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Indianapolis, located in the state of Indiana in the midwest of the United States, and serves as the state's capital city, as well as the the county seat of Marion County. Indianapolis is the most populous city in the state, with approximately 845,000 residents. The city is the 13th largest in the U.S. and the 29th largest metropolitan area as well. The city of Indianapolis boasts a diverse economy with key industries being education, health care, finance, sports, and tourism. Its known for hosting some of the most highly-attended racing events in the country which include the annual Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, and NHRA U.S. Nationals. It is also home to the Men's and Women's NCAA basketball tournaments.

Indianapolis Real Estate

The median listing price in the city is $115,980, while the median sale price for homes in Indianapolis about $112,000. The most active communities are Irvington, Devington, Pine Ridge Estates, Herrin-Morton, Fountain Square. Other popular neighborhoods in the city of Indianapolis are: The Village of Orchard Park, Grand View, Acres$292, Highland-Kessler, West Side, and Meridian-Kessler.


By far, ranch style homes and craftsman styles properties are the most ubiquitous in the city of Indianapolis. However, there are a number of other architectural styles and floor plans, such as condos, townhomes, and more.


The city of Indianapolis lies within a humid continental climate, which means summers are warm and humid, while winters are cold and damp. Daytime highs during the summer months are in the upper seventies, reaching up to the nineties occasionally and overnight lows reach into the sixties and fifties. Winters see daytime highs in the mid to high twenties, and overnight lows falling to near freezing or below. Spring is the most pleasant season of the year and most of the rain falls between March and August, with the most snowfall occurring during the winter months of December and January.


The city of Indianapolis has a diverse population: 61.8 percent are white, 27.5 percent black, Hispanic or Latino community is 9.4 percent, 2.1 percent Asian, and 5.5 percent as other. The remaining 2.8 percent of the population are multiracial, and 0.3 percent American Indian.

Main Attractions

The city of Indianapolis has many attractions, with the most popular being: the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Victory Field, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indiana War Memorial, Eagle Creek Park, Hinkle Fieldhouse, Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum - Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Central Canal, and the Indianapolis Zoo.


The majority of the city's residents commute via private passenger vehicle, and public transportation is provided by IndyGo, or the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation. The city's major airport is the Indianapolis International Airport.


The gross domestic product of the Indianapolis-Carmel metropolitan area, or GDP, is about $116,094 million, with the largest sectors being: manufacturing, healthcare and social services, and retail trade. Other industries contributing to the city's economy are: wholesale trade; administrative, support, and waste management; professional, scientific, and technical services; and transportation and warehousing.