Industrial. Historic. Diverse. Evolving. Forward-thinking. These are just a few of the words that describe the aspects of city life in Evansville, Indiana. Situated on a bend in the Ohio River, Evansville is the third largest city in Indiana with over a hundred thousand residents and over three hundred thousand making up the metropolitan area.
Individuals, couples, and families of all ages can look forward to a lifestyle filled with opportunity in Evansville. Higher education institutions like the University of Evansville, the University of Southern Indiana and Ivy Tech Community College not only contribute to thousands of jobs in the area, but also attract a vital population of youth. Four NYSE companies are head quartered in Evansville, along with multiple healthcare and medical sciences industries that also contribute to thestability of the city’s economy.
The city’s voracious appetite for Art and Culture is appeased through various channels including The Evansville Museum of Art, History and Science and the new Koch Immersive theatre, an 18,000 square foot Children’s Museum for families, and multiple historic theatres for performing arts. The University of Evansville’s prestigious theatre program has been honored more times at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. than any other institution. The Ford Center, built in 2011, is the city’s premier entertainment venue for sports and concerts.
The historic downtown area is painted with bars, businesses and restaurants and the Tropicana riverboat casino and nearby Franklin Street generates much of the city’s nightlife. With an extensive 65 municipal park system and a 42-mile Greenway Passage sprinkled with a community of walkers, bikers, and runners, there is always space to be active in Evansville!
Throughout the year, the city hosts and numerous festivals, notably the West Side Nut Club fall festival, a festival of food and carnival games and rides that attracts over 150,000 people each year.
Conveniently located just a few hours from Indianapolis, St. Louis, Nashville, and Louisville, and with the Evansville Regional Airport located on the north side of the city, Evansville is the ideal place to do business, visit, and live in Indiana.
There are 13 neighborhoods in Evansville that have qualified for the National Register for Historic Places. Homes for sale in Evansville also present opportunities to future residents. From historic mansions with flair in the heart of downtown or charming condos and apartments along the riverfront, to contemporary homes in subdivisions or within the city limits, a Talk to Tucker agent can help you find a home that best suits the lifestyle you choose in this progressive and eclectic city.
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