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New Poll Shows Support for Mass Transit Referendum in Marion County

New Poll Shows Support for Mass Transit Referendum in Marion County
Indy’s Congregation Action Network commissioned a poll for the upcoming Mass Transit referendum. The results are encouraging to supporters, however I’m going to take this with a grain of salt. This is an organization that supports transit, and not an independent media source. Still, I figured it would be good to link it here in case anyone was curious to see a potential reading of the November electorate. Without some independent polls, though, we can’t average out the results to find a better gauge. Social Media ...
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Red Line Public Meetings begin next week

Red Line Public Meetings begin next week
With the Red Line approaching the final stages of planning, the Department of Public Works and IndyGo is holding a series of meetings for public input. We encourage the public to attend and express support for expanding transit options here in Indianapolis. Dates, times, and locations are listed below. I’m hoping to attend the one at the College Avenue Library next Thursday:   Social Media ...
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Mixed Use Apartment Proposal for Fountain Square

Mixed Use Apartment Proposal for Fountain Square
A new proposal has been filed with the Indianapolis Department of Development for a multi-story mixed-use building on Prospect Street, just east of Santorini. The developer is Jackson Development, with architecture from Blackline: There are some quibbles, namely a lack of landscaping along Prospect. But overall, this is a relatively solid infill project.   Social Media ...
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New Mixed-Use Structure Proposed for Mass Ave’s East End

New Mixed-Use Structure Proposed for Mass Ave’s East End
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission has posted renderings of a small, 3 story tall infill building next to the former R Bistro on the East End of Mass Avenue:   These are the types of infill projects that are the signs of a healthy corridor. Historically, there used to be a similar sized building on this lot, but it is much rarer to see new construction of this type of footprint. Social Media ...
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Announcing new area meetup called Strong Indianapolis

Announcing new area meetup called Strong Indianapolis
I am very excited to officially announce a new area meetup called Strong Indianapolis that seeks to empower a local community of like-minded individuals who care about Indianapolis and want to see it flourish. We seek to continually make sure that Indianapolis is a livable, sustainable and desirable city for all people who live or just visit. What exactly does that mean? Let me give you some history about it and myself that might help explain things. I’ve lived in Indianapolis for over ten years, first having moved here from Milwaukee to attend college at Butler University. Due to my career...
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