Anyone traveling around downtown knows that almost everything is under construction. That’s great news for this blog, of course. This post, while not all-inclusive, is intended to give readers a photographic update on a number of recent projects.
Indy Bike Hub:
The most recent addition to downtown is an exciting one. Once a food court, the Indy Bike Hub now houses a YMCA, Bicycle Garage store, and the Indy Cog headquarters.
As part of the Rebuild Indy project, Market Street is undergoing some much-needed repairs, including ADA ramps across from the City County Building.
The Cultural Trail is currently under construction along Washington Street. Included is a shot of a car parked along it in front of the Conrad. Lovely.
Glick Peace Walk
In conjunction with the Cultural Trail, the downtown portion of the Glick Peace Walk has been installed:
New Businesses and other assorted improvements:
The Libertine, Neal Brown’s latest venture, is a cool spot for food, cocktails, and conversation:
We have our lady back!
Indianapolis Colts Grille has taken the place of the Off-Track Betting space in Embassy Suites:
The Convention Center isn’t particularly new, but I haven’t posted about it, so here it is:
Last, but certainly not least, is the Georgia Street project. I’m going to call it Georgia Street, regardless of whether or not it gets renamed to something lame.
There is so much going on around town that it is difficult to keep track of everything. If I missed anything big, please mention so in the comments.