About Downtown Indy

Downtown Indy exists to continually improve Downtown Indianapolis. Downtown Indy is action-oriented and empowered to address critical issues that affect the growth, well-being and user-friendliness of Downtown. It's the only non-profit organization charged with developing, managing, activating and marketing Downtown to make Downtown a better place to work, live, learn and play.

Focused on vision, vitality and velocity for a strong Downtown

  • Strategically plan and integrate development
  • Retain and recruit businesses and developers
  • Expand the residential base
  • Improve consumer confidence in public safety
  • Beautify and improve cleanliness
  • Enhance public spaces
  • Assure affordable, abundant and convenient parking
  • Improve transportation/traffic flow Downtown
  • Market Downtown with cooperative initiatives
  • Maximize the economic impact of events
  • Manage and activate Georgia Street
  • Implement Velocity, a five-year strategic plan for Downtown, began in 2014

Mile Square Property Owners: Vote Yes

Property owners were sent a petition packet at the end of the year regarding the Mile Square Economic Improvement District. The proposed EID is an economic improvement model that will provide financial resources to help Downtown strengthen its position to sustain momentum and competitiveness. (Property owners would control EID funds.) Vote YES (by May 11th) to ensure the betterment of your property and the future of your neighborhood. Read a letter from property owners.

Downtown Patron Program

The Downtown Indy, Inc. Patron Program is a unique individual engagement opportunity, designed for ALL Downtown enthusiasts - residents, students, visitors and champions. Your $35 investment will continue to move our Downtown forward (and as a bonus, you'll get some perks that give you access to the people, places and events that make our Downtown special). Downtown Indy invites you to become a patron today.

Velocity Strategic Plan

Velocity 5 Year Strategic Plan


DI's Online Resources

Website: http://www.downtownindy.org/

Neighborhood Guide: http://www.downtownindy.org/live

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DowntownIndy

Twitter: https://twitter.com/indydt