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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

"This project means a great deal to the future residents of downtown Indianapolis and the vision for a walkable, bikeable and connected downtown. We are excited to get started."

Same old, same old. Who else, but ....

This link. Quoting the gentleman, per the headline of this post.

So there is no doubt it is the-real-thing and no imposter's press release, there is this:

The development consists of 292 luxury one, two and three-bedroom apartment residences that will feature floor-to-ceiling glass, solar shades, quartz countertops in kitchens and baths, gourmet kitchens with energy efficient appliances that include side-by-side refrigerators and recessed balconies. Select units will include private terraces.

Residential amenities include a Sky Terrace at the top level with gorgeous panoramic views of Downtown Indianapolis. A 5th level amenity deck will offer a resort-style heated saltwater pool with sundeck and cabanas, aqua lounge, elevated bark park with pet grooming area, Sport Court and Great Lawn, an outdoor kitchen, fireside lounge and grilling areas with a view of Monument Circle.

Additionally, residents will enjoy a 24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness center, resident lounge and clubroom with billiards, wine storage, business center, Wi-Fi throughout common areas, electric car charging stations, controlled building access, garage parking, secured bike storage and bike repair shop. Concierge services will include dry cleaning and laundry drop off service.

Yep. The real deal. Them amenities, they are the proof in the pudding.

That salt water pool. I bet it clinched the deal. How can anything be overpriced, with 24-hour fitness and concierge services? If you'd fret over pricing, unit square footage for the price, you are not the type it is aimed at.

___________FURTHER UPDATE___________
The project, at 648,561 square feet, will have an additional 2,000 square feet of retail space and a 600-space parking garage.

2000/648,561 = 0.3% token retail. Yep. It's the man. How do you figure the parking is financed?

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