Whether they include big or small homes sitting on narrow streets or expansive boulevards, our historic neighborhoods encompass an assortment of housing styles from various periods in the city's development. There is no question - historic neighborhoods contribute to the architectural and social fabric from which Indianapolis was born. These historic districts give us cause to celebrate our heritage through their unique and distinct contributions to the Indianapolis landscape.

So if you’re looking for American Foursquare, Craftsman/bungalow, Queen Anne, Italianate, French Eclectic, Victorian, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, Turn of the Century Cottages or even 1950’s Ranch style homes, you’ll find them within Indianapolis’ historic neighborhoods. Historic neighborhoods are all around Indianapolis’ central urban core as well as towards the Marion County county line.

Requirements for HUNI Membership

  • An active neighborhood association of at least 11 families
  • A portion of the existing buildings are considered historic and thus eligible for IHPC or National Register status
  • A desire to belong to HUNI

The Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis