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1 To 2 bedrooms $550 to $860

Spinnaker Court Apartments
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Spinnaker Court Apartments

3685 St Thomas Blvd Indianapolis, IN 46214
(866) 679-6621 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $590 to $960

10 West Apartments
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10 West Apartments

7855 Cimarron Trl Indianapolis, IN 46214
(317) 986-2992 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $619 to $1190

Reflections Apartments
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Reflections Apartments

7999 Silverleaf Dr Indianapolis, IN 46260
(317) 660-8145 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $619 to $1035

Oakbrook Village Apartments
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Oakbrook Village Apartments

6098 Georgetown Rd Indianapolis, IN 46254
(317) 644-3212 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $629 to $795

Aspen Pointe Apartments
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Aspen Pointe Apartments

5838 W Mooresville Rd Indianapolis, IN 46221
(317) 204-2301 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $640 to $1450

Ashford at Keystone Apartments
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Ashford at Keystone Apartments

6630 Glenbrook Dr Indianapolis, IN 46220
(317) 798-0337 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $649 to $1019

The Courts Apartments
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The Courts Apartments

8002 Harcourt Rd Indianapolis, IN 46260
(317) 973-3221 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $689 to $1199

The Villages of Bent Tree Apartments
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The Villages of Bent Tree Apartments

3210 Ramblewood Dr Indianapolis, IN 46268
(317) 333-6322 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $690 to $915

Villa Del Sol Apartments
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Villa Del Sol Apartments

3636 Mission Dr Indianapolis, IN 46224
(317) 982-5025 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $700 to $1240

Aspen Lakes Apartments
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Aspen Lakes Apartments

7202 Winslet Blvd Indianapolis, IN 46217
(844) 411-5694 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $779 to $1677

Park at Eagle Creek Apartments
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Park at Eagle Creek Apartments

5525 Elkhorn Dr Indianapolis, IN 46254
(888) 364-7630 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $785 to $895

Meridian South Apartments
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Meridian South Apartments

7266 Lockwood Ln Indianapolis, IN 46217
(866) 462-1679 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $785 to $855

Suncrest Apartments
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Suncrest Apartments

1135 Suncrest Cir Indianapolis, IN 46241
(317) 548-5558 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $808 to $1319

The Lakes Apartments
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The Lakes Apartments

8740 Arborway Ct Indianapolis, IN 46268
(866) 913-6673 check availability

2 To 3 bedrooms $841 to $980

WestPark Townhomes Apartments
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WestPark Townhomes Apartments

1225 W Park Way Indianapolis, IN 46214
(317) 981-7574 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $850 to $1300

The Lakes Of Windsor Apartments
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The Lakes Of Windsor Apartments

7251 Windsor Lakes Dr Indianapolis, IN 46237
(317) 743-0779 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $909 to $1445

Lake Clearwater Apartments
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Lake Clearwater Apartments

3914 Lake Clearwater Pl Indianapolis, IN 46240
(866) 336-1479 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $949 to $1365

Castle Creek Apartments
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Castle Creek Apartments

5702 Castle Hill Dr Indianapolis, IN 46250
(877) 854-1607 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $961 to $2596

Solana Apartments at the Crossing
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Solana Apartments at the Crossing

7745 Solana Dr Indianapolis, IN 46240
(317) 973-0666 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1000 to $3290

Artistry Apartments
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Artistry Apartments

451 E Market St Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 543-7379 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1005 to $1405

Willow Lake Apartments and Townhomes
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Willow Lake Apartments and Townhomes

2810 Willow Lake Dr Indianapolis, IN 46268
(317) 973-0102 check availability

1 To 3 bedrooms $1005 to $1659

The Retreat at Carmel Apartments
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The Retreat at Carmel Apartments

1661 Sierra Springs Dr Indianapolis, IN 46280
(317) 660-9692 check availability

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1020 to $3100

Circa Apartments
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Circa Apartments

617 N College Ave Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 644-2017 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1160 to $1900

Lockerbie Lofts Apartments
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Lockerbie Lofts Apartments

640 E Michigan St Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 982-6136 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1170 to $2850

Pulliam Square Apartments
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Pulliam Square Apartments

