Lennar's The Bakery in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. (PRNewsfoto/Lennar Corporation)
Hand-out Lennar's The Bakery in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. (PRNewsfoto/Lennar Corporation)

Lennar on Friday announced the debut of The Bakery, a new community that will bring three-story townhomes to the heart of downtown Indianapolis.

A grand opening was set for Saturday, Oct. 26 and Sunday, Oct. 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

"The Bakery sits on the site of a former Omar Bakery, so we've named this community as a nod to the history of its downtown location while, at the same time, adding modern features that celebrate the growth and regeneration of the area," said Lennar Indianapolis Division President Craig Jensen. "It's a fun and thoughtful combination that we believe will resonate extremely well with buyers and give them an amazing place to call home."

Floor plans at The Bakery range from 1,710 to 2,295 square feet, with three bedrooms, two full and two half baths, and two-car attached garages. Each townhome integrates living, kitchen and bedroom spaces into a contemporary open concept design featuring Lennar's industry exclusive Everything's Included® program.

With Everything's Included®, The Bakery homeowners will receive Lennar's most popular options and upgrades built into the base price of the home, including items such as smart home technology, upgraded kitchens, quartz countertops, engineered hardwood flooring, crown molding in main living areas, a fireplace and a spa-inspired master bathroom. All townhomes at The Bakery are also Wi-Fi Certified and include lawn maintenance and snow removal in the HOA fees. Pricing begins in the $350,000s.

Located just one mile from Massachusetts Avenue, The Bakery is within walking distance of premier shopping, restaurants and entertainment, including the free-spirited cultural hub of Mass Ave Arts District. The Bakery is also directly adjacent to the fields, parks and playgrounds of the Frank and Judy O'Bannon Soccer Park, and sits next to the Monon Trail, a paved path that is perfect for walking, running, rollerblading and biking.

For commuting residents, The Bakery sits at the confluence of Interstates 65 and 70, offering a quick and easy connection to the entire greater Indianapolis market. The community is served by the Indianapolis Public Schools system.