Indy Expansion to Transform City

Over the next two years, Indianapolis’s convention infrastructure will transform into what city officials hope will be a top-tier meetings destination and one of the most pedestrian-friendly convention cities in the country. The city is in the process of expanding its convention center and a building a new downtown stadium for exhibitions and events. The projects will cost $1 billion and nearly double the amount of exhibit space. Also, some 1,500 new hotel rooms are being built around the

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