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At H•E Homes, we’ve been building high-quality homes in downtown Indianapolis for almost a decade.

A lot has changed in that time and we’ve witnessed exciting growth and development happening throughout the city. Whether you are looking for a first home or a forever home, families are flocking to the area and making the most of opportunities to join elegant, historic hideaways in the heart of Indianapolis, not far removed from thriving social scenes but also not overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of city life.

We take pride in playing our small part in downtown Indy’s housing boom and real estate revitalization. We’ve built across some of the area’s most desirable and up-and-coming neighborhoods, but now we want to create something more. It’s our goal to foster a true community spirit that residents can be proud to be a part of.

And we’ve found just the place to do it: Cornerstone on Central.

At the corner of Central Avenue and 20th Street, we’re planning 7 artful residences with low-maintenance living for a relaxing lifestyle and close-knit feel we’re excited to share with the new homeowners. The highly desirable Herron-Morton Place neighborhood is elegant, historic and rich in tradition, with opportunities for new construction few and far between.

Just look at everything the area has to offer:

  • You’ll be near award-winning schools, including Herron High School, The Oaks Academy and Center for Inquiry School 27. Even families without children can appreciate the value that proximity to strong schools can add to the community.
  •  Looking for a nearby drink or bite to eat? You won’t go hungry as there is something for everyone just a short walk from home. Check out some of the new and popular eateries, bars, trendy hotspots and long-time mainstays that can serve any appetite:
  • Want to follow up dinner and drinks with an artistic evening out? Make it a date at The Harrison Center, which infuses art and cultural development into the community through exhibits, open studio gallery nights, concerts and more, or catch a show just blocks from home at Footlite Musicals. The volunteer theater brings the best of Broadway to the Circle City with about five productions per year in addition to hosting other fine arts and community events.
  • Looking to get outdoors? From Cornerstone on Central, you’re just a short walk from both Martin Luther King Memorial Park and Herron-Morton Place Park, which hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year including an annual Oktoberfest, “Rock ‘n Romp” outdoor concert and block party and much more. Not too much farther are JTV Hill Park, Shawn Grove Park and Frank & Judy O’Bannon Soccer Park — a 17-acre greenspace that hosts youth soccer leagues and serves as a trailhead point for the city’s expansive Monon Trail.

The Talbot Street Art Fair, hosted between 16th and 20th on Talbot Street every summer since 1956, is the oldest art fair in Central Indiana and is consistently recognized as one of the top art shows in the United States. More than 60,000 people attend over the course of the weekend each year to view and purchase artwork from more than 250 artists.

U.S. News & World Report has Indy at No. 38 in its Best Places to Live rankings thanks in large part to offering residents so much to do in an easily walkable and accessible city.

The nearby Herron-Morton Place provides a great place to live on its neighborhood scale, with Cornerstone on Central providing an opportunity to open this incredible area to families looking for the perfect place to call home in downtown Indianapolis.

Sound like a lifestyle you’re interested in making your own? We can’t wait to get started building for 2020 move-ins. Learn more about the available options, all-inclusive pricing and other details destined to make your journey with H•E Homes at Cornerstone on Central an exciting adventure you’ll cherish for years to come.