Florence Fay Senior Apartments is the renovation of an iconic 1913 Indianapolis Public School building to meet the needs of an aging neighborhood. The 45,143-sft building closed its doors in 2006, only to open again in 2017. 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 73 affordable 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 to create a state-of-the-art facility for those who deserve it.
The apartments proudly opened its doors to the community on December 14. Dozens of community members gathered as the ceremonial ribbon was cut to mark its grand opening. Facebook user, Joyce Godwin, posted, “Thanks for restoring this great school. I am 1 of 4 generations who attended his school. I am so proud of the improvements. Great job everyone.”