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Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana and the largest city in the state with around 870,000 people. Located west of Columbus, north of Louisville and south of Chicago, the city is centrally positioned and well connected.
Originally founded as a planned city to act as state capital, the local economy is a healthy mix of finance, banking, education, insurance, manufacturing, sports and other supporting industries. It’s a real mix that has helped the city survive and thrive.
Corporate housing in Indianapolis is mainly furnished apartments spread across the upscale districts. There are also condos and townhomes available should you need them. All are fully furnished, inclusive of all utilities and maintained ready for your arrival.
Indianapolis is regarded as stable and economically self-sufficient. This adds to the benefits of living and working in the city. The wide ranging economy offers opportunities for everyone at all stages of their career.
Major employers in Indianapolis include Indiana University, Eli Lilly & Co, Allison Transmission, Rolls-Royce Corporation, Anthem, Cummins, Community Health Network, Delphi Electronics & Safety, Arcelor Mittal, IU School of Medicine, Mr Electric, Roche Diagnostics Corp, Subaru-Indiana Automotive Inc, Deaconess Health System, Keystone Co and IUPUI.
Flying into Indianapolis will land you at Indianapolis International Airport (IND). It is around 15 minutes southwest of the city and handles most national and international carriers.
Greyhound, Megabus and Burlington Trailways run buses into the center of town from surrounding areas. Local bus is run by Indy Go that covers most of the central portions of Indianapolis.
Indianapolis is known as the “Crossroads of America” for a reason. It is the confluence is several Interstates, I-65, I-69, I-70, I-74, I-465 and plentiful local routes handle daily traffic with ease. It does get busy but likely not as busy as you would think.
Indy is a large and culturally diverse city with a lot of influences. It’s busy, lively and full of things to see and do.
Indianapolis neighborhoods include 16 Tech, Bates-Hendricks, Chatham Arch, Mass Ave, Cole Noble Commercial Arts District, Cottage Home, Fall Creek Place, Fletcher Place, Fountain Square, Garfield Park, Hawthorne, Herron-Morton Place, Holy Cross, Indiana Avenue, Ransom Place, Irish Hill, Kennedy-King, Lockerbie Square, Market East, North Meridian, Old Northside and Old Southside.
Things to see and do in Indianapolis include Garfield Park, Indiana State Capitol, Soldiers’ & Sailors’ Monument, Indiana War Memorial, Indianapolis Zoo, Crown Hill Cemetery, Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial, Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium, Indiana State Museum, Museum of Miniature Houses, Crispus Attucks Museum, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, NCAA Hall of Champions, NCAA Hall of Champions, The Indianapolis 500 and Eiteljorg Indian Market.
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