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Indy’s momentum has gotten the attention of national media from Condé Nast Traveler to Food & Wine, and earned the city USA Today’s “#1 Convention City in the U.S.” honors. Numerous major developments have the city continuously evolving and moving forward.
An expansion of the Indiana Convention Center, including a 50,000-sq.-ft. ballroom and 143,500-sq.ft. of flexible space, will connect to a new Signia by Hilton hotel, creating an unrivaled convention package. Hilton chose Indy as one of only three cities to launch its new meeting-centric Signia brand. This new property will stand 40 stories tall, offer 800 rooms, and include a top-level bar with skyline views. Another 600-room Hilton property is slated to be developed on an adjacent parcel, also connected to the center. This project is anticipated to open in 2025.
In addition, Indy has another 600+ downtown hotel rooms in the pipeline that will bring the number of hotel rooms in walking distance of the center to more than 10,000. Indy already touts the most hotels and hotel rooms connected by enclosed skywalks into a center in the U.S., and this expansion will boost those numbers to 14 properties and 6,100+ hotel rooms all under one roof.
The Bottleworks District is Indy's newest culinary, arts, and entertainment hub featuring The Garage artisan food hall, retailers, entertainment venues, and more.
The centerpiece of this cultural district is the 139-room Bottleworks Hotel. This landmark once served as the largest Coca-Cola bottling plant in the world. Between the beautifully restored terrazzo floors, plaster detailing, and brass Art Deco–patterned doors, visitors will truly step through time. With a total of 13,493 square feet of meeting space, you can create an experience your attendees won't forget.
Innovators and entrepreneurs in the fields of tech, life science, and engineering are leveraging their brain power together in Indy’s new urban innovation district, 16 Tech. The region’s top-ranking research universities and global corporations add to the creative energy and collaborative spirit, including:
Indiana Biosciences Research Institute
A national design firm has been charged with activating more than 58 miles of the White River that flows through the heart of the city, connecting more than 60 points of interest and creating recreation opportunities for visitors and residents alike.
Monument Circle, the iconic heart of the city, now is equipped with state-of-the-art light and audio technology and features a must-see, nightly patriotic salute entitled Shining A Light. For event strategists, the technology can be adapted to provide a unique experience for attendees. Imagine animation, video, and music working together to envelop attendees in a dazzling conference experience.
More Free Wifi
The Indiana Convention Center now offers free WiFi service in the facility’s public areas, including the existing food courts and lobbies A through K. The new, free WiFi service provides guests attending events the ability to check email or surf the web in the public areas of ICC, outside of the exhibit floor, meeting rooms, and ballrooms, where attendees tend to congregate and get online most.