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Old Posted Dec 5, 2007, 1:52 AM
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INDIANAPOLIS | Development Rundown

A list of Indianapolis development in the city. All projects recently Completed, Under Construction, Approved/Proposed.

For a more complete list of all residential and commercial development downtown visit www.indydt.com.

Recently Completed

Lucas Oil Stadium
New stadium for Indianapolis Colts
Completed: August 2008


Conrad Indianapolis
www.conradhotels.com/indianapolis
23 stories
Completed 2006


Indianapolis Central Library expansion
6 story, 352,450 sq. ft. addition
Completed 2007
http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dl...IAL01/71203042



Villaggio at Page Point
9 stories, residential
Completed 2007
www.pagepointecondos.com


Simon Property Group Headquarters
14 stories, world heaquarters of Simon Property Group
Completed 2006

(photo by hannerola on flickr)

Under Construction

JW Marriott hotel complex
3 hotels, over 1,500 rooms
34 story tower, 18 story tower
Projected completion: Late 2010/Early 2011




Indianapolis International Aiport Midfield Terminal
Projected completion: November 2008
www.newindianapolisairport.com



Indiana University School of Medicine Research III
New 254,000 sq. ft. research facility
Projected completion: Spring 2009
http://facilityplanning.iusm.iu.edu/projects/r3.htm


Indiana University Simon Cancer Center expansion
405,000 sq. ft. expansion
Projected completion: Fall 2008
http://iucc.iu.edu/about/construction.php


Riley Hospital for Children expansion
10 stories
Projected completion: 2009


3 Mass http://www.3mass.com
Residential, retail
10 stories
Projected completion: Summer 2008



707 North Street http://www.707north.com
Residential
9 stories
Projected completion: late 2008


The Maxwell http://www.themaxwellcondos.com
6 stories, residential/retail
Projected completion: 2008


Cosmopolitan on the Canal
7-story, 220-unit apartment building
18,000 sq. ft. retail
Scheduled ground breaking: Early 2008


One Indiana Square reclad
New glass exterior
Projected completion: 2009


Approved/Proposed

Indiana Convention Center expansion (approved)
670,000 sq. ft. addition to be built after RCA Dome is demolished
Scheduled ground breaking: 2008 with completion in 2010


Penn Centre (approved)
27 story Le Meridien hotel/condos, 18 story Aloft hotel
Hotel, residential, retail
Scheduled ground breaking: January 2008


Ralston Square (approved)
11 story hotel/condo/retail; LEED certified
http://www.ralstonsquare.com
Scheduled ground breaking: Fall 2008


West Merril Tower (proposed)
24 story hotel/condos


Stutz Tower (proposed)
18 Story mixed use tower
LEED certification
Projected completion date: 2010
http://www.thestutz.com/Tower.html


Children's Museum of Indianapolis expansion
$15.7 million, 37,500 square foot expansion
Groundbreaking: Fall 2008
Projected completion: Summer 2009


960 N. Meridian (proposed)
Retail/Residential
Groundbreaking: Late 2008



The Towers on Market (proposed/on hold)
Two 20+ story towers; Residential/retail
http://www.koseneandkosene.com/thetowers/index.shtml


Legends District (proposed)
$480 million Condo/hotel/retail development
3,000 seat concert venue/theatre
175,000 sq. ft retail
www.legendsdistrict.com

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Old Posted Dec 7, 2007, 4:27 PM
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Great Job!!! There are some really exciting projects here in 'Nap!
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Intriguing. Haven't been to Indy for almost 5 years now. I would love to see some of this stuff on its way or done whenever I get back; especially the airport.
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some pretty awesome looking projects and some pretty terrible ones...but overall well done!
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Indy has some really cool projects in the works. I need to get back there soon.
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New and Improved deisgn of the JW Marriott:









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^ Damn that is pretty.
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429 on the Park (Just started construction, seems to be nicely on its way):
www.429onthepark.net


^^Adding 5 floors to that building will really create a nice mid-rise.

The Maxwell:
www.themaxwellcondos.com
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i like those last two projects the best! Man! What a pair of nice venues! Also, the Lucas Oil Stadium looks very nice.
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Proposed

18 Story mixed use tower
LEED certification
Projected completion date: 2010



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What is LEED Certification?
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What is LEED Certification?
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, granted by the US Green Building Council
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They really need to change the name of that project. I look at it and I keep seeing "Slutz" lol
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Get rid of the taser prongs on the top and I love it.

Don't tase me bro!
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Wow, that's some classy development.
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New rendering of Cosmopolitan on the Canal (thanks to CorrND's blog for finding this).

220-unit, 7 story apartment building with 18,000 sq. ft. retail on the corner of Senate Ave & Michigan St.

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Drove by the cosmopolitan on the square site today....excavation is on the way!!! couple huge cranes out there and lots of activity....hopefully a web site will be up and running soon!
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I didn't have any idea some of these projects were even going on. I am especially attracted to that JW Marriott.
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The Stutz Towers Are Unique

Someone in here said that the proposed Stutz would be great if they got rid of the so-called "taser prongs." Are you kidding me? The towers are what make that building unique. It's called creativity. I realize Hoosiers don't much like creatitivity, but keep the "taser prongs"!
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The Stutz and Legends District are the Best

Of all of the proposed building projects, the Stutz and Legends District have to happen. They are both gorgeous buildings.
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