Welcome to Westfield
Exclusive community with premier sports and recreation
The rapidly growing city-suburb Westfield borders Noblesville to the east and Carmel to the south. You might have heard of Westfield from its inclusion in WalletHub’s list of best American small cities. About 50,000 people call Westfield home. The city is home to the country's most extensive youth sports complex. As Westfield grows, its developers balance new developments with retaining historic buildings. Parks and memorials throughout the city commemorate its past, while newcomers to Westfield bring the city’s economy and culture into the future.
Most neighborhoods in Westfield contain new condominiums, townhouses, and single-family homes, and more are being built all the time. Outdoor spaces, walking and biking trails, an ice rink, parks, and commercial hubs have been interwoven into the landscape. Most of the areas in Westfield look and feel shiny and new, and people love that about the city.
What to Love
- Luxurious new builds
- Master-planned community
- Hometown feel
- Outdoor activities
Westfield has a wonderful blend of family life, sports, and outdoor activities wrapped in a new vibrant landscape. The city draws interest from remote workers freed to relocate outside their former cities. Downtown is rapidly expanding, and city planners are busy constructing the city’s future. Many families are acknowledging the city’s growth and moving to Westfield now to get in on the proverbial ground floor. Apart from its economy, Westfield is a beautiful city with strong roots and lovely parks.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Residents wanted a recreation space in town to relax and enjoy the city's surroundings, so Grand Junction was born. It has an amphitheater, a playground, and a cafe, and it is an excellent spot for locals to mingle with neighbors and gather for community events.
Down the road from Grand Junction Plaza, the Italian House on Park offers authentic Italian cuisine in an intimate home setting. If you want to unwind, the Urban Vines Winery & Brewery has a delicious wine selection. Dine in the meadow on meats and cheeses from a charcuterie board, pizza, or salad while listening to live entertainment.
Prime 47 Carmel is the place to go for a great cut of meat and top-notch service, and it is just a few miles away in Carmel. Stone Creek Dining in Noblesville also has great steaks and a romantic feel.
Things to Do
Westfield likes bringing neighbors together, and the Farmers Market is a great way to do that. You can get fresh farm produce and make new friends. There is also Grand Park, where sports enthusiasts can watch tournaments and attend various events.
Monon Trail attracts walkers and cyclists. It passes through Grand Park and connects with Carmel and Indianapolis. And everyone likes Grand Junction Plaza. It has concerts and other outdoor activities. This six-acre park is in the heart of downtown and is a great spot to kick back and enjoy the sights and sounds of the city.
The 400-acre Grand Park Sports Campus features 26 baseball diamonds and 31 multi-use fields for sports like football, soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse. There are also indoor facilities for basketball, volleyball, and soccer. Teams come from across the United States to play in national tournaments held on the grounds. The Pacers Athletic Center, owned by the NBA team, is also located on the campus. In addition, the campus is the official home of the Indianapolis Colts training camp, and locals like to stop by during scheduled events to watch them play.