Welcome to our designer co-living “Mansion” full of rentable suites and fun amenities at the heart of an oasis-like, little village on the near Westside of Indianapolis not too far from where the race cars go zoom zoom zoom…
Originally the Administration Building for the Indiana Hospital for the Insane, this 1938 gem once served as housing and offices for various staff who would live, work and stroll through the gorgeous architecture & refreshing nature that makes up this one-of-a-kind stunning campus where Reverie Estates has so far brought back to life 5 out of 6 once-endangered landmark buildings measuring collectively over 120,000 SF situated on their private 14-acre property developed unlike anything the Midwest has ever seen.
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The Administration Building has been reimagined & renovated into Central State Mansion, which features furnished or unfurnished rooms with or without private bathrooms, a self-service classy kitchen with cozy dining hall, state-of-the-art sauna, gym, yoga & move room with classes, theater, library, living and meeting rooms and a sexy heated pool with groovy cabanas, all within a calming picturesque setting providing a lively spaciousness with city views next to an open-to-the-public historic 9-acre wooded Grove.
Other offerings include urban farming, on-site laundry, air conditioning, terrazzo and wood floors, wifi, private parking and Café Mansión Coffee + Treats doing its thing in the building’s lobby – imagine exotic vibes like Rick’s Cafe in Casablanca, but sunny & coffeehouse-style with deliciously-curated locally-sourced and/or made-from-scratch dishes to be expanded upon soon – stay tuned 🙂
The “Village” doesn’t stop there – beyond our popular & timeless 1899 event space holding up to 500, we play host to some of the state’s most innovative & impactful organizations making this a world-class art & design hub showcasing Ignition Arts in the Laundry Building, People for Urban Progress in the Carpentry Hall (6K Div SF Avail), and Young Actors Theatre| Project 1 Studio | K.M. Design in the Cafeteria.