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Carmel is one of the fastest growing communities in the state. Located on the North Side of Indianapolis in Hamilton County, Carmel is home to approximately 86,000 residents. The average median income is $107,000 and the average home price is $239,000. In 2012 CNN Money Magazine named Carmel the “Number 1 place to live in America” One signature attractin is the Arts & Design District which provides cultural and creative innovations.


Westfield, Indiana, is located 25 miles north of Indianapolis and has experienced significant growth with business and population. The recent Grand Park Sports Campus, Grand Junction Redevelopment Plan, and improved walkways and bike trails, have given Westfield a truly robust living experience. With approximately 30,000 residents, Westfield maintains a community experience while having larger city amenities.


Located 20 minutes Northwest of Indianapolis, Zionsville is a historically rich community. Zionsville is proud to have over 17 parks and facilities. In 2015 Zionsville was named by the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA community for their commitment to urban forestry.  Zionsville is home to approximately 26,000 residents with an average median household income of $107,000. The average median home price in Zionsville is $337,000.


On the Northeast side of Indianapolis, Fishers has a long cultural history, riding on explosive growth in population, business and diversity. Fishers has an estimated population of 78,000. Its downtown building boom has become a mainstay for incoming residents.


As the 14th largest city in the State of Indiana, Noblesville has a rich history with over 57,000 residents. From the beautiful downtown amenities to hosting Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville brings culture, diversity and a sense of small town appeal with large town attraction.


In the heart of Indiana lies Indianapolis, a culturally rich and diverse city. With neighborhoods like Bates-Hendricks, Garfield Park, Mass Ave, Cottage Home, Woodruff Place, Fountain Square, and many others, there is a home for anyone and everyone.