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Home: Latest News • Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Unlike many suburban Indianapolis communities, Shelbyville has ditched its downtown roundabout in favor of a more linear design that has opened space for pedestrians to walk, sit, shop and eat among large grassy and tree-filled quadrants. The $23 million redevelopment project includes covered pavilions for live music or other small events, a restored fountain and a new parking garage, among many other features. (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)
Unlike many suburban Indianapolis communities, Shelbyville has ditched its downtown roundabout in favor of a more linear design that has opened space for pedestrians to walk, sit, shop and eat among large grassy and tree-filled quadrants. The $23 million redevelopment project includes covered pavilions for live music or other small events, a restored fountain and a new parking garage, among many other features. (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)
Sunday, October 24, 2021 7:38 PM
The project’s goals were to make downtown more walkable and attractive to residents to visit, eat and shop there, to entice more businesses and people to settle there, and to create more incentives for private investments in housing, retail and commercial developments
    
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