Welcome to Renaissance Place




Renaissance Place is an established community in the center of Indianapolis. Renaissance Place was a major catalyst in the redevelopment of downtown Indianapolis residential housing. A hallmark in urban Indianapolis living - Renaissance Place marked the first time Center Township residential building permits had been issues since the late 1940's. Developer Robert Borns sold out 120 condominium homes in a day and a half; the first completed residences were delivered to their owners in 1982. Located in an area immediately east of the Riley Towers and north of the Murat Shrine, Renaissance Place is ideally situated between Alabama Street on the western perimeter, East Street at the eastern edge, Walnut Street to the south, and Arch Street at the north. Renaissance Place is convenient to the Mass Avenue Arts District, fine dining, Circle Center Mall, theater, IndyFringe, the new Cultural Trail, the Monon Trail linear park, the IUPUI campus, and fine grocery and service vendors.


Our annual meeting is typically held the third or fourth Monday each April. The current location is the School for Inquiry, Benjamin Harrison IPS #2, 725 North New Jersey St.


Please check back often, as we make frequent updates of neighborhood and community events.