In addition to the two new apartment buildings, CRG will rehabilitate the historic buildings already in place along 116th Street and incorporate the original architecture into this new neighborhood. By blending the old structures with the new, CRG along with their partners on the project Browning Investments of Indianapolis hope to present a modernized upgrade while honoring the city’s foundations.
The Nickel Plate Trail provides walking and biking opportunities, while the trail also connects to the Lantern Road – 131st Trail, providing access to Conner Prairie and Symphony on the Prairie. Numerous parks are nearby including Holland Park, Cheeney Creek Nature Park and Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve.
Many restaurants that are a short walk include Four Day Ray, Chatham Tap, Wild Ginger, Another Broken Egg and Thai Sushi House. Other restaurant offerings are also a short drive at the Fishers District Marketplace.
The area offers numerous free concerts and movies throughout the year at the amphitheater. On Saturdays in the summer, the amphitheater is also home to the Farmers Market.
Proximity to Employers
Several employers and co-working spaces in the Nickel Plate District include Launch Fishers, IoT Lab and Hub & Spoke Maker Space.
Coming from the north off 1-69, turn right onto 116th St and head towards the Nickel Plate District. Turn right onto Moore Street and you will see signs and banners for access for parking and our leasing trailer.
Coming from the south off 1-69 turn left onto 116th Street and head towards the Nickel Plate District. Turn right onto Moore Street and you will see signs and banners for access for parking and our leasing trailer.