for a year now. The apartments are nice, everything is updated and they offer parking for $70 a month so that you don't have to park in the alley and risk damage to your car. However, my apartment and I'm sure many others are not quiet. The ceiling makes a constant tapping noise which I thought was from the ac...but now that cold weather is approaching and my heat is on the constant tapping is still present. Throughout my year here I had an extremely noisy neighbor and it did not help that the walls are paper thin. I can hear tv, music, talking on the phone, dogs barking, pretty much everything and I mean EVERYTHING. Another thing I feel should be mentioned is the garbage trucks that come sometimes as early as 5am. They are extremely loud, so I'm almost positive that if it woke me up countless times it also disrupted other residents, small children, animals and basically anyone who lived towards the back of the building. The gym they offer is basically two treadmills some dumbbells and one machine. There is no pool, but there is a patio in the center of the building. Along with on top of the building. An extra laundry room although there are units inside every apartment, which was nice for comforters and larger items. The view with 16ft ceilings/ tall windows is nice. Also a fob is required to get into the building which makes you feel somewhat safe. Overall the apartments were okay. Didn't love them nor hate them. But they would be a lot better without the noise.