Liberty Park & 9th and 9th

Residents in the Liberty Park and 9th and 9th neighborhoods benefit from walkable access to one of the largest urban parks in the U.S., as well as the historic commercial district at the crossroads of 900 South and 900 East.

These two neighborhoods are more affordable and were built in the same time period as the homes in the Harvard/Yale area. With great restaurants, delis, boutiques, yoga studios, coffee shops, and an indie theater, these neighborhoods have what every part of the city wants -- personality, independence, youth, and art.

Liberty Park, to the west of the 9th and 9th intersection, features a pond with paddle boats, an aviary, beautiful seventy foot trees, tennis courts, a swimming pool, sand volleyball courts, playgrounds, and a track for running, skating, walking, and strolling. Liberty Park and 9th and 9th are close to downtown, the University, and light rail, and are always in high demand.