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New Tarkington Park Renderings

We're so excited for Indy's first world class, urban park of its scale! Rundell Ernstberger released new renderings of key park features at the most recent Tarkington Park public meeting on January 20th. Click here to learn more about the project and see more images.


Looking Forward to 2015

We accomplished a lot in 2014, but we could not have done it without the generous support from our residents and community partners! A big thanks for your past encouragement as we look towards the future and plan for the year ahead.


2014 Accomplishments                         2015 Goals

-Tarkington Park Improvements

-Approval of 1st Midtown TIF bond

-Addressed public safety challenges

-38th & Illinois chosen for Great Places 2020

-New partnerships with over 25 organizations

-New annual events: The GREAT Midtown Scavenger Hunt, Midtown Holiday Soiree

-Begin Great Places 2020 project

-Completion of Phase I at Tarkington Park

-'Midtown Loves Local' brand relaunch

-Public quarterly neighborhood meetings

-Children's play area at Alice Carter Place Park

-Over $200 million of investment in developments all over Midtown



GREAT PLACES 2020: 38th & Illinois

Our Great Place is the quarter mile radius around 38th and Illinois, which will be transformed through this process in the next 6 years. However, many of our community partners are already underway with exciting projects and developments at the node, including North United Church's proposed mixed use development, Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation's facade grant program, and the Phase I of Tarkington Park that will begin construction in spring of 2015.


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