Bates-Hendricks is known for its active neighborhood association, turn-of-the-century homes and unique buildings.
The Old Northside incorporates classic charm with an urban edge
to make it one of Downtown's most sought after addresses.
Residents have included leaders of Indianapolis' social, political
and commercial life and former U.S. President Benjamin Harrison.
This historic neighborhood also includes the Morris-Butler House
Museum with numerous cultural events occurring throughout the
year. Today the Old Northside is thriving with innovative
construction, quaint homes to elegant mansions and lush tree-
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Broad Ripple has a free-spirited vibe, with laid-back cafes, global eateries, lively brewpubs and happening clubs. Emerging and big-name acts play at storied music venue The Vogue, and indie shops sell records, handicrafts and vintage clothing. Broad Ripple Park has views of the White River, while the Monon Rail Trail, popular with joggers and cyclists, cuts through the area, linking to the Central Canal Towpath.