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​​Welcome to the Division of Redevelopment
​The mission of the Redevelopment Division of the Department of Metropolitan Development is to leverage staff expertise, funding, and other resources to transform unused and under-used properties in Indianapolis into assets for the economy and the community. The Division targets brownfields, vacant and abandoned housing, and urban blight. Its goals include economic development, job creation, housing choice, commercial development, and public green space. Through dedication and the engagement of residents and stakeholders, the City’s Redevelopment Division strives daily to meet those goals in powerful and transformative ways.​

Happening Now
Public Notice: Request for Proposals
Notice is hereby given by the Department of Metropolitan Development (DMD), that on the 4th day of January, 2017 at 1 p.m., local time, the Metropolitan Development Commission (MDC), in the Public Assembly Room of the City-County Building, 200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, will open and consider written offers for the sale of certain parcel(s) of real estate, the location of which is described as follows:

Land Description-0.135 acre
400 Block of Toledo Street 
Part of Tax Parcel #1101547

The packet may be downloaded here ​ or a hard copy picked up in our Department of Metropolitan Development Office at 200 E. Washington Street, Suite 2042.

Adaptive Reuse of Fire Station 16
The DMD team hosted a public engagement meeting to gather insight from local stakeholders regarding potential adaptive reuses for the recently closed Indianapolis Fire Department Station 16 at 5555 N. Illinois St. During this meeting, DMD team members and area residents discussed community needs, wants, and don't wants, as well as examples of fire station reuses. 
Examples of national and local fire station reuse