A few weeks back, IBJ reported on early proposals for the vacant former Winona Memorial Hospital. The five-story property is saddled with about $2 million in unpaid taxes and soon will become public property. So far, two groups have stepped up with ideas: The Childrenâ€™s Museum of Indianapolis wants the city to tear down the building on North Meridian Street and clean up the site so it can build a community park and outdoor learning center. And a private firm that specializes in environmentally impaired properties wants to remove all the asbestos and renovate it into senior apartments, keeping what had been a for-profit hospital on the tax rolls. Both groups expect to make their pitch for the property at 3232 N. Meridian St. after the city takes ownership. The full story is here. IBJ’s editorial board weighs in on the issue here.