Indianapolis Indiana US Map

A general overview of some of the districts and neighborhoods in Indianapolis, Indiana. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully.  Here are a few key areas:

  1. Downtown Indianapolis:
    • Description: The heart of the city, Downtown Indianapolis is home to many cultural and sporting attractions. Monument Circle is a prominent landmark, and the area hosts events such as the Indianapolis 500 and various festivals. The downtown area also features a mix of residential, commercial, and entertainment spaces.
  2. Broad Ripple:
    • Description: Known for its vibrant nightlife and cultural scene, Broad Ripple is a trendy neighborhood with a diverse mix of restaurants, bars, and shops. It’s a popular destination for young professionals and artists. The Monon Trail runs through this area, providing a scenic pathway for walking, running, and biking.
  3. Fountain Square:
    • Description: Fountain Square is an artsy and historic neighborhood located southeast of downtown. It boasts unique boutiques, galleries, and a variety of dining options. The neighborhood has a quirky and eclectic vibe, with an emphasis on the arts and local creativity.
  4. Irvington:
    • Description: Located on the east side of Indianapolis, Irvington is known for its historic architecture, tree-lined streets, and a sense of community. It has a small-town feel with locally-owned businesses, parks, and events. The Irvington Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  5. Lockerbie Square:
    • Description: Lockerbie Square is one of Indianapolis’s oldest neighborhoods, featuring well-preserved historic homes. The area is known for its cobblestone streets and is part of the Mass Ave Arts District. It offers a mix of residential and commercial spaces.
  6. Massachusetts Avenue (Mass Ave) Arts District:
    • Description: Mass Ave is a cultural district with theaters, art galleries, unique shops, and diverse dining options. It has a vibrant atmosphere and is a hub for the arts and entertainment scene in Indianapolis.
  7. Old Northside:
    • Description: This historic neighborhood, located just north of downtown, features grand Victorian-era homes and tree-lined streets. The Old Northside is known for its architectural heritage and is a popular area for historic home tours.
  8. Meridian-Kessler:
    • Description: A residential neighborhood located north of downtown, Meridian-Kessler is known for its historic homes and tree-lined streets. It’s a mix of residential and commercial areas with a strong sense of community.

Please note that these descriptions provide a general overview, and the city may have experienced changes or developments since my last update. If you need more up-to-date information, consider checking local sources or recent city planning documents.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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