With a 12% population 65 or older, Carmel is a great place for retirees who want to lay low and appreciate life. With the Carmel Art & Design District (a 500-seat performing arts theater), an outdoor amphitheater, and a large performance hall, Carmel prides itself on its arts and culture scene. Another lifestyle aspect that Carmel places great emphasis on is health and fitness. The Carmel Moon Community Center was a multi-million-dollar project containing a state-of-the-art fitness center, aquatic center, and water park. The Carmel City Center is one of the most progressive centers in Indiana with boutique hotels, penthouses, apartments, and office space located right in the thick of everything. The Monon Trail offers miles of biking and walking trails that are a beloved staple of the community. Living here will cost you (the median home value is around $342,000), but residents says it’s worth it.
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