Indianapolis Business Journal

MARCH 6-12, 2020

Anthony Schoettle reports that the long-planned 16 Tech Innovation District along Indiana Avenue has reached a pivotal moment. The first office building in the $500 million project will open in June, which could serve as a catalyst for tremendous growth on the 50-acre campus and elsewhere downtown. Also in this week’s issue, Mickey Shuey takes a close look at the effects so far of the coronavirus epidemic on Indianapolis’ tourism industry. And Lindsey Erdody unpacks the tensions between state lawmakers and Indianapolis officials as the Legislature considers several bills aimed directly the Circle City. Some folks say lawmakers are inserting themselves too far into local affairs.

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Editorial: IndyGo stuck in pothole of its own making

If IndyGo is to move forward with the next phases of its rapid-transit system—which we believe is crucial to the economic vitality of a huge swath of the city’s workers—it must shore up the community’s confidence in its ability to operate effectively and avoid future political gaffes.

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