Moving on down to the south central part of Marion County, we have Perry Township.
Settled in 1822, it was named after Oliver Hazard Perry, a hero from the War of 1812.
According to Census Reporter, the population was 114,519 as of 2017 with a median age of 35.9.
There’s a very even split between males and females, but an overwhelming 77% of the population is Caucasian.
The median household income is $49,693 and 17% of the population lives below the poverty line compared to the entire state which is 13.5%.
Census Reporter also states that 93% of housing units are occupied in Perry Township and 59% of housing units are owner occupied.
According to MLS data, of the 1,579 homes that were sold in the last year, the median sales price was $154,000.
Of the 208 homes that were leased, the median rental amount was $1,195.
Perry Township is also home to the University of Indianapolis.