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Block 100 Foundation Project

What is It?

The Block 100 Foundation Project is an approved project for the 100 block of State Street and blocks of N. Fairchild/W. Mifflin Streets. The project is currently under construction with an expected completion date of spring of 2014. To view the project plans, click here.

Why is it Important?

This project will preserve and enhance the 100 Block of State Street and give the properties another 100 years of life. The Fairchild/Mifflin area will also be transformed into an attractive urban environment for residents & visitors that will compliment the new Central Library and the future expansion of the State Historical Museum—all of which will bring life and new activity to the outer ring of the Capitol Square.

What was DMI's Role?

In September of 2011 the DMI Board of Directors voted to support the Block 100 Foundation Project. To view the DMI Board’s position, click here.
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