Indianapolis was founded in 1821, and became a major site for business, automoves, manufacturing, urban planning, sports, literature, fine arts and more. Signature events include the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400.
Built in 1908, INDUSTRY was a machine shop for ball bearings and metal fabrication. INDUSTRY underwent renovations in 2014 where the brick was restored, concrete redone, interior beams exposed and windows placed along all 5 sides of the building creating stellar natural light throughout the space.
INDUSTRY is located just two blocks from Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts, and three minutes from the center of Indianapolis. The location is considered to be in the industrial district of the city, hence the name.