Box Factory Development Near Completion Along North Mass Corridor

(photo courtesy of Indiana Business Journal) Stenz Construction Corporation in November 2016 bought the previous U.S. Corrugated-Fibre Box Company (predecessor to LDI Ltd.) on 1411 Roosevelt Avenue, just north of the Circle City Industrial Complex. Now called The Box Factory, the gargantuan building is 140,000 square feet and will include offices, an indoor recreation facility, and retail space. The project […]

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The Union – A Unique and Innovative Place to Call Home in the Eastside

Three years ago, the John Boner Neighborhood Center asked the Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School, “what their biggest barrier for students was, and what they could do to provide them support?” “Student mobility has been a challenge Thomas Gregg staff has faced each year” replied Ross Pippin, Executive Director of Thomas Gregg Neighborhood School, a nonprofit organization within the IPS innovation […]

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RecycleForce Receives $4 million Pathway Home Grant from U.S. Department of Labor

“Reducing recidivism is tied to a meaningful job. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration recognizes the dignity of work, especially for the forgotten men and women of America,” said Assistant Secretary of Employment and Training John Pallasch. With this commitment, the U.S. Department of Labor distributed $64,395,062 in Pathway Home grants to 20 recipients in 15 states […]

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National Coalition of Promise Zones 2020 Federal Convening

From August 20th to September 3rd, IndyEast Promise Zone partners are invited to connect with federal agencies and organizations from across the country, sharing resources and best practices on place-based collective community development at the first annual National Coalition of Promise Zones Federal Convening. This convening is a virtual series of workshops, covering a wide array of topics and information […]

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NEAR and Shepherd Open the New Minnie Hartmann Childcare Center, an Accumulation of 6 Years of Planning

Near East Area Renewal (NEAR) and Shepherd Community Center celebrated the opening of the childcare portion of the Minnie Hartmann Childcare Center, part of a project that was an accumulation of six years of planning. The former IPS School #78, the now Minnie Hartmann Center is an intergenerational shared site with a new full-day childcare center, as well as 64 […]

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New Eastside Public Library in Martingdale-Brightwood

We are excited to announce the new opening of the Martingdale-Brightwood Public Library. This new building will replace the Brightwood Branch across the street, which has served the community since 1972. Located at 2434 N. Sherman Drive, the 15,000 square feet library hopes to increase “access to lifelong learning and mental recreation for neighbors of all ages,” said Amina Pierson […]

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Join a Community Action Team Today!

So what does a Community Action Team (CAT) do? Residents in the Eastside neighborhood can become CAT members. Each CAT are limited to 15 residents per year, and neighbors can only serve one CAT per year. CAT members meet bi-monthly (every two months). CATs and a representative of a lead agency work collaboratively in identifying resources, meeting space, and creating […]

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Eastside Celebrates a “New Hub of Possibility and Opportunity”, the New P.R. Mallory Campus

A brief history of the P.R. Mallory Campus: It was originally home to the first Indianapolis baseball team in 1900. In 1906, the Wonderland Amusement Park took over the site. With some financial struggles, the site would then be destroyed by fire in 1911. From there the P.R. Mallory Headquarters would run as an industrial powerhouse, producing a game “Finance” […]

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