Indianapolis Business Journal

JULY 31-AUG. 6, 2020

Mickey Shuey takes a closer look at the hotel market downtown now that plans are firming up for the $550 million Pan Am Plaza project. The pandemic has had a paralyzing effect on several of the other projects in the pipeline, now that lending for hotel projects has dried up. Also in this issue, John Russell reports that some of the smaller hospitals across the state could be only months away from beginning the process of closing their doors. And Mike Lopresti has an on-the-ground report on the state of professional baseball, jumping from a college summer league game at the otherwise idle Victory Field in Indianapolis to a Reds game in Cincinnati played in a stadium without any fans.

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Marc MCaleavey & Sara Beanblossom: Why after school care is essential to reopening Indiana’s schools

What we knew before the pandemic, but now understand in new and meaningful ways, is the importance of partnerships, many of which have been nurtured over the span of years. Collaboration among all stakeholders and most importantly schools, will be essential in order to “reopen” Indiana’s schools and support our workforce economy in the most efficient and effective way.

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Letter: Community is committed to Reuben Center

The temporary closing of the REC in April was a difficult decision reached by a team of dedicated public health officials informed by the best science at the time and motivated by only one imperative: as configured, can the REC operate without increasing the likelihood that our homeless neighbors struggling with addiction and the dedicated REC staff will contract COVID?

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