The Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation is renovating a two-story building near the Central Library to serve as its new headquarters. The not-for-profit group, which now is located at the former Thomson Consumer Electronics/RCA plant on the eastside, is spending about $1.9 million to buy and renovate the building at 964 N. Pennsylvania St., said Ron Shelley, HVAF’s director of operations. The 21,000-square-foot building will house offices, meeting rooms, a community mental health clinic, showers and more than 20 sleeping rooms. The building previously was home to Midtown Mental Health, Shelley said. The Foundation hopes to move in Feb. 26. What else is happening in this area?