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Identification

Three Mass
Three Mass Ave
267912

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
brick
limestone
applied masonry
white light brown brown
postmodernism
flat roof with 2 boxes

Usages

residential condominium mercantile
parking (private)

Facts

  • The building fronts both Massachusetts Avenue and East New York Street, with a modified roughly trapezoidal footprint.
  • It is the tallest building in the city to take advantage of the 45 degree angle provided by the radial streetplan, and mimic the size, shape, and scale of the Knights of Pythias Building, which stood on the adjacent block to the southwest until the late 1960's.
  • The first six floors are of red brick and mimic the masonry and stone vernacular in the surrounding Chatham Arch/Massachusetts Avenue Historic District.
  • Floors 7 through 10 are each set back from the floor below to allow for private terraces, with a prominent curved profile at the southwestern corner. The penthouse will open to a rooftop deck.
  • Upon completion, this was the largest building in the city to feature a green roof, open to building residents as a private park.
  • Three Mass Avenue directly abuts circa-1874 Hammond Block, a 3-story flatiron building at the northeast corner of Massachusetts Avenue and East New York Street.

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Location

307-333 Massachusetts Avenue
210-224 East New York Street
333 Massachusetts Avenue
46204
Center Township
Indianapolis
Indiana
U.S.A.

Technical Data

140.50 ft
124.00 ft
124.00 ft
10
2
Dec 2007
2009
0

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Features & Amenities

  • Balconies are available
  • Green roof is present
  • Terraces are available
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