152 E New York St Indianapolis, IN 46204
(844) 285-3973 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $1254

Stadium Lofts & Flats Apartments
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Stadium Lofts & Flats Apartments

1501 W 16th St Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 982-6096 check availability

1 To 4 bedrooms call for rates

Berkley Commons Apartments
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Berkley Commons Apartments

8201 Madison Ave Indianapolis, IN 46227
(317) 215-7482 check availability

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Marcy Village Apartments
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Marcy Village Apartments

4561 Marcy Ln Indianapolis, IN 46205
(866) 603-7656 check availability

Studio to 2 bedrooms $459 to $739

Mariners Village Apartments
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Mariners Village Apartments

7135 Islander Dr Indianapolis, IN 46214
(317) 608-6120 check availability

1 To 2 bedrooms $475 to $585

5816 W 38th St Apartments
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5816 W 38th St Apartments

5816 W 38th St Indianapolis, IN 46254
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Your Guide to Apartments in Indianapolis

The capitol of Indiana and the largest city in the state, Indianapolis boasts a diverse economy that includes healthcare, tourism, education and finance, making it a very desirable locale for residents fortunate enough to call Indianapolis apartments their home.


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Whether you're looking for a luxury apartment in Downtown Indianapolis, a spacious 2 or 3 bedroom apartment among the parks of Butler-Tarkington, are aching to live in a unique studio apartment the culture hub of Broad Ripple Village, or simply want to compare apartments in all corners of the city, ApartmentHomeLiving.com gives you the tools you need to narrow your options by location, price, amenities and much more.


Finding your apartment here is only the first step of getting the most out of the lifestyle here. There is no limit to the excitement that awaits residents here. Sports fanatics can get their motors running with the Indianapolis 500, check out a Colts game, or cheer on the Pacers, while nature lovers have easy access to great parks around Indy like Broad Ripple Park or Eagle Creek Park and Marina. Folks who are looking for a bit of enrichment can venture out to the famous Union Station, which made its very first home in Indianapolis in the 1840's. Also not short on nightlife and dining locales, the list of great sights-to-see and things-to-do for Indy residents truly goes on and on, so be sure to get out and explore once you've settled into your new apartment.


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Indianapolis Overview

Indiana’s capital, Indianapolis, is the state’s largest city and it ranks 13th in the country for size. It sits near the convergence of the White River and Fall Creek. Recently, Forbes ranked Indianapolis as having one of the best downtowns in the country because of its appealing appearance as well as amenities like movie theaters, museums, art galleries, parks, retail shops and entertainment. Indianapolis has experienced moderate growth in the last few years, and currently has a population of nearly 840,000 residents.

Indianapolis History

Indiana was admitted to statehood in 1816 and the U.S. Congress donated four portions of federal land in order to establish a seat of state government. In 1818, the Delaware tribe (known as the Lenape) relinquished their land, in exchange for an annuity of $4000. This area of land, called the New Purchase, became the site chosen for the new state capital in 1820. The early settlers of the area that was to become Indianapolis were predominately of northwestern European descent. Many of the settlers were Protestants, but a large portion of the immigrants were Irish and German Catholics. The first families to settle in the town of Indianapolis were the McCormicks and the Pogues, sometime around 1820. Indianapolis officially became a town in 1832, and it became incorporated as a city in 1847. January 1, 1825, the seat of state government was moved to Indianapolis and the Indiana General Assembly’s first session in the state capital began on January 10, 1825.

Indianapolis Weather

Indianapolis experiences four distinct seasons. Summers tend to be warm and humid, with average July temperatures of about 76°. However, summer temperatures are known to reach 90° (typically, 18-20 days a year). The Spring and Fall are usually pleasant, though somewhat unpredictable. It isn’t uncommon for several warm days (80° daily high temperatures) to be followed within a couple of days by snowfall. Winters are cold in Indianapolis, with average daily high temperatures around 28°, but they drop to below 0° an average of 5 nights per year. The wettest months are in the Spring and Summer, with May being the rainiest. There is really no dry season in Indianapolis. Average rainfall is 42 inches and snowfall is 26 inches.

