Office market musical chairs

May 24, 2007
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The Indiana Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and Tax Court have signed a letter of intent to move their offices to space formerly occupied by Eli Lilly & Co. at 30 S. Meridian. They're leaving National City Center. The courts plan to take 71,000 square feet, said Kite Realty Group Chief Operating Officer Tom McGowan. Kite owns 30 S. Meridian.
UPDATE: Read coverage from Indiana Lawyer here.
  • Hey Cory, do you know whats going to happen with the interim central library building once they move out? I thought I heard a while back that it might be used for the Indiana Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
  • I think the idea was originally that the Court of Appeals would take that building and the Bar building directly behind (on Ohio), vacating a great deal of space in the capitol.

    The other rumors for old city hall(/state museum/interim library) have included moving some of the execuitive and legislative functions out of the City-County Building. Think Mayor's office, City-County Council and perhaps Agency Directors.

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