From an economic standpoint, Indianapolis has substantial advantages. The city has respectable economic diversity, with finance, health care and education being the top contributing industries. Its gross metro product is around $100.1 B, with a median household income of $53,125. Unemployment is only around 5 percent. In terms of cost of living, Indianapolis is at 6.7 percent below the national average.
Tourism is also a major part of Indianapolis. Indy has tons of museums and art galleries that are perfect for family adventures. Some of these attractions include the Children’s Museum, White River State Park, Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Dallara IndyCar Factory, NCAA Hall of Champions and many more. The city also hosts numerous events like the NCAA Basketball Tournaments, the Indy 500, the Brickyard 400. Looking for more? If you’re a sports fan, you can also check out Bankers Life Fieldhouse and cheer on the Indiana Pacer’s or the Colts at Lucas Oil stadium!
If you are interested in living in Indy, there are multiple Indianapolis luxury apartments for rent. Renting an apartment can be a good idea if you want to get a feel of the city before deciding to make it your permanent home. You can cruise around the city and get to know the area but have the convenience of knowing you are not totally locked down. This will allow you to gauge how much you would enjoy the city’s offerings and how your lifestyle can fit in. As an added bonus, Becovic Management Group is a growing property management company, and we can help you find your next apartment home!
Visit our website to hear about our many apartment communities and find the perfect fit for you!
(Indianapolis, IN, Forbes, undated)
(Top Indianapolis Family Attractions, Visit Indy, undated)