The Indianapolis downtown has been rated as one of the best in the country by Forbes Magazine. The number of shops, hotels, restaurants, movie theaters, parks, museums, galleries, and sports venues make the city a great place to live and work. According to the 2010, Indianapolis is the 13th largest city in the United States.
The growth of this capital of Indiana has been smart and contained. It has emerged as an ideal location for conventions and events. The Indianapolis 500 gets a lot of attention, the city hosted a Super Bowl in 2012, and the NCAA women’s and men’s basketball tournaments have come to the city. The residents of Indianapolis are modern, contemporary, and thriving in an economy that supports tourism, industry, government, finance, education, and healthcare.