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Established in the heart of Indianapolis, near downtown, the Monon Trail, and major thoroughfares: I-65 /I-70, Keystone, and Massachusetts Avenue, provides Martindale-Brightwood with easy access to a myriad of community assets. Our many parks, quality educational institutions, like KIPP Indy, Martin University, and Ivy Tech, and low cost of living areas with key connections are only some of the reasons residents and businesses migrate here to live, thrive, and call Martindale-Brightwood home. As a developing neighborhood with inner-city access and growing opportunities, we offer a small family-connected feeling within a close-knit community.

Why Martindale Brightwood?

15 minutes from high traffic areas like Keystone, E 38th, I-70, and Fall Creek

15 minutes from Major Employers like IvyTech and IU Health

15 minutes from downtown shopping centers & other community amenities

15 minutes from High Quality Schools, like Edna Martin Christian Center, KIPP Indy, and Martin University

Listings

Take a look at available homes in our neighborhood

Contact Our Real Estate Partners

Courtney A. Goodwyn

Real Estate Advisor
SNYDER STRATEGY Realty, Inc.
Phone: (317) 908-2071
Email:Courtney@snyderstrategy.net

Carpenter Sisters

Shannon McGibboney & Sabrina Hardimon-Collins

Real Estate Broker
The Sister Team
Phone: (317) 496-2035 / (317) 496-4193
Email: thesisterteam@thesisterteam.org

Curtis Gregory

Curtis Gregory

Home Inspector/HUD 203K Consultant
Gregory Home Inspections Inc. 
Phone: (317) 514-6939
Email:
ccgregory1@gmail.com

Development Projects

Comprehensive Plan

Comprehensive Plan

MBCDC’s Rural Street Comprehensive Development Project is a part of the Martindale Brightwood Education Zone (MBEZ) and Housing Village priority. Goal: To ensure the increase and preservation of affordable housing in the area, our plans include building new affordable housing units on vacant lots, expanding an existing community garden to include a learning pocket park, and providing significant repairs and upgrades to the current housing stock on the block. Focus: The project is focused on rebuilding without displacement of current residents so that families can reside in safe and quality affordable housing while engaging in community-building activities with new neighbors. There is a need for a maintenance and sustainability plan to be put in place, not just a few bandages.

Heritage Community Garden

Heritage Community Garden

Developments for this garden and pocket park include landscaping, adding seating and pathways for outdoor classes and partnering with HealthNet and other resource providers to deliver a variety of workshops for residents. Plans include creating safe and accessibility structures, like ramps, produce and flower bed and lighting making this greenspace a welcoming place for outdoor serenity. Along with the garden and socially distance seating, this project offers classes on nutrition, mental & physical health, COVID Recovery awareness and financial literacy programs. This space will be the only open recreational space within a half-mile radius. This makes it suitable for the elderly and children who would not walk that far to access other parks. Small businesses will also benefit from selling their produce, arts, and crafts at the park.

History of Martindale Brightwood

Northeast neighborhood bounded by 30th Street, 21st Street/Massachusetts Avenue/10th Street, Sherman Drive, and the Monon Trail, the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood encompasses two previously independent settlements.

History of Martindale Brightwood

Northeast neighborhood bounded by 30th Street, 21st Street/Massachusetts Avenue/10th Street, Sherman Drive, and the Monon Trail, the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood encompasses two previously independent settlements.

Home Buyer Education

Home buyer Education (HBE) covers all relevant topics for first-time home buyers and anyone who simply wants to improve their home buying skills.

This HUD-approved class covers topics for first-time homebuyers and anyone who wishes to brush up on their home buying skills.