Historic Preservation

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21c seeks $9M loan from city to turn Old City Hall into $55M hotel-museum

The project, which would add a modern 150-room hotel to the historic downtown building, also hinges on approval of an $11.3 million federal loan through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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Museum-hotel chain plans location on old City Hall property

Louisville-based 21c Museum Hotels plans to build a hotel on a surface parking lot north of the old City Hall as part of a larger redevelopment of the property, real estate sources familiar with the deal said.
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Vacant downtown building targeted for restaurant

Locally based Zink Architecture & Development is buying the vacant building near the intersection of College and Massachusetts avenues and plans to renovate it for restaurant use.
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City seeking redevelopment ideas for IRT building

Built in 1927, the city-owned landmark has served as the Indiana Repertory Theatre's home for 35 years. The city and the not-for-profit are working on a lease renewal.
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Historic church once again target of demolition

Local preservationists are rallying to save the 101-year-old church from being razed to make way for a gas station and convenience store. Its congregation wants to start fresh in a new facility.
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Not-for-profit buys endangered Vincennes theater

The restoration of the 94-year-old Pantheon Theatre, where Vincennes native Red Skelton first performed, will begin with installation of a new roof.
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West Baden church that served blacks taken off endangered list

Indiana Landmarks removed the 1920 frame building from the list because a church organization bought it for $1 and plans to obtain money for restoration.
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State mulls sale of downtown Harrison Building

The Indiana Public Retirement System plans to move out of the Harrison Building at 143 W. Market St. and is considering whether to sell the building, which has been under the agency’s ownership since 1982.
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Live Nation reaches agreement to buy Old National Centre

The entertainment promoter, which already manages the historic building and performance venue by Mass Ave, has a pending deal to buy it from the Murat Temple Association.
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Angie's List agrees to pay if jobs promise falls short

If Angie’s List fails to live up to promises fueling a taxpayer-subsidized headquarters expansion, the company will pay an undetermined amount into an escrow account for the city’s benefit.
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