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Apartments in Indianapolis, IN

244 apartments and houses for rent in Indianapolis, IN

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City Guide for Apartments in Indianapolis

With six interstate highways crossing through Indianapolis, this central Indiana city is known as the “Crossroads of America.” Also known as “Indy,” the state capital is also home to the NBA team Indiana Pacers, and NFL team Indianapolis Colts. Entertainment is bountiful in Indianapolis, from the renowned children’s museum and the Indianapolis Zoo to the annual Indianapolis 500 NASCAR race, held at the Indianapolis Speedway. NASCAR fans will also enjoy the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, which features a robust motorsport collection.

In the southern region of the city, Garfield Park offers a peaceful respite from the bustle of downtown Indianapolis. In the summer, the park is host to a variety of concerts and events for the public. The Downtown Canal should also be on every Indy visitor’s bucket list. The three-mile waterway allows visitors to canoe, paddle, or kayak through the city. Foodies will find an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars to enjoy, including a swinging jazz club, brewpubs, City Market, and more.

Commuters will find an average commute time of 25 minutes – on par with the national average. If you’re a college student attending a school, like the University of Indianapolis or Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis, and looking for a cheap apartment for rent in Indianapolis, there are a variety of cheap, studio apartment complexes available close to campus.

Indianapolis boasts many unique neighborhoods, including 16 Tech, an up-and-coming downtown neighborhood known as the city’s technology district that offers one-of-a-kind apartments for rent. If you enjoy the amenities of downtown but want a quieter living area, take your apartment search to Bates-Hendricks, where architecturally beautiful houses form a more peaceful place to live. The area around Canal and White River State Park, a downtown neighborhood close to biking and other outdoor activities, is also home to some of Indianapolis’ best entertainment options.

Using our apartment guide, you’ll discover that most luxury apartments in Indianapolis are centered around downtown, close to business offices and luxury amenities. If you’re looking for a cheap apartment or a complex offering all bills paid, explore outside downtown and more east, in the Englewood and Tuxedo Park neighborhoods.

There are Indianapolis apartments all over the city, whether you’re looking to live near the speedway or away from the hustle and bustle in more suburban areas. Whether you’re looking for utilities includes or a pet-friendly complex, use our apartment finder to find the best ratings and reviews of Indianapolis apartments!

Average Apartment Rental Prices Nearby

Studio $899
1 Bedroom $1,045
2 Bedroom $1,168
3 Bedroom $1,137

Average rent on Backpage and Craigslist Indianapolis, Indiana: $1,080

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