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Make the Move to Be Part of a Thriving Tech Ecosystem

Indy has emerged as a thriving city and booming tech hub, where start-ups, scale-up, and big tech companies are leading the charge. We're a rare "sweet spot" where a person can have their pick of big-time tech careers, and find desirable housing that doesn't break the budget in a city where you can make an impact. We're stepping out of "hidden gem" status. Tons of great tech and tech-enabled companies call Indy home; maybe you should be here too?


INDIANAPOLIS HAS BIG COMPANIES, START-UPS, AND REMOTE WORK OPTIONS

Are you living outside Indiana with 2-20 years of in-demand tech industry skills like: engineering, data science, product management, IT, cybersecurity, design, sales, marketing, finance, HR? There’s likely a home for you!

Want a big company making major impacts at a global scale?

Salesforce - adding 800 jobs in Indy's Salesforce Tower; 2nd largest location & HQ of Marketing Cloud

Eli Lilly - using data science & tech to cure disease, Fortune #123

Cummins - building $35M, 500-person Digital & Information Technology Hub

Infosys - picks Indy for first & largest North American hub; hiring 3,000

Angie’s List - bringing the $400 billion home services market to the web

Genesys - Bay Area company makes Indy their largest global site

Anthem - expanding in Indy, doing $20 million HQ renovation

Want a fast-paced start-up or scale-up chasing big opportunities?

Springbuk - raised $20 million Series B, attracting talent from around the country

High Alpha - raised $100 million to start and invest in new tech startups

Zylo - raised $9 Million Series A from top VCs

Viral Launch - won Scale-up of the Year award

Scale Computing - landed $35 million investment and partnership with Lenovo

Springbuk - raised $20 million Series B, attracting talent from around the country

High Alpha - raised $100 million to start and invest in new tech startups

Zylo - raised $9 Million Series A from top VCs

Viral Launch - won Scale-up of the Year award

Scale Computing - landed $35 million investment and partnership with Lenovo

Want to work remotely from Indy? That’s common and a range of co-working spaces and meetups make it easier.

The Union 525

Industrious

Launch Fishers

Speak Easy

Coworking Passport

Powderkeg

HERE’S WHAT YOUR LIFE COULD BE LIKE IN INDY

Are you a doer or a changemaker in tech looking to move to a city you can call home? Indy is built to help you go from big idea to big impact--fast! Here, we are focused on collaboration and forward-thinking, with an ecosystem that supports growth. We aren't just talking about the tech sector; Indy's culture is growing on every front: from arts and entertainment to a vibrant food scene, engaged communities, and everything in between.

Tech Start-Up
Why I Choose Indy

Joshua Driver

Meet Joshua. He’s the CEO of Selfless.ly, a certified B-Corp and Indy start-up that connects businesses with nonprofits, residents with communities, and causes with commerce.

Tech Enabled Company

Shelly Towns

Meet Shelly. She’s the Chief Administrative Officer of OurHealth, an Indy-based company that provides convenient access to quality healthcare to improve the overall wellness and lower health-related costs for clients and their employees.

Large Tech Company

Pehkeong Teh

Meet Peh. He’s the Vice President of Salesforce Marketing Cloud, the digital marketing automation and analytics software arm of global tech powerhouse Salesforce that started life in Indy as ExactTarget.

CHOOSE YOUR OPTIONS TO PICTURE LIVING IN INDY

Select your desired neighborhood and price point to see what housing options Indianapolis has to offer, you and your family.

Neighborhood: Downtown Midtown Suburban
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Neighborhood: Downtown

Home to the oldest city park in Indianapolis, Garfield Park is a family-friendly neighborhood that’s currently experiencing a renaissance of growth and investment. Located on the city’s southeast side, Garfield Park is halfway between Fountain Square (to the north) and the University of Indianapolis (to the south), both are easily reached on the new IndyGo Red Line. Anchored by Big Car Collaborative’s new headquarters, The Tube Factory Artspace, Garfield Park has become thriving place for artists and creative types. As a result, new energy and vision has breathed new life into this historic neighborhood.

Price Point: $

Housing data provided by the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of REALTORS (MIBOR)


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Neighborhood: Downtown

Nestled just north of the Mile Square, St. Joseph is a historic neighborhood with a unique blend of classical architecture for both residential and business developments. Diverse with housing options: cottage homes dating back to the Civil War, townhomes, row houses, apartments and flats, St. Joseph sits adjacent to the Mass Ave cultural district and Lockerbie Square, within easy walking distance of local coffee shops, restaurants and bars. The neighborhood is anchored by engaged residents and a strong sense of place and community. For the active outdoor type, the Cultural Trail and the Monon Trail are both within walking distance – great for walking, jogging or cycling.

