Indianapolis, Indiana – The well-known Old City Hall of Indianapolis, with a history spanning 113 years, is poised for significant refurbishments. Although these renovations have been long awaited, they promise to invigorate the building’s vitality.
The proposal envisions a $140 million building soaring 32 stories high, earmarked for office accommodations, residential quarters, and hospitality suites. Paying homage to the building’s historical significance, a public art gallery will be opened within the Old City Hall, seamlessly intertwining Indianapolis’s storied past with its present-day aspirations.
The redevelopment initiative is slated to break ground in the latter part of this year and aims for a culmination by early 2030. The overarching mission is a comprehensive revitalization of the building and its adjacent parking expanse, enhancing the metropolitan vista. The fruition of this venture largely hinges on the city’s endorsement of a tax incentive, ensuring the requisite financial backing.