IBJ Podcast: Downtown hotel projects pipeline largely intact despite pandemic

The pandemic wreaked havoc on the hospitality industry in Indianapolis and across the nation.

Still, IBJ reporter Mickey Shuey finds that many of the hotels in the planning stages for downtown Indianapolis before the pandemic are still moving forward today. In fact, three hotels have opened since COVID-19 struck the state in March 2020.

Host Mason King chats with Shuey about the state of the hotel industry in Indy and which projects are completed, underway and on hold.

For more, read Shuey’s story detailing the city’s downtown hotel pipeline.

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