MFCDC homes offer affordable living in a great location, allowing people of all income levels to realize their dreams of homeownership. Our charming new and restored homes feature turn-of-the-century styles. We use LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) as a roadmap for all our projects, and all of our homes are energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
About the Area
Conveniently located between Broad Ripple and downtown Indianapolis, Mapleton-Fall Creek and the surrounding neighborhoods provide easy access to the best of the city. Dining, shopping, and entertainment are just a short bike or car ride away, and nearby I-70, I-65, and I-465 make for speedy travel within and beyond the city.
The Fall Creek Greenway and Monon trails make it easy to stay fit or commute by bike, and three pocket parks invite neighbors to relax outside. The Indiana State Fairgrounds, which hosts over 300 events every year, lies within the immediately northeast corner of Mapleton-Fall Creek. The area also has active faith-based and community associations, as well as over 230 small businesses and organizations.
Families have a wide variety of nearby educational choices, including public, private, and charter schools. Download the schools brochure.
All Mapleton-Fall Creek residents are eligible for free membership at The Children’s Museum. To learn more, visit the Children’s Neighborhood Club website, or call the museum at 334-3322.
To qualify for a subsidized MFCDC home, your household must earn less than 80% of the area’s median income.
|Household Size:||1 person||2 people||3 people||4 people||5 people|
|80% Area Median Income:||$38,150||$43,600||$49,050||$54,500||$58,900|
We work with homebuyers of all income levels, backgrounds, and credit histories. The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership provides counseling to help individuals restore credit and move closer to homeownership.