Mass Ave.

Indy’s Mass Ave neighborhood is home to many of the city’s trendiest and most well-known attractions. With its trademark blend of arts and entertainment, Mass Ave residents are never short on options for fine dining, good music, thought-provoking art, or masterfully crafted cocktails.


Part of the historic North Mass Ave corridor, the Bottleworks District has a rich and storied past. Originally home to the largest Coca-Cola bottling plant, Bottleworks now boasts a trendy arts scene, fine dining establishments, and unique entertainment venues.


The historic Kennedy-King neighborhood is one of Downtown Indy’s fastest growing communities. Named to commemorate the speech given by Robert F. Kennedy after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., the neighborhood features a vibrant mix of parks and outdoor recreational activities, dining, entertainment, and more.

Highland Park

Named for the historic Highland Home, which once sat atop the neighborhood’s namesake, Indy’s Highland Park neighborhood is a hilly enclave, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. This community boasts the best view of the downtown skyline and was once home to the fifth governor of Indiana. Residents enjoy quick access to local breweries, art galleries, gourmet eateries – like Smoking Goose – and a variety of unique shops.

Fletcher Place

This stylish urban haven began as a single farm owned by Calvin Fletcher, a man with a big heart who wore many hats. Today, Fletcher Place is Indy’s hottest spot for fine dining, with multiple James Beard-nominated restaurants as well as some of the city’s most well-known bars, like Hotel Tango and The Dugout. Residents of Fletcher Place enjoy quick access to the Indianapolis Cultural Trail and can easily get anywhere in the city, with direct access to Indy’s Red Line bus.