Tag Archives: wpurpose

NON-STOP

  Over ten years ago the Near West side of Indianapolis presented itself as an area in early transition.  By researching its rich and diverse past, it was clear that the phenomenon of being lost and rediscovered is very much part of the Near West […]

INDYGO TRANSIT STOP

In 2013, w/purpose collaborated with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, IndyGO, Arlington High School, City Departments, local utilities, developers and residents to transform an outdated transit stop in Indy’s N.E. Corridor. w/purpose designed a creative transit experience and worked to secure a Project Green Space Grant through […]

Downtown Indy Bike Hub seeing new “MOVEMENT”

At a recent Spirit & Place Event hosted at Indianapolis Museum of Art, local artists, architects, curators, journalists, creative hipsters, and fashionistas joined in a discussion that teased out one question: What can urban design learn from fashion? Interesting enough…right? To answer the question, w/purpose […]

Connecting 38th Street – regeneration, urban living, place making

By MELISSA FEARS // Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper New changes along 38th Street are coming, or so the residents hope, as street and transit construction begins along the Northeast corridor of the city. “By inviting friends, neighbors and stakeholders to the table to discuss a vision […]

Smith: Ideas to enliven Monument Circle came flooding in

Erika Smith – Indianapolis Star April 19th, 2011 Ideas to enliven Monument Circle came flooding in One of my favorite things to do in the spring and summer is sit on Monument Circle and read a book. I almost always draw strange looks and, for […]

Connect – 38th Street Corridor Study

  INDIANAPOLIS – While portions of 38th Street find themselves completed or well under construction, the corridor between Fall Creek Parkway and Arlington Avenue have yet to be considered for renovation nearly 63 years since the once-flourishing, streetcar neighborhoods made their debut in Indianapolis.  An […]

Made in Indiana – Tomlinson Tap Room

Walking out of our first meeting, it was clear that “MADE IN INDIANA” would be the underlying campaign in honoring not just Indiana beers, but also honoring a narrative on Indiana craft, community space, and creativity.  There is often an enormous commitment in suggesting an […]