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POLIS The City | The Site | The Potential


content The City pp. 4-20

The Site pp. 21-40

The Potential pp. 41-60


city site potentials


demographics infrastructure economy


Size 365.1 square miles of land 6.9 square miles of water Government Mayor Gregory A. Ballard City-Council Government (UniGov) Estimated city population 807, 584 (2009) 14th largest city in the U.S 3rd largest city in the Midwest (behind Chicago and Detroit)

Age distribution

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Indianapolis | IN

The Crossroads of America | The Circle City | The Racing Capital of the World | Amateur Sports Capital of the World


1821: Indianapolis Founded 1847: First Mayor Elected 1848: Volksblat German language newspaper is established to support growing German population 1875: Col. Eli Lilly begins pharmaceutical manufacture 1909: Indianapolis Motor Speedway constructed 1928: Hinkle Fieldhouse built- at the time one of the premiere basketball facilities in the country 1937: Lilly Endowment established 1961: O’Reilly Raceway constructed 1967: Indianapolis Pacers Begin first season 1968: Robert Kennedy announces assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and urges calm- Indianapolis is one of few major cities to avoid riots 1970: Indianapolis and Marion County unify to form UniGov National study shows Indianapolis suffers from “nonimage” 1971: Indiana Black Expo begins Indianapolis Public Schools found guilty of segregation 1974: Market Square Arena opens as new home of Pacers 1976: William Hudnut iii is elected Mayor 1979: Indianapolis Sports Corporation incorporates as non-profit entity to implement goal of making Indy the national sport capital.

Significant Dates

Significant events in the history of Indianapolis *The Encyclopedia of Indianapolis by David J. Bodenhammer and Robert Graham Barrows


1980: Indianapolis Tennis Center Constructed 1982: Major Taylor Velodrome constructed Michael A. Carrol Stadium constructed at IUPUI Indiana University Natatorium constructed at IUPUI 1983: RCA Dome constructed 1984: Colts sneak out of Baltimore in the cover of night and arrive at their new home as the Indianapolis Colts 1987: Indianapolis hosts Pan American games after Chile and Ecuador withdraw as hosts 1991: Indianapolis Hosts NCAA Final Four 1994: Indianapolis Speedway hosts first non-Indy 500 event- the Nascar Brickyard 400 1997: NCAA relocates from Kansas City to Indianapolis 1999: Big Ten Men’s Basketball Conference Championship begins play at Conseco Fieldhouse 2008: Lucas Oil Stadium is completed as the new home of the Colts Indianapolis wins bid to host 2012 Super Bowl 2010: Indianapolis chosen to host first Big Ten Football title in 2011 2010: Indianapolis chosen as potential site for World Cup games in 2018 or 2022

Significant Dates

Significant events in the history of Indianapolis *Major League Winners by Mark S. Rosentraub


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Segregation Spectrum - Dispersion of Minorities vs. National Avg.


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Total Population 12,886

Race Day Capacity 412,886* Theoretically the 45th most populous city in the US.

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"Traffic Data: Google Maps." Google Maps. Web. 05 Sept. 2010. <http://maps.google.com/>.

Louisville,KY (110 Miles)

Traffic

daily traffic averages


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Google Search Terms

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1 - Clarian Health Partners Inc............................12,763 2 - Eli Lilly and Company ............................................11,550 3 - St Vincent Hospitals & Health Services............10,640 4 - IUPUI ........................................................................... 7,066 5 - FedEx ......................................................................... 6,311 6 - Community Health Network ............................. 5,341 7 - Rolls-Royce ............................................................... 4,300 8 - WellPoint Inc. .......................................................... 3,950 9 - Allison Transmission/Div of GMC ..................... 3,800 10 - Wishard Health Services .................................... 3,364 11 - AT&T ....................................................................... 3,000 12 - Roche Diagnostic Corporation ........................ 2,900 13 - United Parcel Servic .......................................... 2,708 14 - Defense Finance & Accounting Service ....... 2,600 15 - Chase Bank ............................................................. 2,500 16 - Hewlett Packard ................................................... 2,500 17 - Roudebush VA Medical Center ........................ 2,200 18 - Automotive Components Holdings LLC ...... 2,000 19 - Meridian Security Insurance Company ........ 2,000


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Downtown Re-Development between 1974 - 2008

Judd, Dennis R. The Infrastructure of Play; Building the Tourist City. New York: M. E. Sharpe, Inc., 2003.


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66% White

26% Black

Demography of the city 4% Other

Typical Weekday rider: Black (African-American, 35-49years old. Rides 3-5times a week to go to work. Earns less than $15,000 a year.

66% Black

Usually people who donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have operating cars.

Who rides IndyGo? http://www.indygo.net/PDF/IndyGo_2009_On_Board_Survey.pdf

31% White

IndyGo riders

75% Earn Less than $25,000/year

How much IndyGo riders they make?


