Carmel, In, first known as “Bethlehem”, was formed in 1837, with a total of fourteen lots, by four men, John Felps, Alexander Mills, Seth Green and Daniel Warren. Soon after its formation, the town was notified that another town with the same name already existed. It wasn’t until 1874, by a referendum vote, that Carmel became the towns official new name. Since then, Carmel has been known for its innovative trends deeply rooted in art and culture. Recently, the new Carmel Civic Square has been coined a “Showpiece of Georgian architectural splendor”.
Carmel is home to the Greyhounds, known for its academic success, as well as its athletic achievements.
If you are thinking of a move or relocating to the Indianapolis area, Carmel offers everything to its residents including the Palladium at the Center for Performing Arts, DeVeau’s School of Gymnastics and hidden treasures, such as Kingston’s Band Rehearsal Space.
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