Indiana's first lifestyle center, Clay Terrace offers a unique experience in one of the Midwest’s most affluent areas. Clay Terrace serves the nearby communities of Carmel, Fishers, Indianapolis, Noblesville and Westfield. Conveniently located right off US-31 and 146th Street, Clay Terrace is anchored by Dick's Sporting Goods, DSW, and Whole Foods. Clay Terrace is also home to 80 stores that line Clay Terrace Boulevard, including: Chico's, Eddie Bauer, Express, Men's Wearhouse, Orvis, Sur La Table, and White House | Black Market. Shoppers can choose from an exciting mix of different sit-down eateries, including: Kona Grill, Prime 47, and Red Robin, or grab-and-go choices like Cafe Patachou and Qdoba.
Carmel, Indiana is home to more than 400,000 residents and is a fast-growing, thriving suburban edge city on the north side of Indianapolis. This community has transformed over the past few decades with ambitious development projects that have resulted in a vibrant city. In 2012, CNN Money Magazine named Carmel the No. 1 place to live in America for cities of its size.
Known for its highly educated and affluent population, Carmel households have an average median income level of over $100,000. With excellent schools, low taxes, safe neighborhoods and ease of transportation, Carmel has emerged as one of the most coveted places to live, not just in Indiana, but in the United States.