Month: May 2012

Room With a View: Harding Street Lofts, 1st HI party locale

Sneak peek: Today’s Room With a View is where we’ll be having Historic Indianapolis.com’s first social gathering– hosted by Core Redevelopment at Harding Street Lofts on Thursday, May 17th, starting at 6pm–space is limited, and rsvp’s are required register here. HI will be doing a number of social events in the coming months (after the feedback received in our survey a couple of months ago). The first event will give you a chance to meet some of HI’s contributing writers and to learn about what else is coming up for HI–all while having the opportunity to check out one...

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Building Language: National Historic Landmark

National Historic Landmark. The month of May is Preservation Month and to celebrate, I’ll be featuring preservation related Building Language terms for the five Tuesdays in May! We’ll start with National Historic Landmarks. A National Historic Landmark is a structure, building, object, site, or district that has both national significance and maintains a high level of integrity (the elements that make a building “historic”). National significance means that the property connects and interprets history at the national level. To have a high level of integrity, the property should be relatively unchanged from its period of importance. Only 2,500 properties...

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