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Downtown Indianapolis is among those rare U.S. cities whose skyline offers a nice blend of hi-rises, stately buildings and monuments, such as Memorial Plaza, Monument Circle and the beautiful Indiana Statehouse to name a few. Contributing to this architectural blend is a diverse condo market of over 150 buildings, interspersed throughout the downtown area like decorative accents on the urban Indianapolis landscape.
|One Ten East Washington – This downtown high rise offers residents spectacular views of Indianapolis downtown and close proximity to all the greatest Indianapolis attractions. Enjoy luxury in the heart of downtown at One Ten East Washington.|
|Six Over Meridian – Located in the historic Wholesale District on South Meridian Street, Six Over Meridian is nestled in the heart of downtown near tons of Indianapolis restaurants, bars, sports and other entertainment. Formerly a factory, Six Over Meridian has tons of character and fantastic views of Indianapolis downtown.|
|333 Mass Ave – The swank downtown condo 333 on Mass Ave, located on the Southwest end of the Indianapolis cultural district, Massachusetts Avenue, offers spectacular panoramic views of Indianapolis downtown. Within walking distance to all the downtown cultural landmarks, restaurants, bars and shopping, this luxurious condo has it all.|
|40 North on Meridian – For anyone who enjoys downtown life, but for one reason or another is tethered to the north side, the twin, 7-story condo buildings located at the intersection of 40th Street and Meridian offer an intriguing solution. Known as “40 North on Meridian”, this condo community is just minutes from both, downtown Indianapolis, and Broad Ripple.|
|429 On The Park – If you’re interested in spectacular panoramic views of Indianapolis downtown, then look no further than 429 On The Park. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this landmark of Indianapolis downtown offers close proximity to all of the downtown excitement. These luxurious condos are the height of downtown living.|
|430 N Park Ave – Located in the historic Lockerbie neighborhood, 430 N Park Ave condos offer the perfect mix of history and luxury. Formerly the Indianapolis Glove Company, this condo community is known in the neighborhood as the Lockerbie Glove Company condos.|
|757 Mass Ave – Located at the Northeast end of Mass Ave, 757 Mass Ave is an elegant condo community. With private secured parking and unbelievable close proximity to all of the downtown cultural landmarks, restaurants, bars, shopping and more, 757 Mass Ave is a great place to live. The historic Beilouny property will simply take your breath away.|
|Chatham Court – Located in the historic Chatham Arch neighborhood, Chatham Court condos and town homes are a beautiful way to enjoy all the perks of downtown living without the hustle and bustle of downtown. These beautiful condos each have their own two car garage and exterior access. Plus enjoy a shared lawn and close proximity to the Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave.|
|The Clevelander – Located in the historic Lockerbie neighborhood have a convenient location near Mass Ave. These condos are walking distance to the grocery, the hardware store, the dry cleaner and tons of Indianapolis restaurants and Indianapolis shops. Enjoy a private balcony and a busy life in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood.|
|Indianapolis Athletic Club Condos – The condos at the Indianapolis Athletic Club offer spectacular views of Indianapolis downtown in addition to access to a state of the art gym, basketball court, racquet ball court, squash court and golf simulator. With plenty of common room for all residents to enjoy, this diverse and historic condo community is the perfect place for downtown living.|
|Landmark at Lockerbie – With a prime location in the historic Lockerbie neighborhood of Indianapolis downtown, Landmark at Lockerbie offers residency in an historic neighborhood. The deluxe town homes, lofts and flats at Landmark at Lockerbie are built with luxurious fixtures and finishings, not to mention energy efficient construction techniques.|
|Lockerbie Corner – Lockerbie Corner finds its home in the center of Indianapolis downtown in the Lockerbie neighborhood. Just steps away from the Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave, and plenty of Indianapolis attractions, Lockerbie Corners offers luxurious living in the center of it all.|
|Lockerbie Terrace – Located at the corner of New Jersey and New York Streets in Indianapolis downtown, Lockerbie Terrace offers beautiful views of the Indianapolis skyline and large windows from which to view them. Enjoy a fabulous fitness center, shared rooftop patio and expansive lobby at Lockerbie Terrace.|
|The Hudson – This luxurious condo community offers private roof top patios, outdoor fireplaces, state of the art fixtures and finishings, shared green space common areas and heated garage parking. Within walking distance to many Indianapolis cultural districts, this Indianapolis downtown condo community offers quiet in the hustle and bustle of downtown.|
|Meridian Arch – This converted church has been redeveloped into stunning condos units that retain the beautiful architecture of the historic sanctuary. Located across from the Indianapolis Public Library downtown and the American Legion Mall, Meridian Arch Condos is adjacent to the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. One thing is for sure about this condo unit; it oozes character and charm.|
|Residences at the Conrad – Luxury living reaches its height at the Residences at the Conrad. Condo owners in this downtown hotel enjoy all the perks that come with living in a five-star hotel including spa and salon access, swimming pools, room service, concierge service, dry cleaning, house keeping and more.|
It’s no exaggeration to say that the downtown market for Indianapolis condos offers every bit the sophistication and flare that you would expect of much larger cities like New York, L.A. and Chicago. But unlike these cities, one of the best things about owning a downtown Indianapolis condo is the fact that practically everything is within walking distance. The historical Massachusetts Avenue, or “Mass Ave”, for example, is just a few blocks away from Monument Circle and is a great cultural area with a lot to offer, including all sorts of locally-owned shops, restaurants and even some of the city’s most prominent theaters.
One of the most defining features of the Indianapolis condo market is its diversity and affordability. You’ll find contemporary styles that look like something straight out of a magazine as well as older, more historic units with that classic 1940s flare that is practically synonymous with America’s “golden age”. High-end features like sub-zero appliances, Brazilian hard woods, granite counters and marble baths are not hard to find. Other amenities include rooftop pools, round-the-clock concierge service, secure buildings and community fitness centers.
Below is a list of some of the city’s best condos, including a summary of each, an itemization of amenities, nearby places and things to do, notable features, multiple photos, and more. Now is a great time to buy an Indianapolis condo. We hope you enjoy this FunCityFinder condo resource.