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About Indianapolis

834,852 in city
2,064,870 in metro
949 km² (366 mi²)
218.544257498 m
One of the largest state capitals in the United States, Indianapolis is located in the center of Indiana, and is itself centered around Monument Circle, a neoclassical plaza with the 285-foot Soldiers & Sailors Monument. Founded in 1821, the city was designed by Alexander Ralston, an apprentice to Pierre L'Enfant during the planning of Washington, DC. His original plan called for a city of only one square mile, bordered by North, South, East, and West Streets, today's Mile Square. As part of the UNIGOV plan the City and most of Marion County merged in 1970, incorporating many previously suburban areas. Major revitalization of the city's core business district began in the 1970s, and the momentum of new development, redevelopment, and preservation continues unabated. Today the city has a diversified economy including biomedical research, insurance, real estate management and development, and manufacturing. In recent years, Indianapolis has cast a new image as a center for amateur sporting activity and hosts many national and international events each year. Indianapolis maintains active sister city relationships with Cologne, Germany, Monza, Italy, Piran, Slovenia, Taipei, Taiwan, and Scarborough, Canada, now incorporated into Greater Toronto.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
824 All Buildings
under construction

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Chase Tower 811 ft 1990
2 One American Square 533 ft 1982
3 Regions Tower 504 ft 1970
4 Market Tower 421 ft 1988
5 300 North Meridian 408 ft 1989

Other buildings

No. Type
10 Famous buildings
18 Buildings with construction images