Since the competition kickoff in June, Michelle Delk, Partner and Director of Landscape Architecture, and Matt McMahon have participated in a series of site visits to the Crane Bay with the Ambrose Property Group team and our partners at HR&A and Moody Nolan. Our other partners include Art Strategies, Chris Wangro, and Arup.
The Waterside Design Competition is seeking to transform the former General Motors Chevrolet Division Commercial Body Plant into an artistically and architecturally programmable space. The Crane Bay and the plaza will be connected to downtown Indianapolis and become a neighborhood centerpiece and world-class cultural attraction.
Led by Ambrose Property Group, in partnership with Central Indiana Community Foundation and with design competition direction from Exhibit Columbus, this design competition is supported by a grant from Lilly Endowment’s “Strengthening Indianapolis Through Arts and Cultural Innovation” initiative.
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