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Cottage Home, Indiana
Cottage Home is located on the near east side of Indianapolis. The neighborhood is bordered to the west by the Chatham Arch & Massachusetts Avenue Historic District, to the north by the Windsor Park neighborhood, to the east by Arsenal Technical High School and the Woodruff Place Historic District and to the south by the Holy Cross neighborhood. Most of the district is built on a traditional grid plan, broken up by Pogue's Run cutting across the southeast portion.
The Cottage Home Neighborhood is a historic neighborhood on the East Side of Indianapolis. A small portion of the homes are listed on the National Register of Historic Homes and several others are listed on the local and state level. The close-knit community is a non for profit community that raises it's funds by way of the Cottage Home Block Party and Home and Garden Tour.
Music, fashion, flowers, boutiques, coffee, vintage shops, it’s all available in Cottage HomeDorman Street Saloon901 Dorman Street
SchoolsArsenal Technical High School
Sense Charter School
1601 Barth Avenue
While architecturally plain, the Dorman Street Saloon has long played an important role in the lives of Cottage Home residents. The corner structure was originally built as a house in the early 1870s. Operating as a grocery in the 1910s, the business became a bar in the late 1910s. After the end of Prohibition, it was known as Anacker's 9th Street Tavern, The Mahogany Bar (still knicknamed "The Hog"), and May's Lounge, the Dorman Street Saloon has served for years as a popular neighborhood meeting place. A popular rumor claims that infamous criminal John Dillingerfrequented the Dorman Street Saloon while preparing for his heist of the Massachusetts Avenue State Bank, only a couple blocks away.
At 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2), the Kroger Grocery & Bakery Company Building is easily the largest building in Cottage Home. In 1929, the expanding Kroger Grocery & Bakery Company constructed this warehouse to meet the growing demands of its Indianapolis stores. Large casement windows and pilasters are among the features of this Art Deco industrial building.Today, the building houses the corporate headquarters of Marian, Inc. and is often used as a meeting place for the Cottage Home Neighborhood Association.
There are a number of transportation options to explore beautiful Cottage Home. Public transportation, Blue Indy, walking and bicycle are all available options for exploring Downtown Cottage Home.
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