Comprehensive Community Development
Renew Indianapolis plays an integral role in supporting comprehensive community development, neighborhood stabilization, and quality of life initiatives.
Small Business LoaN Fund
As a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), the Build Fund connects businesses in the Indianapolis area to flexible, affordable, and responsible funding.
Affordable Housing Products
The Edge Fund offers flexible, mission-driven financial products to help you find affordable, inclusive, and diverse housing opportunities in Indianapolis.
MOVe-IN ready Homes For Sale
Browse homes available for purchase in our community, including new construction and newly renovated homes – from single-family homes to duplexes to condos.
Properties for Sale
The land bank renews the community by returning abandoned and blighted properties to productive use throughout Indianapolis.
Renew Indianapolis is proud to announce it is intensifying its response to COVID-19 thanks to more than $3.6 million in grants from the United States Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institution Fund (CDFI Fund) Rapid Response Program (RRP).
Stephanie Quick has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of Renew Indianapolis. Stephanie, who previously served as Director of Real Estate for the past two years, will work closely with leadership and will oversee the operations of the organization.
Renew Indianapolis, a nonprofit organization committed to improving housing, economic development, and quality of life in the metropolitan Indianapolis area, announced it has expanded its small business loan program, the Build Fund, into Hamilton County.
In 1983, David and his wife were looking for a quiet neighborhood to settle down in. The house that became their home was historical; one of five homes built by Bernard Vonnegut, the grandfather of Indianapolis author Kurt Vonnegut.