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The Indianapolis Star Building

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Identification

The Indianapolis Star Building
Star-News Building, Meridian Life Building, Arthur Jordan Building
215849

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Structure in General

low-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
steel
brick
applied masonry
red
modernism

Usages

office

Facts

  • The Indianapolis Star is the largest newspaper in the State of Indiana.
  • The southern part of the tallest section was formerly the Meridian Life Building (Rubush & Hunter) and featured an elaborate terra-cotta facade. The major expansion around 1950 was constructed by F.A. Wilhelm and Hugh J. Baker to the designs of Bohlen, Meyer, Gibson & Associates.

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Location

301-315 North Pennsylvania Street
300-314 North Talbott Street, 102-116 East New York Street
307 North Pennsylvania Street
46204
Center Township
Indianapolis
Indiana
U.S.A.

Technical Data

94.00 ft
7
1909
1910
1949
2015

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