Room enough for everyone, including your pet. Not many New Albany affordable apartments are pet friendly. But we understand they’re part of the family, and that man’s best friend deserves a place on the couch, on the rug, and maybe even at the table. Our pet friendly affordable apartments in New Albany are designed with you in mind.
Live life to the fullest. Of all the affordable apartments New Albany has to offer, Monon Crossing‘s floor plans are among the largest. In Monon Crossing‘s apartments for rent, New Albany will have everything you need to make the home you deserve: from the dishwasher to the extra storage closet.
Everything you need at your doorstep. Because there are so many affordable apartments for rent in New Albany, renters have to be diligent to get what they want. One thing that sets us apart is how close we are to shopping. As you live at Monon Crossing, stocking the fridge and pantry won’t be an all-day affair.
With a 48-hour average repair request completion time, professionals take care of the maintenance of your home. Today is your time to relax and live in the confidence that our team will take care of everything. That’s why everyone raves about Monon Crossing: we go above and beyond the other affordable apartments New Albany has to offer.
A LOCAL GUIDE TO New Albany, Indiana
The origins of New Albany date back to the Revolutionary War when George Rogers Clark captured what was then the Northwest Territory from the British in 1779. He was awarded a large portion of the land which included the future New Albany after the war and Colonel John Paul was, in turn, given the land where New Albany current stands. It was eventually founded in July 1813 as a town.
History & Culture
New Albany is located on the Falls of the Ohio on the Ohio River directly across from Louisville. From 1816 until 1860 it was the largest city in the state of Indiana. Its economy centered on trade along the Ohio River. New Albany was a shipbuilding and steamboat hub due to vast areas of available timber near the city. Eventually the Monon railroad, which gives Monon Crossing its name, connected the city with Lake Michigan and points north in 1847, allowing for further transport of goods.
Interstate 64 crosses the Ohio River from Louisville via the Sherman Minton Bridge and goes directly through the city. This allows easy east-west transportation through southern Indiana and northern Kentucky. Interstate 265 connects the city with Interstate 65, allowing easy access to Indianapolis to the north. Louisville international Airport is within 10 miles, allowing for easy air travel.
New Albany has several restaurants that not only offer excellent food, but also spectacular views along the river. Floyd County Brewing Company challenges patrons to find great beer on their quest along with good food. Bella Roma, located just a few blocks away, offers authentic Italian cuisine. Boomtown Kitchen on the river is another popular local establishment.
Things to Do
New Albany’s Main Street features a large collection of late 19th century mansions from the city’s heyday as a shipbuilding center, as the city attracted many of the wealthiest early residents to the state of Indiana. The centerpiece is the Culbertson Mansion, a three-story French Second Empire Style structure, which is today an Indiana state memorial. The Harvest Homecoming is also a very popular festival every fall. Nearby Louisville offers a wealth of entertainment and nightlife opportunities just across the river.