St. Vincent-Greenbriar is a neighborhood in the northern section of Indianapolis. A nearby major roadway is Interstate 465. Most residents in this area commute by car, and it is only a 20 minute drive to downtown Indianapolis.
The area consists mostly of rental apartment units with some single family homes, many of which are also rented.
Schools in the area include Greenbriar Elementary School and four private preschools. Several college and university campuses call St. Vincent-Greenbriar home as well. They include DePauw, Butler, and Anderson Universities, as well as Wabash and Franklin Colleges.
Nature lovers will enjoy spending time at Daubenspeck Community Park, also located in the neighborhood. It's a 22-acre green-space haven for residents to explore for free, all year round. The park offers events such as bird watching, volunteer days and prairie-planting activities. Local schools take field trips to Daub Park, as it's known, and staff there teach about conservation and protecting wildlife.
St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital lies within this neighborhood's boundaries and services residents in and around the area.
Neighborhood residents can find plenty of dining options down 86th street. Mediterranean, Indian, Japanese and Italian restaurants dot this roadway and offer a great variety of meal choices for locals.