Check out the latest tech news happening in Stadium Village –> http://www.ibj.com/articles/62631-tech-company-levementum-plans-local-expansion-new-jobs?utm_source=eight-at-8&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=2017-02-22
Below are some historic photos where you can see the former Wood High School (Currently Union525) in the background. Photo taken at 601 South Russell – (the current Prince Alexander Architecture) parking lot.
Check out this article about the history of the Stadium Village and the Old Southside
The rich history of Allison can be discovered right here in Stadium Village. If interested in more info click on this link http://www.downtownindy.org/member-profile/rolls-royce-james-a-allison-exhibition-center/
There will be no meeting tomorrow for the SVBA.
However, there are several topics that we are working on for January.
1) Vince Shimp is planning a development in the 900 block of S. Meridian Street. Vince’s representative presented to our Dev. Comm. earlier this month. Stay tuned for more info. We may have this on the agenda in January.
2) The new City Administration seems to be warming up to us and is willing to meet with us in January. We are presenting a “Live, Work, and Play” development plan to them on Jan. 30th to see if they will implement a TIF district in our area. We will have a rough draft for you at the next meeting in January.
3) Jeff Miller, our City-County Councilman has asked us to weigh in on the digital billboard issue before the City. You can help decide the direction for digital signs in Indy. Here is the new Department of Metropolitan Development (DMD) survey where you can share your thoughts: www.surveymonkey.com/r/indysigns2.
Happy Holidays from your Stadium Village Board!!
Steve Alexander, Tom Dale, John Bragg, and Kevin Martin
Stadium Village gets some attention for the new developments happening in our area. Check out the coverage here–> http://www.wthr.com/article/new-marriott-hotel-to-be-built-across-from-lucas-oil-stadium
Look at the following articles highlighting the developments at the Brougher Building (former Wood High School) and introducing the new neighbors we have in our area: