Garden City is a neighborhood in western Indianapolis near the juncture of the USS Indianapolis Memorial Highway and I-70. It is situated between the home of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Speedway Wellhead, to the north and the community of Mars Hill to the south. Garden City is one of the larger neighborhoods of Indianapolis, and it is centrally located to a variety of attractions, amenities and major employers.
Located just outside Garden City, Indianapolis, the primary attraction in the area is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This racetrack is the home of the famous Indianapolis 500, and it includes the Hall of Fame Museum, a luxury resort and the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course. In addition, A.J. Thatcher Park and the Chuck Klein Softball Complex are located within the community.
Public schools in Garden City, Indianapolis, belong to the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, which served 15,728 students during the 2010-2011 school year. However, Indiana has an open enrollment policy, and two other school districts are located nearby: Indianapolis Public Schools and Speedway Schools.
Garden City, Indianapolis, apartment rentals are both comfortable and affordable, and they provide easy access to local expressways, which makes commuting very easy. Apartments in the neighborhood with specific features can also be located quickly and easily with the help of Apartment Guide.