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Center Township North of Downtown including: Talbot, Herron-Morton
Chatham-Arch is an upscale neighborhood bordered by I-65, North and South Streets, and College Avenue where small-framed cottages from the 1860s and 1870s are mixed with brand-new condos.
Massachusetts Avenue, known by many as the Arts and Theater District, is only a few blocks from Monument Circle. Massachusetts Avenue was designed in 1821 as one of Downtown’s four original diagonal streets in the city. Merchants have reinvented Mass Ave as a thriving art district and home for unique entrepreneurial endeavors. Mass Av fills with the free-spirited and friendly mood that spills from the many venues. Five performing arts theaters, each distinctive, call Mass Ave home. Numerous art galleries make the avenue the place to experience top-notch art. Independently-owned restaurants serve some of the best meals in town. Mass Ave boasts original outdoor art, rich architecture and historic neighborhood feel.
Fall Creek Place
Located near downtown Indianapolis on the city’s near north side, Fall Creek Place is a neighborhood filled with a diverse mix of hard-working people who appreciate the benefits of downtown living. This innovative development features newly constructed homes along with restored historic homes in a neighborhood with new parks, new sidewalks, and other amenities all less than two miles from the heart of downtown. And, unlike many of the housing developments surrounding Indianapolis, it’s a neighborhood that wasn’t carved out of a cornfield overnight.
Fletcher Place represents the area east of East Street, south of Louisiana Street, west of I-65/I-70 and north of I-70. Fletcher Place is historically significant because its residents made many contributions to the early development of architecture, religion, commerce, education, and social life in the city of Indianapolis. The structures that they built are evidence of this contribution. Fletcher Place derives its name from Calvin Fletcher, Sr. whose farm originally encompassed most of the land in the area.
Herron-Morton Place is a historic district in downtown Indianapolis, dedicated to restoration and renewal. At the beginning of the 20th century, the district directly north of 16th Street was one of Indianapolis’ most elegant residential neighborhoods. Morton Place, named for Indiana governor Oliver Morton, was home to many celebrated politicians, physicians, business leaders, and artists. Indiana artists T. C. Steele and William Forsythe founded their famed art school in 1888 in the same area. The school was reorganized in 1902, when John Herron bequeathed funds to build a new building and museum. The John Herron School of Art is the state’s premier art school.
In 2005 Herron School of Art and Design moved to IUPUI’s main campus and Herron High School was founded in the art school’s former facility as a fully accredited Indianapolis mayor-sponsored classical liberal arts college preparatory high school open to all students. Designated a 4 Star School by the IDOE, Herron High School is dedicated to providing a classical, liberal arts education for students in grades 9 through 12. Herron High School offers a college preparatory integrated curriculum and creative methodology. Herron’s classical education includes rigorous Latin, English, math and science classes as well as art and music in order to provide a truly unique high school experience. Close to 100 percent of Herron High School students graduate and 99% of graduates are accepted into college. Herron High School placement in Herron Morton reflects the school’s commitment to helping attract and retain families to live, learn and work in downtown
Center Township South of Downtown including: Fountain Square