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Terry Lee Honda- Serving Carmel, IN & the Greater Indianapolis Area

Just north of Indianapolis, you’ll discover one of the fastest growing communities in the entire US. Carmel is a thriving, neighborly, beautiful place to live. What started out as a quiet bedroom community to the state capital has emerged in the last few decades as a thriving town in its own right. In fact, CNN Money magazine ranked Carmel the best place to live in the States in 2012.
The best part of Carmel can easily be discovered by taking a stroll downtown. The Carmel Arts and Design District is located right in Old Town Carmel. You can casually peruse any one of the plethora of art galleries, like the Magdalena Gallery of Art. Or grab a latte at one of the many cafes like Tea Buds. If all that walking gets you hungry, no worries, the District is full of great eateries. The Blu Moon Café is a popular spot.
"The Palladium" by TheSongbook - Created by staff photographer Previously published: Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons
One thing you are certain to find in Carmel is culture. The Center for the Performing Arts is a beautiful venue that regularly features national jazz acts, orchestras, and ballet productions. If design is your thing, the Indiana Design Center is a huge complex of showrooms. The public can browse the retail showrooms on the first floor, while a trip to the second floor—where the to-the-trade showrooms are—require the accompaniment of a design professional.
Lots of features make Carmel a one-of-a-kind town. There are more roundabouts here than in any other city in the States (research has proved they are safer than traffic lights). You might also notice the abundance of gorgeous trees lining urban streets or the number of bicyclists on the road. Carmel wins Urban Forestry awards all of the time and has also been recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
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