Florence Fay School Senior Apartments
The 45,143-sft school was constructed in 1913 and Indianapolis Public Schools closed the facility in 2006. TWG Development saw an amazing opportunity to re-imagine the historic building and repurpose it into a senior apartment facility to better the community. The adaptive re-use project developed a 65,000-sft facility with a total of 75 to 80 living units (mixed between the existing historic building and new construction). Our architects, interior designers, and civil and structural engineers all collaborated on the design of this project. We also provided a detailed visual on-site assessment of existing site and building systems and components in order to provide a professional opinion of the property's overall physical condition.
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