The historic Beth-El Temple is vacant but not empty of meaning. We’re hunting for reuse ideas for the Neo-Classical- style building in Indianapolis’s Mapleton-Fall Creek neighborhood.
We’re repurposing Evansville’s two-toned blue Greyhound Station as a restaurant, scheduled to open in late fall 2016 as Bru Burger at the Greyhound.
Indiana Landmarks partners with Herron High School to save Heslar Naval Armory in Indianapolis.
To save it, we moved a tiny Evansville house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s right-hand man.
Our pilot program trains congregations to fundraise—not the traditional fish fry model—and harness their historic houses of worship for outreach and growth.
How did a 1933 Chicago World’s Fair landmark end up in Indiana? Find out how we’re saving it, with help from the National Trust.