Located high above Jackson Creek, the Woodlands is a planned urban development community in a secluded part of Bloomington, Indiana.
We are within ten minutes of the Indiana University campus and five minutes from major shopping centers, including The College Mall and Jackson Creek Shoppes. Bloomington Transit Route 5 stops at our entrance.
Our neighborhood includes sixty-six cedar townhomes with two and three-bedroom units.
Known as a neighborhood that strives to be “green,” the Woodlands Winding Brook Homeowners Association was the first multi-family complex to be awarded the National Wildlife Federation Backyard Wildlife Habitat. The Woodlands is also certified as a Monarch butterfly way station. MonarchWaystation_Certificate
Because we value resident safety and quality of life, are proactive in community education and outreach activities; The Woodlands—Winding Brook Homeowners Association has been recognized by the City of Bloomington with two separate awards.
The Woodlands-Winding Brook Homeowners Association has made an effort to implement a long-range, comprehensive plan for the neighborhood, which includes finding environmentally and aesthetically pleasing solutions to storm water and retention pond problems and to develop strategies for maintaining our wooded property.
Additionally, the Woodlands-Winding Brook Homeowners Association works to build community by organizing events for residents, including garage sales, cook-outs, and grounds clean-ups.
Woodlands homeowners continue to work to create a welcoming and vibrant community.