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402 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
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Amenities

apartment Features

Amenity: BalconyBalcony
Amenity: ViewView

community Features

Amenity: Business CenterBusiness Center
Amenity: ClubhouseClubhouse
Amenity: Fitness CenterFitness Center
Amenity: Gated AccessGated Access
Amenity: Laundry FacilityLaundry Facility

additional Features

Amenity: Bike StorageBike Storage
Amenity: Bike friendlyBike friendly
Amenity: Car not requiredCar not required
Amenity: Easy street parkingEasy street parking
Amenity: Grocery Stores NearbyGrocery Stores Nearby
Amenity: Heavy Car Traffic AreaHeavy Car Traffic Area

About This Property

Blacherne Apartments at the Vermont Place - Indianapolis

Blacherne Apartments at the Vermont Place

Find your new home at Blacherne Apartments At The Vermont Place in Indianapolis, IN. These highly-rated apartments have a host of amenities. Is fitness a priority for you? Get your heart rate up at the on-site fitness center that's available for residents. While in-unit washers and dryers may not be offered, this complex has an on-site laundry facility available. The clubhouse is a great resource. It has a business center. It's easy to enjoy nice weather when you have an attached balcony or patio. Street parking is the only available option for residents with a car, but if you aren't up for dealing with the hassles of a car, they can easily be avoided in such a bike-friendly area. Call or schedule a visit to learn more about these apartments, located at 402 N Meridian St in Indianapolis, IN, today.

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I have loved living here the past 2 years! Staff and maintenance are very friendly and responsive, and common areas are clean. Ideal location as it is a 5min walk from Mass Ave, cultural trail/canal, war memorial parks, and downtown library. The building itself has a lot of charm compared to some of the newer downtown apartments, and comes at a very reasonable price. Also includes reasonably priced parking in attached garage.
April 26, 2020
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Schools

Purdue Polytechnic High School

525 S Meridian St Suite Lla
Grades 9-10 | charter
Apartments Near Purdue Polytechnic High School
6/10
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Indianapolis Christian School

620 E 10th St
private
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Herron High School

110 E 16th St
Grades 9-12 | charter
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10/10
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1250 E Market St
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Getting Around

96/100

Walker's Paradise

Walk Score®
The Walk Score® measures walkability on a scale of 0-100 based on walking routes to destinations such as dining and drinking, groceries, and shopping.
Dining & Drinking
96%
96
Groceries
90%
90
Shopping
96%
96
99/100

Biker's Paradise

Bike Score®
67/100

Good Transit

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