The Turnverein

Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, history and elegance come together at The Turnverein Apartments.  Originally constructed in 1914 as The Independent Turnverein, this historic building was originally a German Athletic Club.  During a 1980 renovation, a center atrium was added and the original ball room, natatorium, and gymnasium were turned into a full sized penthouse and 50 apartments. Many of these apartments still boast original stained glass windows and walnut woodwork. The Turnverein was added to the National Register of Historic places in 1983 and stands out as one of Indianapolis' finest addresses.
  902 North Meridian Street  
  (317) 972-4100

Property Attributes:

1 to 2 bedrooms available
1.0 to 2.0 bathrooms available
Rent Range : $825.00 to $1,790.00
Facility Address / Phone Amenities
Gateway Plaza Lots 950 North Meridian Street
Scottish Rite West Lot 650 North Meridian Street
Central Christian Church North Lot 751 North Delaware Street
Antelope Club Lot 602 North Delaware Street
601/611 North Delaware Lot 601 North Delaware Street
500 North Illinois Garage 502 North Illinois Street
9 on Canal Garage 335 West 9th Street Accepts CC
Axis Parking Garage 215 W Michigan St
IU Health Laboratory Lot 350 West 11th Street
EZ Park Lot 535 535 North Senate Avenue
Attraction Address Phone
Indianapolis Artsgarden 924 North Pennsylvania Street (317) 624-2563
Gallery 924 at the Arts Council 924 North Pennsylvania Street (317) 631-3301
American Legion Mall 500 - 600 North Meridian Street (317) 232-7615
Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick 132 West Walnut Street (317) 653-1947
Pacers Bikeshare 835 North Capitol Avenue (317) 653-1948
World War II Memorial American Legion Mall (317) 232-7615
Vietnam and Korean Wars Memorial American Legion Mall (317) 232-7615
Tyndall-Moorhead Armory 711 North Pennslyvania Street (317) 390-2600
Scottish Rite Center for the Performing Arts 650 N. Meridian St. (317) 262-3120
Scottish Rite Cathedral 650 North Meridian Street (317) 262-3100
Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery 212 West 10th Street (317) 503-6420