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Fletcher Place

Fletcher Place Historic District
Houses on Fletcher Avenue in the neighborhood
Location Indianapolis, Indiana
Built 1855
Architectural style Italianate, Other, Gothic Revival
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 82000061 [1]
Added to NRHP February 1, 1982

Fletcher Place is a historic district and neighborhood in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana.

The neighborhood is clearly defined by I-70/I-65 to the south. East Street defines the neighborhood to the west. The northern border of the neighborhood is South Street in some places, while it is Lord Street in others, Fletcher Avenue in some areas, and even Bates Street in a few other spots. The eastern border of the neighborhood is Virginia Avenue in some places, while it is I-65 in a few spots, and Calvary Street in a few areas.

Fletcher Place is surrounded by the Wholesale District to the north, Eli Lilly and Company to the west, Bates-Hendricks neighborhood to the south, and Fountain Square neighborhood to the east and southeast.

Fletcher Place is the home to a few of Indianapolis' keynote restaurants: The Milano Inn, The Bosphors, Nick Iaria's, Dunaway's, and Bluebeard. Additionally, Eli Lilly and Company and Anthem have their world headquarters bordering Fletcher Place, making it a magnet neighborhood for Indianapolis' health-care industry professionals.

References

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places.  

External links

  • Fletcher Place Neighborhood Association
  • The City of Indianapolis's historic preservation plan for Fletcher Place


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