- Bar-B-Q Heaven
- Crosstown Barber Shop
The Crosstown neighborhood derives its name from the crosstown bus line that used to run along 30th street. Residents of the community appreciate expenses that are 32% lower than the national average. Of these households, more than half are owned by the occupants.
The Crosstown neighborhood is home to the Little Bethel Crosstown Community Center that serves its community in numerous ways. The most notable, however, is with The City League, a local basketball tournament. The league can trace its origins back to a Crosstown Neighborhood Association Meeting in the summer of 2013. The local businesses and organizations of Crosstown and the surrounding area provide both financial resources and volunteer hours. Active community involvement allows a cash prize for the team who wins the tournament.
The neighborhood also features Rev. Charles Williams Park which honors its namesake who was committed to serving his community. His many accomplishments include being a former president of Indiana Black Expo, and creating and organizing the first city-wide celebration of Black History Month. The park itself is 7.5 acres of natural space purposely kept in its original wild state for an authentic nature experience in an urban environment.