In our first installment of the “Our People, Their Stories” interview series, we interviewed Kimberly Woolfolk, the Economic Development Coordinator VISTA.
Buy Indy East
We promise to create healthy commercial corridors that provide desirable neighborhood goods, services, and amenities that serve our residents and become a regional destination for shopping, dining, and recreation.
Increase Economic Activity
Commercial District Development
Arts-based Community Development
Strategically target neighborhood-centered commercial redevelopment nodes to implement Arts-based Community Development (ABCD) initiatives as an economic a catalyst for commercial development, entrepreneurship and creative programming.
Implement Innovative Infrastructure
View the full Buy IndyEast Promise Zone strategy
Are you interested in learning more about the strategy behind Buy IndyEast goals? Access the full Promise Zone Goals & Strategy or those specific to Buy.
Buy IndyEast Promise Zone Funding History
Federal Funding Leveraged for Buy IndyEast: $58,284,990
Buy IndyEast Map
Buy IndyEast map shows the area’s key assets and developments that the promise zone has focused on like the 10 East Arts District, the East Washington Street Plan, and IndyGo bus routes as an alternative method of transportation. The map also shows new businesses since the promise zone designation.
News and Resources
Read the latest updates about Buy IndyEast projects, awarded grants, and milestones.
Indianapolis Mayor, Joe Hogsett, names Martindale-Brightwood as a Lift Indy neighborhood, joining the Near North Corridor as the second