Riley Area Development Corporation is excited to announce the way ahead with the strategic plan for 2013-2016. We’re really looking forward to new opportunities and projects that aim to inspire innovation, create business, and attract outsiders to our local neighborhoods.
We believe that Mass Ave and our cultural districts have a lot to offer, we want to continue the trend by continuing our mission in housing, community and economic development while making our neighborhoods attractive. We want our public spaces to be raved about for years to come.
Riley is in the business of making memories and creating opportunities. We think that our strategic plan will enable us to identify new and ongoing opportunities that demonstrate just how wonderful our city is. Please join and support us!
We’re excited to take the opportunity to share with our donors and community members a survey that we have created, courtesy of Survey Monkey. The survey is one of our recent efforts to extend our thanks in YOUR continued support for our area revitalization projects. We want to know what you think, what we can do better, and get an idea of what the community is looking for to better support the residents of Indianapolis! Please take a moment to complete it, we value your input!
Trail Side will have 69 affordable apartments on the upper three floors and 11,000 sq. ft. of retail space on the first. Tenant parking will be in an underground garage. Projected opening time is in the first quarter of 2012. The developers are Riley Area Development Corporation and Monument Realty. Monument Construction is the construction manager.
Representative Andre Carson, US House of Representatives
From left to right, Brian Murphy, President, Monument Realty; Bill Gray, Executive Director, Riley Area Development Corporation; Bud Myers, Executive Director, Indianapolis Housing Agency (IHA)
Fred Hash, Director of Business Development, Great Lakes Capital Fund and President of the Board, Riley Area Development Corporation
Councillor Jackie Nytes, City County Council
John Kinman, Vice President, Non-Profit Services, National Bank of Indianapolis
Maury Plambeck, Director, Department of Metropolitan Development, City of Indianapolis