Midtown Monday: What is Midtown?

    Not sure exactly where “Midtown” is? It actually consists of quite a few neighborhoods (17 to be exact!), and you may be surprised at how much space Midtown actually covers! Here is a map to help you out, and below are links for to each neighborhood’s website.


    Map courtesy of Indy Midtown Magazine. This map can be found in their October/November 2014 Issue.

    Starting North and heading South, below are links for more info on each Midtown neighborhood. You will find boundary maps, nearby restaurants, historic info, etc.!

    1. Broad Ripple- http://www.discoverbroadripplevillage.com/

    2. Warfleigh – http://www.warfleigh.net/

    3. Forest Hills Historic District – http://foresthillsindy.org/

    4. Canterbury – http://cnaindy.org/

    5. Keystone-Monon – http://kmnp.org/

    6. Meridian-Kessler – http://www.mkna.org/

    7. Meridian Street Historic District – http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/indianapolis/northmeridianstreet.htm

    8. Rocky Ripple – http://rockyripple.com/

    9. Butler- Tarkington – http://butlertarkington.org/

    10. Oliver Johnson’s Woods Historic District – http://historicindianapolis.com/a-room-with-a-view-oliver-johnsons-woods/

    11. Historic Watson Park – http://watsonpark.org/

    12. Mapleton- Fall Creek – https://mfcdc.sharepoint.com/Pages/default.aspx

    13. Crown Hill – http://www.neighborhoodlink.com/Crown_Hill

    14. Golden Hill Historic District – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Hill_Historic_District_(Indianapolis,_Indiana)

    15. Historic Meridian Park – http://www.historicmeridianpark.org/

    16. Highland Vicinity – http://www.neighborhoodlink.com/Highland_Vicinity

    17. Meridian Highland- http://www.neighborhoodlink.com/Meridian-Highland



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