In the farm belt of America, Indiana has several major cities such as Indianapolis and Fort Wayne plus numerous small manufacturing towns surrounded by large swaths of pasture and crop rows. It is well-known for its esteemed universities such as Notre Dame and Purdue, its professional sports teams, and renowned car races such as the Indy 500. It also features affordable housing and a good economy (CEO magazine ranked Indiana as the best state in the Midwest for doing business). Sounds like fertile territory for growing a practice.
Check out these exciting areas below or scroll down to view some golden opportunities in Indiana:
Situated on the Ohio River, Evansville is a great cultural and historical center in Illinois. Voted best place to live, work and play in 2008 by Kiplinger magazine, Evansville holds seven themed museums as well as a zoo and a botanical garden.
Also known as Indy, Indianapolis is the political and industrial hub of the state. Forbes recently named the city one of the best downtowns in the U.S., citing among other reasons the number of dining and shopping options. As for sports, the city offers many professional and amateur events.
Small cities or towns with family-friendly neighborhoods and local festivals make up most of this region. With one of the country’s best zoos in Fort Wayne, the University of Notre Dame in South Bend and the birthplace of America’s first car in Kokomo, the north-central area of Indiana has a variety of culture, history, recreation and sports for residents to enjoy.
A half-hour south of Lexington, this small yet growing city features a nice downtown with Victorian architecture, major retailers, numerous parks, a large aquatic center, and a performing arts center that hosts national artists and family events.
Terre Haute, from the French meaning “highland,” is located only an hour from Indianapolis, the state capital. With a very decent cost of living and many renowned higher education institutions, residents enjoy living in this center of local art and culture.