CARMEL

Carmel, Indiana is a fast-growing suburban city just north of Indianapolis. Home to approximately 86,000 residents, Carmel offers big city amenities with small town charm. Known for its highly educated and affluent people, Carmel households have average median income levels of $107,505, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Offering top schools, low taxes, safe neighborhoods, great shopping, and quality dining, Carmel has emerged as one of the best places to live in the United States. In 2014, CNN Money Magazine named Carmel the No. 3 place to live in America for cities with populations ranging from 50,000 to 300,000.

Carmel is an older community that continues to grow in the areas of arts and culture. Some of the key attractions include; the Carmel Arts & Design District, The Center for the Performing Arts, Indiana Design Center, and the Monon Community Center.

For more information on living and doing business in Carmel, visit carmel.in.gov.

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Arts and Design District Monon Trail The Palladium

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Carmel Stats

Population (2013) 85,927
Population (2010) 79,191
Growth
(2010-2013)
8.5%
Median Age 39.2
Median Household Income $106,121
Bachelor's or Higher 68.1%
Median Housing Value $297,300