Irvington is home to more than 11,000 residents living in an area roughly bordered by 10th Street and Emerson, English, and Edmondson Avenues. It is a historic district five miles east of downtown Indianapolis, founded in 1870 by prominent abolitionist lawyers Jacob Julian and Sylvester Johnson. Named for writer Washington Irving and straddling the Historic National Road, the carefully planned neighborhood was originally platted as an independent suburban town but was annexed by the city of
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Date created: 2017
5627 Julian Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46219
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