December 9th, 2013

Art School Student Finds Pleasant Surprises in Urban Indy

by Emily Hinkel

When Jennifer Jackson moved to Indianapolis to attend art school, she was pleasantly surprised in more ways than one. Surprise number one came when she stumbled upon the Harrison Center for the Arts, and it was that day that she was introduced to Joanna Taft, director of City Gallery, who immediately helped her to get plugged […]

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April 30th, 2013

The City Experience in Fall Creek Place

by cgindy

by Emily Hinkel Recent college graduate Brady Hurlburt never thought he’d end up in Indiana.  “It’s such a random place to move to,” he laughs. “Sometimes I forget where it is on the map.”  But he’s finally making himself at home.  Since moving to Indianapolis in the summer of 2011, he’s gradually made his way […]

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February 15th, 2013

The Piccadilly – 16th and Pennsylvania

by cgindy

The Piccadilly, 28 E. 16th (note: it now has fancy, new sign) My friend and I walked four blocks from our house to the corner of 16th and Pennsylvania St.  It was one of those bizarre Indiana nights where the weather was tolerable for early February – we walked briskly nonetheless.  I had never been […]

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February 7th, 2013

13th and Alabama – Englewood Renovation

by cgindy

Looking up you see the birds flying through and the clouds drifting by.  You can feel the warmth hitting you as the sun shines through the red stained glass.  And then the cold draft picks up, gives you shivers, and suddenly the heavenly experience fades away.  This building is in decay and disrepair. Through the […]

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October 12th, 2012

CityWay

by cgindy

Downtown Indianapolis is growing exponentially and is really a model for city revitalization. With over seventy-five new projects to be completed by 2017, including $519 million invested in residential growth, Indy will soon offer even more options for city life. An exciting part of this growth is CityWay. Surely by now you’ve seen or at […]

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December 12th, 2011

Historic King Park Apartment Great Fit for Young Professional

by cgindy

After three and a half years of living in a 460 square-foot studio apartment in downtown Indianapolis, Lauralee Stel was ready for a larger living space and a bedroom door.  An additional change in employment meant that continuing to live downtown would shorten her commute and keep her near friends.  She says, “I love being […]

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