Maple Knoll Apartments is excited to announce that our thriving city of Westfield, Indiana, is now the 6th best place to live in the United States! Our city is being lauded for its “employment opportunities, cost of living, and diversity.” It’s so exciting to see our city thriving as one of the 10 best places to live. It’s a unique location to call home, and we’re happy to count our apartment community as one of Westfield’s finest.
Our School System Rocks with Distinguishing Honor
Not only does our state rank among the top states for graduation rates, but one of our local schools, Westfield High, ranks as the fourth-best high school in the Indianapolis area and the ninth-best in the entire state, with a 97% graduation rate. Westfield High has particularly excelled in science and technology. In 2020, it was even named a Distinguished School by Project Lead the Way.
Innovative Job Opportunities Fueling Our Housing Market
It’s no wonder our local high school excels in science and technology – Indiana is always focused on the innovation of tomorrow. Thirty minutes south of our beautiful community, Indianapolis is home to companies focused on developing the solutions of the future. By attracting such innovative companies, Westfield is experiencing exciting growth, and our real estate is proving to be the best in the state.
Home to the Indianapolis Colts and Fun Attractions for All
Our city welcomed the Indianapolis Colts in 2017. If there isn’t enough excitement with Colts football, there is so much happening with the arrival of the autumn season in Westfield. From pumpkin patches and orchards to fairs and festivals, this community regularly comes together to celebrate and host fun events for all.
Maple Knolls Apartments is offering a place to call home right here in one of the 10 best places to live. You’ll experience a luxurious lifestyle with high-quality interior designs and fabulous amenities. We’re here to introduce you to one of Westfield’s premier communities and welcome you home. Reach out to set up a tour today.Back to all posts