There's more than corn in Indiana

So you're thinking about moving to Indianapolis? Good choice. Not only is the city and its surrounding suburbs home to more than 5 White Lodging managed properties including the JW Marriott Indianapolis, but it's also home to a vibrant, walkable downtown and some of the best suburbs for families, according to experts. In fact, it was ranked by the Metropolis as one of the world's most livable cities! Indianapolis hosted the Super Bowl in 2012, and the world got a first-hand look at Hoosier Hospitality! The city is as well known for its arts and culture as it is its professional sports teams, and is quickly becoming a midwest foodie hotspot. Neighborhoods like Broad Ripple, Fountain Square and Mass Ave. give just a taste of what living in the Circle City can feel like.

Here's some fast facts about Indianapolis:

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Watch a video about why Hoosiers love downtown Indianapolis

A Top 10 Downtown: "Indianapolis, IN, will give you the big-city experience minus the actual big city. The downtown district is located on 6 square miles and includes more than 200 retail shops, more than 35 hotels, nearly 300 restaurants and food options, movie theaters, sports venues, museums, art galleries and parks. Whew." — Livability