Indianapolis Local Guide


Introducing Indianapolis, Indiana

Welcome to the ApartmentHomeLiving local rental guide for Indianapolis, a well-reviewed place to call home, and a desirable part of IN. There are 315 submarkets in Indianapolis. Local residents in this town enjoy the amenities that are found here. People here pick Indianapolis, Indiana for many different motivations, amongst which are budget considerations, location, education and schools, and the life they have in this area. Our team has researched all these desires for choosing Indianapolis, IN. We are happy to present 1,289 multifamily communities available around this municipal area.

Lifestyle Ratings

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Getting Around Indianapolis

Rated by WalkScore as 'semi-car-dependent', this area is one where you will want to have a automobile available. You will see that this town has come together so that with the level of traffic and lack of walkable sidewalks and footpaths, you will need your own vehicle to get along well here

Schools in Indianapolis, IN

For parents with school-age children, make sure to find out what education opportunities serve the apartment communities you are shopping for. Many parents choose their rental home or apartment based on the learning and education resources zoned for that property address. School zoning is determined by local school boards through what are called 'attendance zones'.

For students in the 13-18 year-old range the highest-rated high school in this town is Arsenal Technical High School. Be sure to consider Center For Inquiry School 2, the highest-rated middle school in this town. Center For Inquiry School 2 has a GreatSchools Rating of 6/10. For grades K-5 consider Washington Irving School 14, the highest-rated elementary school in this area. Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis is in the area.

Indianapolis Points of Interest

Naval Avionics Center is found nearby. Benjamin Harrison House is close by. ZIP code 46202 can be found in this city.

Pet Friendly Apartments

Pet Friendly apartment complexes have been built here.

Indianapolis Rental Pricing

The average apartment rent in this municipal area costs $1,719. The average home rent in Indianapolis is $2,612. An apartment home in this city costs renters from $373 to $5,268. As an average rent for a studio apartment in this city is $1,243, and has a range from $550 to $5,268. A 1 bedroom apartment on average will cost you $1,376 and ranges from $373 to $3,658. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $1,634 and ranges from $447 to $3,855. Three bedroom apartments average $1,905 and range from $480 to $4,490. 4 bedroom (and larger) apartments average $1,783 and range from $553 to $3,700.

Low Income / Section 8 in Indianapolis

Low income multifamily communities are for rent. Low income apartment complexes provide low rental rates that are subsidized by local government and will have particular income restrictions and renter qualifications.

In addition to affordable housing, 'naturally-occuring affordable housing' (NOAH) apartment units for rent are available for rent. These are apartment units that do not have income restrictions, but are driven by natural market conditions and can be found at low cost.

US Population Rank for Indianapolis, IN -
Top 3 Local Schools in Indianapolis, IN - ApartmentHomeLiving.comSouthport Elementary SchoolFranklin Central High SchoolCenter for Inquiry School 84

Frequently Asked Questions about Indianapolis

How much are Studio apartments in Indianapolis?

The pricing for 142 Studio Apartments in Indianapolis currently ranges from $550 to $5,268 with an average price of $1,240.

What is the current price range for One Bedroom Indianapolis Apartments for rent?

Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Indianapolis ranges from $373 to $5,558 with an average monthly rent of $1,373.

What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Indianapolis cost?

The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Indianapolis range from $447 to $5,577. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $1,631.

How expensive are Indianapolis Three Bedroom Apartments?

There are currently 310 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Indianapolis on The pricing ranges from $480 to $7,881 - averaging $1,905 for the location.