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The Wholesale Cultural District is home to the recently revamped Georgia Street, and is one of the most historic areas of the city. Below are the latest Wholesale District headlines.

The Wholesale District: Historic Cultural District in Indianapolis

The Wholesale District in Indianapolis refers to a unique sector of the city on the southern edge of downtown Indianapolis. The Wholesale District is one of six separate and distinct areas in the city that have been designated as Indianapolis cultural districts; the other five are Broad Ripple Village, Canal and White River State Park, […]

Indianapolis History – Success Story of a Great Pioneer City

The story of Indianapolis starts in 1820 when the area of land that was then known as the Fall Creek Settlement, a swampy marshland largely uninhabited, was selected to be Indiana’s capitol city. The first European-American settlers started to build permanent lodging along the White River in what is now the White River State park […]

Indianapolis Cultural Districts

Indianapolis cultural districts represent the character and intrinsic personality of the Circle City culture. At present, there are six distinct cultural districts in Indianapolis, all unique pockets of Indianapolis society and community. Below you will find brief descriptions of each of the six Indianapolis cultural districts. If you would like more information, just click the […]