Riverside Neighborhood's boundaries are the White River, Fall Creek and the Canal with 30th Street at it's northern tip. Its many amenities, from golf courses to green ways to it's rolling eighty-acre park of sports fields, make the neighborhood a destination for recreation. While primarily residential, its southern portion is a mixture of commercial/industrial properties, including a stretch of the new 16 Tech development.
History in Riverside is rich. Burdsal Parkway, is part of the Kessler System designed in 1909 by George E. Kessler one of our nation‘s premiere landscape architects. The neighborhood contains the city's oldest golf course, Riverside Golf Course, and was the home of Indianapolis' first zoo and the Riverside Amusement Park.