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102 Apartments for rent in Downtown Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN

Last updated April 4 at 11:14am
1 Unit Available
1319 S Senate Avenue
1319 South Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
2 Bedrooms
960 sqft
2 Bedroom Town Home Close to Downtown Indy - Beautiful 2BR/1BA 960 Sq ft.
Last updated May 24 at 08:53pm
1 Unit Available
1505 South Alabama Street
1505 South Alabama Street, Indianapolis, IN
2 Bedrooms
1718 sqft
Amazing opportunity with this two bedroom luxury townhome with custom designer finishes.
Last updated May 24 at 08:53pm
1 Unit Available
2724 North Talbott Street
2724 North Talbott Street, Indianapolis, IN
2 Bedrooms
1400 sqft
A Charming Fully Renovated Home featuring 2 bedroom, 1 bath home, with living and dinning room, open concept, close to downtown, 1 block east of Meridian. Additional pet fees may apply, renters insurance is required.
Last updated May 24 at 08:53pm
1 Unit Available
2162 North Meridian Street
2162 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN
Enormously popular midtown location for this ground floor move-in-ready office suite. Suite B features 1,257 square feet, a large reception area, three spacious offices and a separate conference room. Custom woodwork throughout.
Last updated May 24 at 08:53pm
1 Unit Available
1507 South Alabama Street
1507 S Alabama St, Indianapolis, IN
2 Bedrooms
1718 sqft
Amazing opportunity with this two bedroom luxury townhome with custom designer finishes.
Last updated July 19 at 09:12am
1 Unit Available
1317 S. Senate Ave.
1317 South Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
2 Bedrooms
960 sqft
2 bed 1 bath completely rehabbed in a great location. - Come see this nicely updated 2 bedroom 1 bath townhome located close to many features including downtown and Lucas Oil stadium. To view home register at www.rently.com.
Downtown Indianapolis
Neighborhood Guide
Neighborhood overview

Downtown Indianapolis has six exciting cultural districts all easily accessed by foot or bike. A day that starts with an urban hike to a local market might end with a brewery tour and a night at the symphony. No two days will be alike when you’re exploring and living in downtown Indianapolis.


  • Walkable
  • I-65
  • I-70
  • IndyGo Bus Stops
  • Bikeshare stations


  • Young professionals
  • Singles


  • Lucas Oil Stadium
  • Bankers Life Fieldhouse
  • Indianapolis Cultural Trail
  • Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Close to:

  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Indianapolis Zoo
  • White River State Park
  • Monon Trail

Downtown Indianapolis in three words: growth, energy, culture

Living in Downtown Indianapolis

Downtown Indianapolis has long been a popular destination for major sporting events, capitol tours, and big businesses. But downtown is now a thriving entertainment district and a hot new choice for residents. Downtown Indy is now a unique mix of big-ticket events, an established arts scene, and local dining and nightlife. Improved public transportation and new residential construction are tying it all together.

Things to do in Downtown Indianapolis

You can get a taste of all of downtown’s cultural offerings by exploring the newly constructed Indianapolis Cultural Trail, which links downtown’s six unique cultural districts. This 8-mile urban trail is bike and pedestrian friendly. The trail is more than just newly paved sidewalk; it’s landscaped with eco-friendly planters for added green space and features 10 public art displays. With dozens of bikeshare stations at different points along the trail, it’s simple for residents and visitors to take in all that downtown Indy has to offer.

Hop off the trail at Georgia Street, just across from the Indiana Convention Center, and you can check out the bustling Georgia Street Boardwalk. It’s only three blocks long, but there’s always something going on. Grab an outdoor table at one of the restaurants or bars lining the street, or swing by on a Friday for Food Truck Friday. Each week, a different group of food trucks sets up on the boardwalk, creating a great spot for downtown workers and residents to celebrate the start of the weekend! The boardwalk ends at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, making it the perfect place to grab a drink before a Pacers or Fever basketball game. Biking to one of the three different weekly farmer’s markets located in downtown Indy is also a great option. For a peaceful afternoon, head to the Canal district on the northwest side of downtown.

Renting in Downtown Indianapolis

The different cultural districts have led to a good variety of options for those renting apartments in downtown Indianapolis. If entertainment is your top priority, the Wholesale District in the heart of downtown offers trendy lofts and apartments that are walking distance to major sporting events, concert venues, and shopping. If you want downtown access but in a more relaxing atmosphere, check out the new apartments along the canal. The luxury canal area apartments offer breathtaking views of the canal, downtown, and White River State Park. Indianapolis renters seeking the best access to the rest of the city might consider Market East, downtown’s newest cultural district. Market East is home to the downtown Bike Hub and the brand new Downtown Transit Center. Market East has a variety of high-rise and midrise apartments with easy access to Mass Ave, the Indianapolis City Market, and Georgia Street. If you’re up for a chilly day of apartment hunting, you can find lower rents in fall and winter.

While many downtown commuters might fall into a workday rut, actually living in downtown means that each day can be exciting and different. Whether you’re trying a new brewery, exploring a new neighborhood, or attending a block party, downtown life is always evolving. With hundreds of apartments to choose from, come join the other young professionals who are thriving on downtown Indianapolis’ electric atmosphere.

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