The Summer 2017 issue of MKNA Spark magazine incorrectly stated the boundaries of Washington Park in the “Have a Voice in the Washington Park Preservation Plan” article on page 9. The correct boundaries are the west side side of Central Avenue to the west side of Pennsylvania Street between the north side 40th Street and the south side of 43rd Street. If you have questions or concerns about the Washington Park historic area designation effort, please contact Christopher Myers, preservation planner for the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission, at 317-327-4432 or at Chris.Myers@indy.gov.
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Historic Washington Park
Washington Park is a district on the National Register of Historic Places in the south-central part of the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood of Indianapolis. It was placed on the Register on June 24, 2008. The district includes all properties south of 43rd Street & north of 40th Street, and west of Central Avenue & east of the alley running north and south between Pennsylvania and Meridian Streets.
From 38th to Kessler Boulevard and
Meridian Street to the Monon Trail.
In the heart of Midtown Indianapolis.
MK Neighborhood Association
The MKNA is a volunteer 501 (c3) nonprofit neighborhood organization comprised of residents, businesses, schools, churches and organizations. Founded in 1965, the Association represents the largest community in Indianapolis.