Indianapolis Media

The Indianapolis Star is the only daily newspaper serving Indianapolis, but there are several popular weekly publications including: NUVO, Indianapolis Recorder, and the Indianapolis Business Journal. There are 77 radio stations in the Indianapolis area, and the city is home to The Bob & Tom Show, a popular nationally syndicated program on WFBQ.

Indianapolis Landmarks

Indianapolis is known for its devotion to honoring the country’s fallen soldiers. The city dedicates more acreage than any other U.S. city to doing so, and is second only to Washington D.C. in the amount of war memorials. The Soldiers and Sailors Monument is at the heart of downtown, the center of the city and the collection of many other war memorials. You can take tours of this civil war memorial, as well as many others.

Things to do in Indianapolis

In addition to all of the war memorials, Indianapolis has a lot to do. Here are just a few of the places that you can go for sporting events, arts and culture, and family fun. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a great destination that is the world’s largest racetrack and home of the Indianapolis 500, while Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts and Bankers Life Fieldhouse, home to the Indiana Pacers, give an outlet for the sports fans around town. If you're looking for art and culture for the kids, you might consider heading out of the Indy apartment for a day at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. For fun outdoors you might consider a trip to White River State Park or Fort Harrison State Park.

Indianapolis Festivals

The Indianapolis 500 Festival is a community festival that celebrates the historic Indianapolis 500. The event happens at the end of each May and has nearly 50 events and programs. At least half a million people visit the festival each year, making it Indianapolis’ biggest festival of the year. The Eitejorg Museum’s Indian Market and Festival is a celebration of Native American cultures that has taken place every June for the last 20 years. The festival includes art from more than 160 Native American artists, dance performances, Native American food, and lots of family activities.Every September since 1999, the Indy Jazz Fest celebrates the jazz and arts scene with 10 days of concerts, master classes and panel discussions.

Indianapolis Vacation spots

There are some great vacation spots near Indianapolis that won’t require much in the way of travel time. The city of Chicago is a less than 3-hour drive north from Indianapolis. You will find an abundance of things to do in the “Windy City.” Likewise, St. Louis, Missouri is just under 4-hours by car. There you can visit the Gateway Arch and many other attractions. Nashville, Tennessee, the country music capital of the world, is just a 4-hour car drive away. If you are a country music lover, this is the perfect destination for your vacation.

Getting Around Indianapolis

With so much to see and do in downtown Indianapolis, you will want to take your time there. The downtown area is best navigated on foot, as the streets are busy and parking isn’t always easy to find. Outside of downtown, you’ll need a car to get around. There is also a very clean and efficient bus system in Indianapolis, however, the routes are complicated and big potions of the metropolitan area do not have service. Taxis are available in the downtown area and at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND), but you won’t be able to flag one down in other parts of the city, you will need to call ahead. The city has an Amtrak station, which includes two service lines that travel to and from Cincinnati, Washington D.C., Chicago, and New York.

Commuting in Indianapolis

Indianapolis has the nickname, “Crossroads of America”, and it’s easy to see why. The city acts as a hub where all of the Indiana interstates come together. The interstates (I-65, I-69, I-70, and I-74) are joined by the 465 Metro Loop that goes around the city. In addition, there are several well-maintained U.S. Highways and State routes to make getting around the city and to other Indiana cities easy. Workers in Indianapolis spend an average of 22 minutes commuting to work each day.

Why Here

In Indianapolis, if you are a sports fan, you are in luck. The city boasts many sports-related venues and activities. There is a lot to do if you love history, art, and the outdoors as well (in the warmer months, of course!). Here are some of the highlights the city has to offer:

Where to move in Indianapolis

Whether you are a young professional looking for a place to live in Indianapolis, or a family looking for a neighborhood with children, you can find the perfect place to live. Lockerbie Square, Broad Ripple Village, Mass Ave Arts District, and Canal & White River State Park District are all popular neighborhoods for young professionals. They have vibrant nightlife, music and arts, and a younger demographic. Carmel, Fishers, and Zionsville are neighborhoods that are safe, filled with parks and great schools. They are perfect for families with children. Indianapolis, Indiana is a great place to visit, with lots of sporting and cultural events that appeal to everyone, but it is also a great place to live for year-round activities and fun.

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