Live Indy East
We promise to create an economically diverse community by promoting housing redevelopment that embraces existing and new residents. We aim to accomplish this by recapturing vacant housing and developing new and affordable options.
Affordable Housing & Redevelopment
Existing Homeowners & Renters
Decrease transiency rate and resident turnover by addressing barriers to decent, safe, and affordable housing of existing renters and homeowners. Deferred maintenance, vacant and blighted properties, and problem rentals undermine community vitality and stability.
New Neighbor Cultivation
Increase homeownership, density & home values and lower vacancy rate, by creating diverse housing opportunities for new neighbors. A high percentage of vacant and blighted residential properties compel new housing and infill development opportunities.
Multi-Family Housing Opportunities
Increase the population density and level of specialty housing by developing multi-family housing options for families and individuals across the economic spectrum. This will in turn fuel other economic development.
View the full Live Indy East Promise Zone strategy
Are you interested in learning more about the strategy behind the Live Indy Promise and goals? You can access the full document or just view the specific Live Indy East goals and partners.
Live IndyEast Promise Zone Funding History
Over the past six years, the Live Indy East initiative has received almost $28M in funding to support the goals and initiatives on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis.
Amount Received for Live Indy East: $27,019,749
Live Indy East Map
The Live IndyEast map outlines the area’s assets and potential opportunities for residential living. Black and light pink rectangles show vacant parcels available for development. The map also shows transportation initiatives, like protected bike lanes, IndyGo bus routes, and the planned Blue Line on Washington Street.
Shaded areas mark residential neighborhood opportunities already in place, like Great Places 2020 in Englewood and Twin Aire, as well as the Near Eastside’s Quality of Life Plan.
Indianapolis Mayor, Joe Hogsett, names Martindale-Brightwood as a Lift Indy neighborhood, joining the Near North
Three years ago, the John Boner Neighborhood Center asked the Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School, “what