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Herron-Morton Place is a historic district in downtown Indianapolis, dedicated to restoration and renewal. At the beginning of the 20th century, the district directly north of 16th Street was one of Indianapolis’ most elegant residential neighborhoods. Morton Place, named for Indiana governor Oliver Morton, was home to many celebrated politicians, physicians, business leaders, and artists. Indiana artists T. C. Steele and William Forsythe founded their famed art school in 1888 in the same area. The school was reorganized in 1902, when John Herron bequeathed funds to build a new building and museum. The John Herron School of Art is the state’s premier art school... Read More
Mill #9 Phase 1
Mill No. 9 Phase II, is located just south of Mill Number 9 Phase I, was also once part of the Real Silk Hosiery Mill complex. Just a few feet away from the thriving cultural arts and entertainment district that continues to blossom along Massachusetts Ave.
This industrial loft condominium conversion features 40 homes that boast 15 ft. ceilings, original exposed heavy timber beams, and enormous windows.
Most, 2 bedroom units, but not all, have 1 inside garage parking space and 1 surface space in the lot east of college and north of the building. Typically 1 bedroom units have 1 outside space in the college lot.
Both buildings include exposed duct-work, high ceilings and upgraded kitchens with granite in most units and Stainless Steel appliances. Both phases also have walls of windows. Some units have amazing skyline views , other have a view of the surrounding city and some homes look down on the common area courtyard.
Phase 1 and Phase 2 share a private courtyard with firepit & gas grill and the rooftop deck on top of the North building (Phase 1)