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‘Electric Works’ chosen as name for future GE campus

Thursday, May 25, 2017 6:50 pm

‘Electric Works’ chosen as name for future GE campus

| The Journal Gazette

Courtesy An artist rendering of the future General Electric campus.

Courtesy An artist rendering of the future General Electric campus.

Electric Works, a name that pays homage to General Electric and its former workforce, has been chosen for the $300 million mixed-use development planned for the former campus, the project’s developers announced Thursday evening. Read more…

Abandoned P.R. Mallory factory to get new life as Purdue high school

ibj.com
October 3, 2016
Purdue Polytechnic High plan

The long-abandoned P.R. Mallory factory on the east side of Indianapolis will get new life now that Purdue University has chosen to locate its new polytechnic high school at the facility.
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Mass Ave Industrial Corridor Short Film

rileyarea.org

DURING THE SPRING OF 2016 , RILEY AREA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION WORKED WITH ASA GAUEN OF YARDBOX FILMS TO CREATE A SHORT PROMOTIONAL VIDEO FOR THE MASS AVE INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR. THIS FILM CAPTURES THE REDEVELOPMENT STORY AND THE MANY PEOPLE WORKING AND COMPANIES MAKING PRODUCTS IN THIS AREA. YOU CAN VIEW THE VIDEO HERE. THIS VIDEO WAS CREATED TO BE A TOOL FOR A VARIETY OF LOCAL STAKEHOLDERS TO USE WHEN PROMOTING OR SHARING INFORMATION ABOUT THE AREA. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO OPENED THEIR DOORS AND WERE INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT INCLUDING LISC INDIANAPOLIS.

Mass Ave industrial corridor poised for cleanup

ibj.com
November 28, 2015
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Several vacant buildings in the Mass Ave/Brookside Industrial Corridor are on the market but need major repairs. (IBJ photo/Scott Olson)

The lesser-known stretch of Massachusetts Avenue just outside downtown is littered with vacant industrial buildings that long ago gave way to larger warehouses surrounding parts of the city’s outer loop.
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Sirmax to Break Ground on Anderson Facility

InsideINdianaBusiness.com Report

6/8/2015

State and local officials will join executives from Sirmax North America, Inc. Wednesday in Anderson to break ground on a new production facility. The unit of Italy-based Sirmax, Inc. announced plans in January plans to invest more than $25 million to build its first North American production operation in the Madison County city. The 141,000 square foot facility is expected to be operation this fall and create 50 jobs with salaries averaging $40,000 annually. Read more…