The largest city in Indiana and its state capital is located in the center of the state on the White River. Settled in 1820, "Indy" was incorporated as a city in 1832 and saw tremendous growth with the advent of railroads in the 1840s and the automobile industry at the turn of the century. Today, Indianapolis is the twelfth-largest city in the United States, with a steadily-growing population of around 830,000 with a metro near 2 million people with a strong, diverse economy supported by manufacturing, agriculture and the service industries. Leading employers in the area include electronics, pharmaceuticals, publishing, food processing and insurance companies including a variety of Fortune 500 companies. Indianapolis also has one of the busiest convention centers in the country.
There's always something going on at night downtown; another popular area about a mile away is Fountain Square, a renovated factory loaded with shops, restaurants, bowling alleys and a theatre. Indianapolis ranks among the cleanest, safest, most affordable and easiest-to-get-to cities, making it easy to get-to-know.
Fortune 500 Companies: WellPoint, Eli Lilly, Cummins, Brightpoint
Major Employers: Brightpoint, Simon Property Group, Calumet Specialty Products, Eli Lilly, Rolls-Royce Corp, Roche Diagnostics Corp, St Vincent Hospital and Health
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