Edna Balz Lacy Park

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Established in 1917 as "Greer Street Park", this park was rededicated in 1995 as the Edna Balz Lacy Family Park, honoring a notable local businesswoman. The 2 acre park is one of the jewels in the parks system, an ideal urban park catering to families with children, but also quiet enough to provide some respite from city life.

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Fletcher Place

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A designated Cultural District just southeast of downtown Indianapolis, hip Fletcher Place captures the essence of Indianapolis's evolving urban landscape. The neighborhood features tree-lined streets lined with beautifully restored Victorian-era homes, showcasing architectural diversity and character. In addition to its historic charm, this neighborhood is adjacent to trendy Fountain Square and boasts some of the city's most popular hot spots. Residents enjoy strolling along Virginia Avenue, the neighborhood's main thoroughfare, where eclectic restaurants, artisanal coffee shops, boutiques, and art galleries remain bustling day and night. Fletcher Place also enjoys easy access to downtown attractions, including Lucas Oil Stadium and Gainbridge Fieldhouse, making it a desirable destination for urban living with a neighborhood feel.

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