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Brooks Landing Cul–de–Sac is a Youth Haven

FISHERS, IN — The Brooks Landing cul–de–sac, located near 104th street and Olio Road, is never lacking entertainment or a friendly face. Always full of young people playing football, basketball, and riding their bikes, the youth of this neighborhood have come to be great friends in the short time they have lived here.

Brooks Landing has attracted many families as well as empty nesters. The size of the development lends itself to being a favorable community environment. The clubhouse provides a haven for local residents to meet and plan events, as well as, enjoy the heated pool. The pool gives both children and adults an enjoyable area to meet and mingle. One resident commented, "We always know everybody there." The community also enjoys the annual Halloween Party and children's Fourth of July bike parade.

Brooks Landing was put into development four years ago by Asset Midwest. Within those four years, the people of this community have bonded and become companions. They often rely on each other for support, guidance, and even babysitters. The parents are always reassured that their children are safe because "someone is always looking out for the kids."

The added security that comes with a tight–knit community is just one of the benefits of the neighborhood. The community offers wooded lots and a great location. "Out of 119 lots, only one remains," said Carol Tucker, of Asset Midwest. About 90 of the custom–designed homes are occupied. Homes start at roughly $400,000, with strict rules on design and size. Not only do you get a great location, you get a great community atmosphere as well. Brooks Landing is the total package.

This story was inspired from an article published on March 11, 2005 in the Indianapolis Star; story by Lesley Rogers Barrett.

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