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river house tif bond update

The Midtown Economic Committee (MEC) will consider a request to support a proposed $2.46 million developer-backed bond supporting a development project located at 6311 Westfield Boulevard on Monday, June 12, 5:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in the Lilly Room (6050 N. Meridian Street).

 

This is a public meeting and all are welcome to come and learn more about the project.

 

There will also be a period for public comments or questions during the meeting, or you can submit comments and questions for consideration to the MEC in advance of the meeting by email or by mail to:

 

MEC

c/o Midtown Indy

3965 N. Meridian Street

Suite W1F

Indianapolis, IN 46208

 

Learn more about the River House project here.

INhp Anchor Housing program

The members of the Midtown Anchor Coalition are partnering with the Indy Chamber to incentivize people to stay or remain in Midtown Indianapolis via a new community development program. The anchor housing program gives employees from Butler University, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Christian Theological Seminary and The International School of Indiana financial assistance to purchase a home in a designated geography located in Midtown Indianapolis.

The Crown Hill Heritage Foundation is participating, too – and their program is open to two members of the public. Crown Hill Heritage Foundation’s anchor housing program offers down payment assistance to people interested in buying a home near southern Butler-Tarkington and portions of four historic Midtown neighborhoods that intersect at Maple Crossing (38th and Illinois streets). The Crown Hill Heritage Foundation’s public program will launch at 8 a.m. on Monday, May 15th. People interested in the program must apply at inhp.org/crownhill. The program is first-come, first-served, and income and eligibility restrictions apply.

 

Learn more about the program!

Learn more about the MAC.

 

The Progress and The Promise of Midtown

"Great strides have been made during 2016 to fulfill the premise and the promuse of the Midtown Future Plan to foster collective impact and mutual benefit. By balancing the needs of businesses, residents, institutions, and City leaders, the community has successfully found common ground and moved projects forward. And all are moving on postive, community-wide paths that truly benefit everyone, whether it is through the tax base or improved neighborhood services or better connectity or more publicly available greenspace."

 

Read the full article from Indy Midtown Magazine here.

 

Midtown Anchor Coalition Plan

Learn how the Midtown Anchor Coalition is working to enhance the vibrant neighborhoods of Midtown.

 

Thank you to our investors

 

For information on becoming an Investor in the 'Experience Midtown' event series, contact info@midtownindy.org.

 

 

 

Midtown Indianapolis, Inc. 3965 North Meridian Street, Suite W1F Indianapolis, IN 46208

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WHAT IS GREAT PLACES 2020?

Great Places 2020 is a collective impact approach led by six implementation partners that has launched in three places - Maple Crossing, located around the intersection of 38th and Illinois Streets; Englewood Village; and River West.

Learn more about this initiative here.

 

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