Hendricks County, Indiana – Although Indiana newspaper editor John Soule penned those words more than 150 years ago, they have never been more relevant or appropriate than in Hendricks County and in the midst of today?s complex business environment.
The new Gordon Graham Field and Indianapolis International Airport (IIA) provide Hendricks County, Indiana with extraordinary access to the worldwide marketplace. In addition to it bordering IIA, the county also has the enviable position of having accessible links to I-70, I-74, I-65 and I-465, the Indianapolis, Indiana inner-loop.
As business parks have boomed, other amenities have followed. The countys burgeoning service and retail economy now accounts for more than half its workforce.
In addition to business prosperity, Hendricks County provides residents the rich opportunity of city living with the personal warmth of small town charm. Tree-lined neighborhoods, shopping and restaurant venues and award-winning schools have made Hendricks County the ideal place to lie down Indiana roots.
The countys protected self-sufficiency and planned growth show incredible foresight today, resulting in an inimitable place to live and work.
Hendricks County real estate leader, Chris Castetter sells homes in Hendricks County.