A specialist in terra cotta will assess the integrity of the structures and suggest options that could range from on-site reinforcement and preservation to off-site storage and eventual reconstruction.
The 8,500-square-foot residential space features a private elevator that will provide access to Red the Steakhouse, which is expected to open on the ground level in April, in addition to several other amenities.
A redevelopment of the three buildings, led by Flaherty & Collins, will make way for 38 apartment units for residents 55 and older. The project pays homage to Martinville's history as a mineral-springs hotbed.
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission wants the developer of a proposed mixed-use project including condos, town houses and single-family dwellings to take another shot at addressing commissioners' concerns.