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Athletic Club Condominiums

Identification

Athletic Club Condominiums
Indianapolis Athletic Club
118686

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
brick
applied masonry
brown
renaissance revival

Usage

fitness center residential condominium

Facts

  • This building was the next-to-last major clubhouse building downtown. The Indianapolis Athletic Club was traditionally a seat of Democratic political power, while the Columbia Club Building, 3 blocks south on Monument Circle, catered more to Republicans.
  • The last major renovation of the club facilities was in 1966 by the Charles C. Brandt Construction Company.
  • The Indianapolis Athletic Club was the site of a major fire on February 5, 1992. Two Indianapolis firefighters and one club guest were killed.
  • The club closed in September 2004, after 80 years of operations. Initial plans to maintain some of the upper-level hotel rooms and some of the club facilities were eventually put aside, instead maintaining the athletic facilities for the building's new residents.
  • A proposal by RAB Investments & Eaton Investments to renovate the upper floors of the Indianapolis Athletic Club into luxury condominiums was cancelled in early 2002. As part of the project, the club's athletic and meeting facilities would have been modernized and a new Indianapolis Athletic Club Hotel would have been constructed just to the west.

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Location

350 North Meridian Street
46204
U.S.A.

Technical Data

137.50 ft
136.00 ft
120.00 ft
194.17 ft
100.83 ft
10
3
1922
1923
2005
4
$1,294,451

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construction company, developer, electrical contractor, general contractor, MEP engineering, real estate agent, shell construction, structural engineering