Old Northside (Indianapolis, IN)
By Chanda Barrick, in referral
(Keller Williams Indy Metro Northeast)
The Old Northside of Indianapolis Indianapolis is fast becoming a city that can compete with the likes of other cities like Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, etc....While we've made great strides to attract the latest and greatest life sciences initiatives, attract better paying jobs, place a greater emphasis on the arts, and all around become a better city, we had to start somewhere, right? The Old Northside was once home to the very affluent residents of Indianapolis.  The Old Northside was home to the likes of many people of importance such as Benjamin Harrison, Lyman S. Ayers (started L. S. Ayer's department store), Ovid Butler (Founder of Butler University), Booth Tarkington (author and playwright),  among other affluent government officials, entrepreneurs, architects, and religious...
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By Dave Piccolo
(CENTURY 21 Scheetz)
In today's market, it is so important to have a real estate professional looking out for your best interest.  As a buyer, working with an agent is FREE!!  Yes, that is right, free.  You do not pay any commissions, the seller does.  So why not have a real estate professional looking out for you.  We are experts at Indiana real estate law, we know what fair market value is for a home, we know how to negotiate for the best price for you, we know what to look for in an inspection and we assist you through the closing process.  To find the best agent, go on the internet and see who has more listings in the market area you are looking for.  Try realtor.com!  Agents who have alot of listings in the area you are looking in, also know the market, what's for sale and what is fair market value.  A...
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By Cynthia Sloop
(Community Association Manager)
The Old Northside Neighborhood is another wonderful historic area of Indianapolis. Located between N. Meridian Road and N. College Road and 10th Street and 16th Street.  The northward movement from the downtown area of Indianapolis, started as early as 1840.  After the Civil War is when the Northside of Indianapolis saw substantial development.This neighborhood reached it's peak around 1914.  Home to many of the principal leaders of Indianapolis" social, political, commercial and industrial life, as well as the location of leading religious and educational institutions. Things began to slow down and decline for this area after World War I.  The large homes were often divided into small apartments.  Like many of the large-city older areas, by the mid 1970s, many of original homes were i...
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