The courts had planned to move at the end of 2021 or early 2022, but COVID-related delays changed those plans.
The Department of Metropolitan Development on Thursday released two requests for proposals covering the three structures to developers.
Dates for the big move are being pushed back due to COVID-related holdups in getting some systems and equipment, such as cameras, network switches, outdoor lights and other items with computer chips.
A strip mall central to Indianapolis’ vision for the neighborhood that is home to the new Community Justice Campus is now in city hands, after years of negotiations.
Marion County Jail II manager CoreCivic is not eligible to operate at the new Criminal Justice Center because the Indianapolis City-County Council passed an ordinance in 2018 to prohibit private jail managers at the center.
A team of three contractors will build a 1,000-space garage slated to serve an office building in development by Browning Investments, as well as a 300-space garage to serve court staff.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett on Monday said he thinks the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office should relocate from downtown to the new Community Justice Campus, but that decision is still up in the air, according to Prosecutor Ryan Mears.