Little Flower, Indianapolis

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Little Flower is a neighborhood on the Near Eastside of Indianapolis. Its boundaries are 16th Street, 10th Street, Emerson Avenue, and Sherman Drive. Little Flower is a walkable community with two grocery stores, at least three convenience stores, restaurants, bars, a Post Office, churches, schools and other entertainment options all within walking distance.[1] The neighborhood's name comes from the Little Flower Catholic Church, which is located in the neighborhood. The majority of the homes in the neighborhood are bungalows, most of them constructed in the 1920s. Little Flower is part of the Near Eastside Community Organization, aimed at improving neighborhoods on the city's Eastside.

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Little Flower is located at approximately 39°47′08″N 86°05′37″W / 39.785422°N 86.093701°W / 39.785422; -86.093701. The boundaries of the neighborhood is 16th St., 10th St., Emerson Ave., and Sherman Dr. The neighborhood is located approximately a mile south of Interstate 70. It is located near exits 85 and 87 on I-70

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Coordinates: 39°47′06″N 86°05′32″W / 39.78500°N 86.09222°W / 39.78500; -86.09222