Indianapolis Business Journal

SEPTEMBER 4-10, 2017

Five years into his job as leader of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Charles Venable has charted a definitive course for the institution that leads outdoors. Lou Harry examines the push to emphasize the museum’s grounds and experiential attractions—some say to the detriment of its mission as a museum. Also in this week’s issue, Lindsey Erdody reveals that the city of Westfield has quietly purchased the Grand Park Events Center and taken responsibility for its $26.6 million construction loan. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry shows off some of the best games from the 50th edition of Gen Con.

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Land bank adds commercial properties

City officials are turning to the not-for-profit Renew Indianapolis to market and sell industrial sites, adding to its responsibilities reaching far beyond residential properties and vacant lots.

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