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Carmel Population: 80,060

Total Males: 38,981
Total Females: 41,079
Median Household Income: $107,505
Total Households: 29,134

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Brief Information About Carmel


Carmel is a small city located in the County of Hamilton. It is located just north of Indianapolis. It was recently judged by the CNN Money Magazine as the best place to live in America. Carmel is located in the township of Clay and has a total area of about 46.5 sq. kms. The town is located at an elevated height of about 854 ft. above the ground level. It is one of the fastest growing cities of America and is home to a large number of industrieslike ITT Technical Institute, Seven Corners Inc., Delta Faucet and many others. There are also quite a few educational institutes and some tourism oppurtunities in the area. Some are involved with the local health sector.



S. Chassey is a notable resident of the town.



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