Michigan City Police Station

Michigan City, Indiana

In partnership with the Michigan City Police Department, American Structurepoint’s Architecture + Interiors Group designed this state-of-the-art law enforcement facility to provide a long-term public safety solution for officers, to promote energy efficiency, and to improve the quality of life in the Eastport neighborhood. These strategies create a gateway to the city that becomes a neighborhood landmark for revitalization.

The new police station was strategically located on the site of the former Eastport Elementary School for its central location and proximity to Cleveland Park. An investment of $13 million, the 42,000 sft building is a catalyst for redevelopment along Michigan Boulevard. Replacing an outdated, 50-year-old station, the move also opens a valuable piece of property near Lake Michigan for redevelopment.

2018 AIA Indiana Design Awards - Citation Award, Project Cost Greater Than $1 Million Category

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"This new state of the art Police Station will be an investment in our brave men and women of the Michigan City Police Department, our Eastport neighborhood, and it will show Michigan City’s continued commitment, under my administration, to providing our citizens and visitors the highest level of public health and safety possible."

Mayor Meer