Downtown Hyatt, National City Center to get $14M facelift

The Hyatt Regency Indianapolis and National City Center will undergo a $14 million renovation that is set to begin next week.

The bulk of the redesign—$11 million—will go toward adding 10,000 square feet of meeting space, an Italian/American restaurant, a Starbucks coffee shop and upgrading a lounge in the lobby of the downtown hotel.

National City will spend $3 million to renovate the main entrance and elevator lobbies, among other plans for the building, owned by Massachusetts-based HRPT Properties Trust.

The project, which also includes new stone flooring, is expected to be completed by mid-July.

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