Indiana Avenue and Ransom Place
The Indiana Avenue Cultural District stretches from the Canal to the White River and showcases Indianapolis' rich African-American heritage. Ransom Place was the first African-American neighborhood to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Indiana. This diagonal gateway to Downtown is home to the IUPUI campus, the city's life sciences initiative, a collection of major medical campuses and many residences. In the neighborhoods you'll find diverse residents, from Indy pioneers to medical and law students. Residents relish the nearby Cultural Trail, Canal and multiple dining & shopping choices.
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