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The future of medicine in central Indiana will soon be on the rise in downtown Indianapolis.
Indiana University School of Medicine broke ground Wednesday on a $230 million medical education and research building. At 11 stories and more than 326,000 gross square feet in size, the facility west of Senate Avenue and south of the IU Neurosciences Research Center on 16th Street will address growing instructional and research needs at the school.
The first three floors of the new building—the broad base of the structure—will be the hub for medical education. Looking to the future, an 8-story tower will rise from the academic base and feature versatile research space and offices for the researchers driving innovation.
The Indiana University Board of Trustees approved the architectural design of the new Indiana University School of Medicine Medical Education Building in Indianapolis. The design was presented by Thomas A. Morrison, IU vice president for capital planning and facilities.