Hood Design Studio with Thomas Phifer and Partners and Arup

Indianapolis is a success story. The development of Waterside has the unique potential to simultaneously embrace the past, celebrating Indianapolis’ proud industrial heritage, while bridging to the future, foregrounding the White River as an important urban amenity and connecting important energies emerging throughout the city.
— Walter Hood, Hood Design Studio
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SCAPE with SO-IL, Guy Nordenson and Associates, James Lima Planning + Development, Art Strategies, Nelson\Nygaard, and Manuel Miranda Practice

Waterside offers a once in a generation opportunity to develop a new landmark for Indianapolis – a vital public space and arts destination along the White River that will connect the city’s rich social and ecological communities in a shared vision for the future.
— Kate Orff, SCAPE
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Snøhetta with Moody Nolan, Arup, HR&A, Art Strategies, and Chris Wangro

It’s exciting to imagine the ways the Waterside development will foster new opportunities for Indianapolis by connecting the West Side with Downtown. The Crane Bay, Plaza, and Pedestrian bridge will act as the heart of this reinvigorated and inspired public realm project.
— Michelle Delk, Snøhetta
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