Random Rippling - A Tour of The Line
posted: Apr. 29, 2021
The Line Urban Flats has been added to the business directory www.VirtualBroadRipple.com
The Line opened for leasing in 2020 and offers new views of Broad Ripple and the White River, including the dam that started it all back in 1836. (See history of BR
to read about how building the dam for the canal in the 1830s created the Town of Broad Ripple.)
The Line Urban Flats is two buildings, one north of 64th and one south of 64th between the Monon Trail and Westfield Boulevard. This had long been the site of Rogers Pools.
Nick Bojrab, assistant manager for The Line, took us on a tour that included a one-bedroom model and three common outdoor spaces, available for use by all tenants. The view from the roof-top patios are amazing.
The leasing office is in the north building
Java House recently opened in the south building
One bedroom unit
Rooftop deck on the north building that gives views to the west
64th Street on the left to the Brewpub on the right
Looking south the downtown skyline is visible, with Mustard Hall right and School 80 left in the foreground
Rooftop deck on south building that looks east
Looking northeast toward the Broad Ripple dam on the White River
Closer image of the dam showing the original stone abutment on the right
Looking slightly southeast you can see the old Broad Ripple High School building on the right and the current Purdue Polytechnic High School on the left.
Lower outdoor patio
The view of the Monon Trail and brics from the lower outdoor patio