Suites of Irvington | 5730

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    Price: $450

    Square Footage: 305

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    Square Footage: 475

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    Price: $640

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    Baths: 1

    Price: $750

    Square Footage: 638

    Deposit: $700

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Suites of Irvington | 5730

5730 E. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Call: 317-322-1322

Suites of Irvington | 5730

Apartment Amenities

  • Hardwood Floors
  • Marble Floors
  • Spacious Bedrooms
  • Period Fixtures
  • Ceiling Fan
  • New Windows
  • Open Style Kitchen
  • Dining Bar
  • New Appliances
  • Built-in Microwave
  • Original Tub

Estate Amenities

  • Private Parking
  • Walk to Local Dining
  • Intercom System
  • Security Surveillance
  • Starbucks

Leasing Information

PET POLICY

Pets Welcome Cats and Dogs Welcome

LEASE TERMS
1 Year

Lovely “Suites” in Irvington’s Downtown featuring Wood Floors & Soaking Tubs

SUITES FEATURES FLATS IN THE HEART OF HISTORIC IRVINGTON ONLY MINUTES OR A SHORT (FUTURE RAPID) BUS RIDE FROM DOWNTOWN INDIANAPOLIS – THESE MODERNIZED APARTMENTS STILL SHOW OFF THEIR ORIGINAL CHARM SUCH AS POLISHED WOOD FLOORS – LIVE IN ONE OF INDY’S ORIGINAL NEIGHBORHOODS & EXPLORE THE WINDING ROADS FROM A NEW HOME RIGHT IN THE MIX OF BOUTIQUE SHOPS, LOCAL RESTAURANTS (INCLUDING JOCKAMOS & THE LEGEND), COFFEESHOPS & MORE ALL WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE.

Some History… In the July 4, 1925 issue of The Indiana Construction Recorder, the following announcement appeared:

“Apt Bldg $170,000 East Wash & Audubon Rd. Private Plans. Owner: Wash-Audubon Realty Co., J.G. Brannum, c/o Brannum-Keene Lumber Co, 3506 E. Wash; Roland M. Cotton (heating & plumbing contr), 1720 E. 10th; T.B. Brydon (contractor), 124 S. Bolton; H.W. Brydon (contractor), 124 S. Bolton; Edson T. Wood (real estate), 48 Delaware.  Plans in progress.  Start work soon.  Owner will build and award separate contracts.  Brick, concrete, steel, tile floors, comp. roof, steam heat, incinerator, apt. equip.”

Such were the beginnings of one of Irvington’s permier housing complexes, the 37-unit Washington-Audubon Apartments.

A year earlier, in 1924, Theodore B. Brydon had built the 14-unit Elizabeth Ann Apartments at 5819 E. Washington Stree.  With this new project, he began a partnership with Joseph G. Brannum that would construct additional projects in the coming years including the 42-unit Arlington-Washington Apartments at 5901 E. Washington Street (1926) and the 52-unit Butler Apartments at 5230 E. Washington Street (1927).

Apartment tenants in Irvington reflected the community as a whole.  Doctors, lawyers, teachers and other business professionals lived next door to store clerks, sales persons, railroaders, and factory workers.  The Washington-Audubon was no exception.  Early residents, who paid rents from $47.50 to $59.00 a month ($571 to $717 adjusted to 2007 dollars according to austintxgensoc.org), included:

Apt #1: Richard E. Brann, business manager from American Legion Weekly.

Apt #2: Charles E. Baker (Anna), traveling salesman.

Apt #3: Frank E. Stoddard, superintendent, Paper package Co.

Apt #4: Clarence E. Delzell (Mary), mechanic.

Apt #5: J. Frank Browne (Thelma), clerk.

Apt #6: Horace G. Greer, train dispatcher.

Apt #7: John Hinel, polisher.

Apt #8: Fred L. McAninch (Lilly), dentist, 8 1/2 E. Washington Street.

Apt #9: Ralph L. Becker, salesman.

Apt #10: Bert W. Hibner (Mary), delivery department manager, L.S. Ayres & Co.

Apt #11: Wilred J. Porter, salesman.

Apt #12: Nicholas Hubiak, agent, John Handcock Mutual Life Insurance Co.

Apt #14: Harley G. Hypes (Catherine), salesman.

Apt #15: Robert D. McRaven, salesman, Pathe Exchange Co.

Apt #16: William A. Dickson (Helen), dentist, 4808 E. Michigan Street.

Apt #17: William H. Zaiser, representative, Federal Finance Corp.

Apt #18: Fred W. Graham (Alla L), electroplater, Patterson Engraving Co.

Apt #19: Samuel O. Smart (Dorothy J), commercial artist, Rhoades Humphreys Studio.

Apt #20: Thomas Schwaim, salesman, Perfection Paint & Color Co.

Apt #21: Edward G. Glaser, foreman, Klieber-Dawson Machine Co.

Apt #22: William C. Bright, clerk.

Apt #23: Alfred L. LaRocque, clerk, Standard Oil Co.

Apt #24: Emil E. Linegar (Ruth), assistant department manager, Eli Lilly & Co.

Apt #25: William S. Arbuckle, salesman, Hydraulic Press Brick Co.

Apt #26: Edward L. Mitchell, salesman, Carlin Music Co.

Apt #27: Erman E. Reese (Bertha D.), brakeman.

Apt #28: Mrs. Mary M. Day, widow of Charles Day.

Apt #29: Sheridan R. Sayles, mechanical engineer, Rockwood Manufacturing Co.

Apt #30: Russell F. Lindeman (Gladys R.), salesman, Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Co.

Apt #31: Harry M. Mountain (Kathryn), special agent, Aetna Insurance Co.

Apt #32: Mrs. Flo J. Hoyt

Apt #33: Lulu M. Springer

Apt #34: Roy E. Horton, bookkeeper, Fletcher American National Bank.

Apt #35: Louis F. Weintraut (Bertha), plumber.

Apt #36: Horace A. Lingo.

Apt #37: Mrs. Mabel C. Heckman, supervisor, Eli Lilly & Co.

Irvington apartment buildings provided long-term as well as transitional housing accomodations.  Tenants at Washington-Audubon consisted of individuals who lived temporarily in Irvington, women who relocated to an apartment from their Irvington homes after the death of their husbands, and young families who lived in an apartment until they could move into their Irvington home.

(Prepared in June of 2007 by Steven R. Barnett, Executive Director, Irvington Historical Society, and Curator, Bona Thompson Memorial Center)