Midtown Holiday Home Tour November 13-14
Join us November 13th & 14th 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the return of the Midtown Holiday Home Tour presented by Ivy Tech Community College.
After a brief pause in 2020 due the pandemic, this nearly 40 year running tour features some of Indy’s most remarkable homes. As Indianapolis celebrates its Bicentennial, visit some of the historic homes built by families that have played an important role in shaping the city’s history.
Important Project Updates
Did you miss the August 19 virtual update on three significant development projects around Tarkington Park? Learn more below or click on the appropriate link to watch the video of the program. Read more
Join Our Team
Are you looking for a creative way to cultivate an equitable, healthy, and sustainable community? Do you have a passion for collaboration? Are you willing and able to seize insurmountable opportunities?
Midtown Indy is looking to hire a motivated community builder as its Program & Events Coordinator. The position works collaboratively with Midtown’s diverse groups of partner organizations and area stakeholders. This position provides vital program and operational support including: communication, public engagement, event planning, business development, and core office operations in fulfillment of the mission of Midtown Indy.
RFQ Issued for Concord Building Rehab
In partnership with the Kheprw Institute, and New Life Development Ministries, Midtown Indy has issued a Request for Qualifications seeking a Construction Manager for an upcoming commercial construction/renovation project which seeks to upgrade the Concord Building, 3802 N Illinois Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208. For details or to download the RFQ, read more.
The Black Legacy Project
The Black Legacy Project is a site-specific installation located at The Concord building in Indianapolis, Indiana.
“The Concord” as it has been called has a long-standing relationship in the Butler-Tarkington Community. Its architecture has been situated at the northwest corner of 38th and Illinois streets for 86 years. The 10,000 square-foot brick building has been the talk of the neighborhood for years and has been a casual observer of the neighborhood’s rich history.
Help Keep Indy Safe
Mayor Joe Hogsett and the City of Indianapolis want to make it as easy as possible for residents to find the community programs and services aimed at helping those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Midtown Indy is making a difference.
Who We Are
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the economic growth and revitalization of a 12-square mile region known as the midtown of Indianapolis.
What We Do
Our focus is on activation — making things happen by creating connections and advocating for projects and programs that impact quality of life and economic vitality in Indianapolis’ Midtown.