Indianapolis is the capital city of the U.S. State of Indiana and the economy is mainly supported by education, health care, finance and tourism. If you love sports this is one of the best places to live, it is home to the Men’s and Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournament and of course the Super Bowl Winning Indianapolis Colts. This is a truly livable city that has been ranked by Forbes magazine as having one of the best downtowns in the United States with over 300 restaurants, movie theaters, museum, art galleries and parks. It is also a city that has experienced moderate growth.
The city is located on physically attractive terrain with many bluffs and valleys, and two waterways, the White River and Fall Creek running through it. Many gay-friendly neighborhoods in Indianapolis are located near parkland. This includes the Bates Hendricks neighborhood that is surrounded by parks and trails and yet is within walking distance of the city’s downtown.
As of November 7, 2011, the average price per square foot of property was $62. This is a drop of 6.1% from November 2010. The median sales price from August to October 2012 was, according to Truila statistics $77,601. This is a decrease of 11%, or $9,606 from the same time period in 2010.
Popular neighborhoods in Indianapolis include Irvington and Fountain Square. Irvington is the neighborhood that borders the Irvington Historic District and it is near Butler University, The Irving Theater and pretty Ellenberger Park. Fountain Square is the funky part of Indianapolis with many antique shops, ethnic restaurants and artist studios. This is one of the most LGBT friendly neighborhoods in Indianapolis.
One area of the city where housing prices have dropped in the last few months is Yorkshire. Since August 12th prices have dropped 20.7% in an area where the average listing price of a home is $150,246. This is a historic neighborhood with cobblestone streets that is near the Wholesale District, walking paths beside canals and historic monuments.
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