Posted by Kevin Kastner in Historical Posts
on Jul 25th, 2008 | 18 comments
10th Street, from Woodruff Place to Sherman Drive, might be the longest stretch of dense semi-commercial development in Indianapolis. It does not have the best reputation for safety; however, during my walk, the street was alive with activity. I have always wanted to feature it on this blog, as I feel it has great potential, as long as it isn’t abandoned.
The new community center. I like the integration of the bus stop with the building:
Community Center’s Extension, which is an historic apartment.
Across the street:
More of the community center building:
I like peace:
Tick Tock lounge. I love that checkerboard pattern:
The corner of Rural and 10th. Somebody has put a lot of time into this area. Later, I saw a cop car careening around this corner with its lights on, right out of a movie.
The original “green roof”:
Here was a surprise, a new, modern looking school:
Some good stained glass in this building, didn’t get a very good capture of it:
The old Rivoli is still standing. May it continue to do so:
Someone decided to paint some of the boards:
Looks in good shape: