Platted in the early to mid 1880’s, Windsor Park is one of Indianapolis’ first streetcar suburbs. Located on the near eastside of downtown, our neighborhood is just minutes away from all that Indianapolis has to offer. Home to a historic Carnegie Library, the Prosser Home, the Thompson-Mesker Cottage, the Whittier School, The Pogue’s Run Trail and Spades Park (part of the historic George Kessler Park & Boulevard System). Windsor Park is also home to a growing number of local businesses: The CCIC, 8th Day Distillery, Centerpoint Brewing, Indy Artsy, Indiana Writer’s Center, Beholder, The Mayfair Taproom, Sunday Afternoon Housewife, Kan Kan Cinema and Brasserie (about to open!), FACE Low Cost Animal Clinic, Teacher's Treasures and, soon, an Amelia's Bakery Coffeeshop. Whether you're looking for weekend entertainment or a place to call home, Windsor Park has you covered.


We are a nonprofit (501c3) charitable organization and neighborhood association, registered with the City of Indianapolis. The WPNA means to provide the residents of the neighborhood with a voice in the planning and the redevelopment of the near east side of Indianapolis, in and around the geographic area served by the Corporation; and improve the living conditions in and around the near east side of Indianapolis by addressing problems of blighted, abandoned and vacant properties as well as advocating and supporting safe, decent, affordable housing and economic development, including job creation; and provide opportunities for adults and youth to participate in civic activities which encourage community participation and volunteerism.