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Neighborhood: Downtown

Though development in the area dates to the Civil War era, Herron-Morton became one of Indianapolis’ most desired neighborhoods at the turn of the 20 th century; a preferred location for many lawyers, doctors and politicians. With the Great Depression, many of the large single-family homes were transformed into multi-family housing. Later, due to the post-war housing boom and suburbanization, the Herron-Morton area experienced periods of neglect. Since the mid 2000’s, however, significant reinvestment has occurred making it once again one of Indy’s most desired neighborhoods. Coffee shops, restaurants, the Monon Trail and nationally recognized Herron High School are all within a short walk.

Price Point: $$$

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Neighborhood: Midtown

Historic Mapleton-Fall Creek, one of Indianapolis’s original suburban neighborhoods, developed around the turn of the century and grew rapidly until the Great Depression. Today it’s still known for its strong community, diverse housing stock, and prominent architecture. Recent investments have brought many new amenities to this history rich neighborhood where beautifully renovated Tudor and Colonial revivals still stand on many streets. Shortridge High School, the city’s oldest high school, offers an International Baccalaureate program. The Indianapolis Children’s Museum, the largest children’s museum in the world, is a community anchor. The Fall Creek Trail connects into the Monon Trail and the new bus rapid transit IndyGo Red Line runs right down Meridian Street.

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Neighborhood: Midtown

Broad Ripple Village is one of Indy’s six cultural districts and has traditionally been one of Indy’s most socially, ethnically and economically diverse neighborhoods. Long known for the pre-WW2 bungalow style homes, the area has also seen many recent mixed-used developments. The Monon Trail runs right through the heart of the village and Broad Ripple Avenue is lined with dozens of restaurants, bars, art/music venues and retail establishments. With Butler University within walking distance on the Canal Towpath, Broad Ripple has been a center of activity. The Village features a 62-acre municipal park (which is undergoing a major investment/upgrade) as well as a popular dog park, and lastly it is currently home to Purdue Polytechnic High School’s second campus.

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Neighborhood: Midtown

Meridian-Kessler may be one of the Indianapolis’s most famous neighborhoods. For decades the neighborhood boasted the most prestigious addresses in the city. Although known for the many stately mansions that line Meridian Street, including the Governor’s, Meridian-Kessler is a diverse community that also offers many architecturally unique homes. Located four miles north of downtown, Meridian-Kessler anchors the Midtown region along with Butler-Tarkington and Broad Ripple. Bordered by Meridian Street to the west and the Monon Trail to the east, the neighborhood provides easy access to restaurants, shops, bars and easy access to the IndyGo Red Line.

Price Point: $$$

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Neighborhood: Suburban

Plainfield is a community in eastern Hendricks County located near the Indianapolis International Airport. The town offers an authentic main street, numerous parks, a robust trail system and a world-class Aquatic Center. Top-rated schools, proximity to Indianapolis and quality amenities have made Plainfield an attractive place to live.

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Neighborhood: Suburban

Much like the Herron-Morton of the past, Carmel became the place for lawyers, doctors and executives and saw tremendous population growth from through the 1990’s and 2000’s. With a focus on architecture and design, Carmel has served as a model of new-urbanism with a focus on downtown mixed-used, walkable/bike-friendly development. The Monon Trail connects Carmel with Broad Ripple and Downtown Indy to the south and Westfield and Sheridan to the north. With on focus on arts and culture, in 2011, the city built The Center for the Performing Arts, a campus with three world-class performing arts venues: The Palladium, the Tarkington and the Studio Theater.

Price Point: $$

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Neighborhood: Suburban

Located on the southeast corner of Boone County, just west of Carmel, Zionsville offers a variety of living options from its village style town center, to sprawling country estates to traditional suburban neighborhoods. Traditionally known for its nationally recognized public schools, Zionsville is rapidly becoming a foodie destination. Even amidst recent growth, Zionsville continues to be recognized as one of the best places to live.

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FROM THE LARGEST SINGLE-DAY SPORTING EVENT IN THE WORLD TO THE LARGEST CHILDREN’S MUSEUM IN THE WORLD, INDY HAS BIG SURPRISES AROUND EVERY TURN

GIVE US A WEEKEND AND WE’LL ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET FOR YOU

We know contemplating a move can be daunting, but tech community nonprofit TechPoint in partnership with TMap, have banded together to help make it easier—by providing a red carpet experience!

We’ll start by connecting you to potential employers and then select 25 individuals (with a +1) to visit Indy for an awesome, three-day experience, April 17-19.

  • We’ll introduce you to Indy's top business leaders—such as CumminsGenesys, High Alpha, Purdue University, Raytheon, and other great tech and tech-enabled companies.
  • We’ll share the best of Indy; from looks at neighborhoods, housing, schools, food and lifestyle amenities, to visits with tech and civic leaders.
  • We’ll even make hiring company introductions in advance, to ensure you walk away from the weekend picturing yourself in Indy, complete with a job offer at a thriving tech or tech-enabled company.

Still have questions, please reach out or check out our FAQs for more details. We’re proud of this place and we look forward to sharing it with you!

Applications are now open! Applicants who apply early will be considered for the spring cohort, and the opportunity to attend Mira, the Oscars for tech in Indiana.

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Still, have questions? Contact us for more details or to be connected to a member of our team.