Ridership Average Weekday (2009) Bus Rail Total system

1.01 million 0.65 million 1.66 million

Annual (2009) Bus Rail Total system

318.67 million 202.57 million 521.24 million

Route Statistics Bus route miles Bus miles traveled per day Rail route miles Rail miles traveled per day

2,230 172,991 224.1 203,621

Number of... Buses Bus routes Bus stops Rail cars Rail lines Rail stations Employee positions

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www.IndyGo.net www.transitchicago.com

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Event Schedule - May


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5th - $377,805 $307,305 - 6th 7th - $312,255 $385,805 - 8th 9th - $545,655 $302,805 - 10th

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13th - $305,555 $327,055 - 14th 15th - $262,505 $251,805 - 16th

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21st - $250,305 $300,555 - 22nd

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25th - $301,805 $250,305 - 26th

27th - $300,305 $315,305 - 28th

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Blue Crew Costs Membership: $36.00 Car Parking: $237.00 Small RV: $438.00 Medium RV: $640.00 Large RV: $840.00 All spots have been sold out.

Tailgating In Indianapolis

The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blue Crewâ&#x20AC;? have organized tailgating in private lots which circumvent restrictions *www.nflfootballstadiums.com


Anecdotal Evidence of Tailgating Issues -Miles of car lines -Garbage build-up -Lack of infrastructure

Tailgating In Indianapolis Tailgating at sportâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest event- the Indianapolis 500

*www.flickr.com


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1979-2008 American College of Sports Medicine Black Coaches Association Central Indiana Tennis Association Circle City Classic Indiana Golf Association Indiana High School Athletic Association Indiana Horse Council Indiana PGA Indiana Sports Corporation Indiana Swimming Inc. Indiana University Sports Medicine Drug Identification Lab Central Hockey League International Institute of Sport, Science and Medicine Horizon League (formerly Midwestern Collegiate Conference) National Association of Governors' Councils on Physical Fitness & Sports National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) National Federation of State High School Associations National Institute for Fitness & Sport Indiana Youth Soccer Association USA Gymnastics USA Track & Field U.S. Diving, Inc. U.S. Rowing Association U.S. Synchronized Swimming

Sports-Related Organizations Headquarters


Av. Attendance

67,275

62,129

14,202

20,725

Stadium Capacity

67,275

62,129

17,330

20,930

Percentage capacity

100%

100%

78.2%

99.1%

Conseco

Lucas Oil

http://espn.go.com/nfl/attendance

Single Game Traffic


Av. Attendance

67,275

62,129

14,202

20,725

Home games/season

8

8

41

41

Season Attendance

538,200

497,032

582,282

849,725

Conseco

Lucas Oil

http://espn.go.com/nfl/attendance

Seasonal Traffic


Av. Attendance

67,275

62,129

14,202

20,725

Av. Ticket price

$85

$94

$42

$63

Av. Revenue/Season

$45,747,000

$46,721,000

$24,455,844

$53,532,675

Conseco

Lucas Oil

http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/article/116348 http://www.jsonline.com/sports/etc/103493599.html

Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bigger business?


400,000

80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0

Jan

Feb

Mar

Lucas Oil Stadium

-DCI World Championships -Bands of America Grand National Championships -Home games for the Indianapolis Colts -Circle City Classic -IHSAA Indiana State football championships -ISSMA band state finals

Conseco Field House

-Home games for the Indiana Pacers - Home games for the Indiana Fever - Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament - Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament - Concerts

Victory Field

- Indianapolis Indians

Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Indianapolis 500 - Brickyard 400

Apr

May

Jun


270,000

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec


city site potentials


Car Culture


SURFACE

LOTS


Work

Football Game

Basketball Game

Conventions Entertainment Restaurant/ Bar

Drive-In Movie

6:00am 7:00am 8:00am 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am 12:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 7:00pm 8:00pm 9:00pm 10:00pm

Program-driven parking Event Day


Work

Monday Night Football

Basketball Game

Conventions Entertainment Restaurant/ Bar

Drive-In Movie

6:00am 7:00am 8:00am 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am 12:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 7:00pm 8:00pm 9:00pm 10:00pm

