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Beautiful reuse
Collaboration between a property owner, developer, and Indiana Landmarks has resulted in a redevelopment plan with a historic Jeffersonville house as its centerpiece.

A new patio home development, Perrin Pointe II, will incorporate the c.1890 Hoffman house as two condominium units.
The Kessler Bridges
Every day in Indianapolis, hundreds of drivers pass over architectural gems hidden in plain sight: sculptural concrete and stone bridges, an early twentieth century gift from landscape architect and urban planner George Kessler.

In 1911, the Indianapolis Star called the new Capitol Avenue bridge over Fall Creek, “one of the most artistic structures in the city.”
Mid-Century standouts
A unique collection of mid-century landmarks in Rensselaer is earning recognition with help from Indiana Landmarks' Partners in Preservation Program and our Indiana Modern affinity group.

Rensselaer architect Frank Fischer designed Schwietermann Hall (1963) at St. Joseph’s College.


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Rescue Party

Rescue Party

Plan now to attend our annual benefit for Indiana Landmarks' Endangered Places program on April 26.


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Living legacy

In the early nineteenth century, one man shaped the look and feel of many Indiana cities. His legacy lives on.


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Indiana Landmarks Center

Indiana Landmarks Center

Unique historic venue for weddings, receptions, events, corporate meetings & parties. Free parking.


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