Verizon Music Center for sale

December 19, 2006 at 10:27 am Leave a comment

Most of us that have lived in Indy for any length of time called it Deer Creek.  Now it is for sale.  This is a great place to see a concert.  It looks like this summer will be our last chance to enjoy it, providing the 2007 concert season doesn’t get cancelled. 

The dollar has spoken again.

“The area around the music center has become one of the Indianapolis area’s hottest sites for new commercial development and Live Nation wants to take advantage of rising property values in the area, Arterburn said. “I think they are wanting to take advantage of all the positive things going on around it,” he said.”

Um, can that area up there handle all the traffic if they throw housing or retail in it?  Those who live up that way, feel free to weigh in.

Bill Benner weighs in on the issue here.

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