The Meridian-Kessler neighborhood stands as one of the staples of the historic grandeur within the city of Indianapolis. The once called Maple Road, is now known best to Indianapolis residents as 38th Street and is the southern-most zone of what is the Meridian Kessler Neighborhood. The slow migration of wealthy families to the current Meridian Kessler area boomed in the 1920s and stood as one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Indianapolis. Many of the homes seen on Pennsylvania and Washington Street are beautiful testaments to Indianapolis’ history. In 1965 the Meridian Kessler Neighborhood Association was established with the mission to “bring about closer relationships between all people and provide a service for newcomers, monitor zoning and guard against illegal conversion of single-family housing, maintain quality schools in the area, and provide adequate municipal services for all residents.” As the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood has continued to develop and diversify, the rich historic grandeur has been well-maintained and carefully-preserved.

Brick + Ember Outfitters has been building equity, restoring beauty and growing peace of mind for the city of Indianapolis since 2011. Located in South Broad Ripple, Brick + Ember Outfitters has restored and preserved the beauty of countless Meridian Kessler homes. Brick + Ember Outfitters prides themselves on the understanding that restoring beauty is a key component to adding value to their homeowners — the neighborhoods of Meridian-Kessler, Butler Tarkington, and Meridian Hills homes are just a few of the brilliant examples of the priceless historic value Brick + Ember Outfitters has the privilege of providing to these homeowners.

See below one of the projects Brick + Ember Outfitters has completed in the Meridian Kessler neighborhood.