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Industrial Reuse: Linking Economic Opportunities with Targeted Urban Places

LISC and partners unveiled an economic cluster study that will inform Indianapolis as we begin a more intentional and collaborative approach to revitalizing our legacy industrial districts. The study explores the infrastructure and potential of the industrial landscape in Indianapolis examined alongside the projected growth of the local B2B, technology, and food manufacturing and distribution clusters. The study features the combined knowledge of respected firms in this field: Mass Economics, RW Ventures, Bookman, Capraro Associates and Jones Lang LaSalle. Download the Executive Summary: Linking Regional Economic Clusters with Target Urban Places and the Development on Tap: Industrial Reuse Presentation. For the full report, visit … Continued

LISC, the Colts and the NFL Foundation Partner to Create New Public Football Field

Indianapolis Parks Foundation (IPF) is the recipient of a $200,000 grant through Indianapolis LISC, the Colts and the NFL Foundation Grassroots Program, a partnership between National LISC and the NFL Foundation. The grant is part of a total of $2.5 million slated by city officials to refurbish public fields this year. The City of Indianapolis and IPF designated $1.5 million in funding to build a public athletic field at Historic Central Greens. The former hospital site will feature over $52 million in current and planned development, including the new Christel House Academy Charter School, student housing, apartments, office space, a … Continued

United Way of Central Indiana Endorses Centers for Working Families Model

LISC and United Way collaborate to pave path forward for working families in Indianapolis Ann Murtlow, President and CEO of United Way of Central Indiana (UWCI), announced a partnership with LISC to benefit working families in Indianapolis. Since 2007, LISC has invested $4.5 million to implement the CWF model in Indianapolis. Indianapolis Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), has funded CWF since 2007 through the Family Success Initiative, providing annual operating grants to the CWF network. LISC currently operates six CWF neighborhood centers and a center at Ivy Tech Community College, providing bundled services to empower working … Continued

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