Program-driven parking Non-Event Day


217

108

216

540

624

711

53

312

77 1160 364 12

38

420

1781

435

236 60

786

420

125

39 770

168

412

2925

65

291

132

168

62

599

784

64

134

252

344

374

365

68 42

62

85

210 224

525 418

66

150 110

1480

500

74

45 82 74 www.googlemaps.com

1642

374

574

514

423

146 68 285 190

Parking numbers


217

108

216

540

624

711

53

312

77 1160 364 12

38

420

1781

435

236 60

786

420

770

168

2225

65

291

132

168

62

599

784 344

374

365

68 42

62

85

110

224

525 418

1480

74

Av. Attendance: 14,200 Av. People/car: 3 Parking needed: ~4,730

374

500

74

45 1642

574

210

66

150

82

125

39 412

64

134

252

514

423

146 68 285 190

Parking lots utilized

Pacers game


217

108

216

540

624

711

53

312

77 1160 364 12

38

420

1781

435

236 60

786

420

770

168

2925

65

291

132

168

62

599

784 344

374

365

68 42

62

85

110

224

525 418

1480

74

Av. Attendance: 66,000 Av. People/car: 3 Parking needed: ~22,000

374

500

74

45 1642

574

210

66

150

82

125

39 412

64

134

252

514

423

146 68 285 190

Parking lots utilized

Colts game


217

108

216

540

624

711

53

312

77 1160 364 12

38

420

1781

435

236 60

786

420

770

168

2925

65

291

132

168

62

599

784 344

374

365

68 42

62

85

110

224

525 418

1480

74

374

500

74

45 1642

574

210

66

150

82

125

39 412

64

134

252

514

423

146 68 285 190

Parking lots utilized

Going to Work


city site potentials


Site Analysis


Indianapolis is a cemetery with lights that come to life one day a year for the Indianapolis 500. ~Kurt Vonnegut- Tonight Show Author & Indianapolis Native *www.icclos.com


1992 14,894 (1990)

Central Downtown Population


1999 17,907 (2000)

Central Downtown Population


2006 21,682

Central Downtown Population


City Center

Conseco Fieldhouse

RCA Dome

AmTrack

SITE

Lucas Oil Stadium Event Parking

Event Flow Sports Related


City Center

AmTrack

SITE

Eli Lilly Non-Event Parking

Non-Event Flow Work. Entertainment.


site

Parking aerial


site

Parking Nolli defined


site

Parking parking lots


site

Parking

streets/railways


city site potentials


Personal Mobility. Event Economies. Re-Urbanization.


Embrace the hybrid!


Identify: Dwelling Typologies

Bench

Car

Motel

Tent

RV

Hotel

Pedestrians Tourists

Tourists Tailgaters Business Patrons Tourists Tailgaters

Tourists Tailgaters

Tailgaters Housing

Tourists Business Patrons


Identify: Dwelling Typologies

Extended Stay Hotel Business Patrons

Double-Wide

Housing Temporary Expansion

Apartment

Housing


Identify: Dwelling Typologies

Flat Building

Housing

Single Family Home Housing


Identify: Parking Typologies

Street Parking Residents Tailgaters

Metered Parking Tourists Tailgaters Residents

Driveway â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Residents Tourists Tailgaters

Garage

Business Patrons

Surface

Tourists Business Patrons Residents Tailgaters

Linger Time


Identify: Event Typologies

Street Vendor

Pedestrians Tourists

Portable Toilet Tourists Tailgaters

Playground

Residents

Dining

Tourists Residents Business Patrons

Movie Theater Tourists Residents

Bar

Tourists Business Patrons Residents


Identify: Event Typologies

Playing Fields

Residents Tailgaters

Concert Venue Tourists Tailgaters Residents

Farmerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Market Residents Tourists Tailgaters

Work

Business Patrons

Tailgating

Tailgaters

Parking

Tourists Business Patrons Residents Tailgaters


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+

+

+


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+

+

+


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+

+

+

+


Explore: Hybrid Typologies

+


parking lot or movie theatre?


A re-urbanization of Indianapolis


Indianapolis has a lot of these


but what if it didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t look like this?


What if it looked like this?


What if it acted like this?


What if it sometimes did this?


Feb

Jan Indianapolis Motor Speedway Lucas Oil Stadium

ar

M

Conseco Fieldhouse Victory Field

Apr

Pepsi Coliseum Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Reilly Raceway 1,000,000

0

Dec

May

v

No

Ju

Oc

t

n

Sept

l

Ju

Aug

High capacity sports in downtown Indianapolis fall within a five month period between August-January. Monthly Spectator Capacity by Venue

*Events taken from respective venueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s posted schedule as of 09-01-10


Feb

Jan Indianapolis Motor Speedway Lucas Oil Stadium

ar

M

Conseco Fieldhouse Victory Field

Apr

Pepsi Coliseum

UNUSED

O’Reilly Raceway

v

No

1,000,000

0

Dec

PARKING

PARKING

May

Ju

Oc

t

n

Sept

l

Ju

Aug

Why would we design a 5 month parking lot for 12 months? Monthly Spectator Capacity by Venue

*Events taken from respective venue’s posted schedule as of 09-01-10


Feb

Jan Indianapolis Motor Speedway Lucas Oil Stadium

ar

M

Conseco Fieldhouse Victory Field

Apr

Pepsi Coliseum

EVENT

O’Reilly Raceway

v

No

1,000,000

0

Dec

PARKING

May

Ju

Oc

t

n

Sept

l

Ju

Aug

From January to August, the excess parking gets a secondary usage. Monthly Spectator Capacity by Venue

*Events taken from respective venue’s posted schedule as of 09-01-10


It becomes an event space.


And in the winter months it gets cut down and becomes the lot- ready for tailgating and sports-surges.


In-between it functions as both lot and event space.


What is the

potential?


Indianapolis