A slew of new construction projects are cropping up in downtown Indianapolis. It started last July when the Greater Indy YMCA began construction of a $22 million fitness center. That continued into the fall with a $20 million IndyGo transit center south of the City-County Building. Within the next few months, two more major projects will break ground in the downtown area as well. Flaherty & Collins Properties is building a $121 million apartment tower called 360 Market Square. South of that, Cummins Inc. is getting started on a $30 million distribution headquarters; and this is just the beginning of the surge in construction and renovation in downtown Indianapolis.

Old City Hall is turning into a public space and art gallery, while another lot north of that is home to a $55 million project that will end up being a 150-room hotel. This is big news not only for the city, but for the laborers and workers who have been hit with hard times since the recession. The YMCA project alone has nearly 100 workers onsite at a time, union and non-union. The IndyGo center keeps 50 workers on the job on a daily basis.

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Source: Indianapolis Business Journal

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