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ICAN Broadens Reach in Irvington Community

By Heidi Unger A year ago, when Rev. Trey Flowers brought his family to Irvington and became pastor of Downey Avenue Christian Church, he was intrigued with the neighborhood’s close community feel and the network of churches working together. “It was a breath of fresh air,” he says. “Irvington is such a caring, tight-knit community. […]

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May Neighbor Spotlight: Kathleen Angelone

Kathleen Angelone has been abandoned in Germany, served as an attorney for Indiana Department of Revenue, volunteered all over the world, and calls Irvington home. She owns and operates Bookmamas at 9 Johnson on the south side of Washington Street. HISTORY Bookmamas originated with Kate Ayers and Amy LaCroix on the north side of Washington […]

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February Neighbor Spotlight: Andrea De Mink

Andrea De Mink wears many hats. She has administered the Irvington Neighbors Facebook Page nearly since its inception, where she also entertains neighbors with discussions about her electricity usage. She serves on the Historic Irvington Community Council, which holds monthly meetings and participates in events throughout the year. You can see her walking through the […]

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Become an IDO Financial Supporter!

Dear Irvington Neighbors and Friends, Irvington is such an exciting place to call home! When folks move here, we stay put because it is such a great place to live.  When neighbors do decide to move, their houses are scooped up within days.   We should be grateful that we live in one of the most […]

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Coal Factory Redevelopment: IDO Community Update Meeting Dec 6, 2016

    Coal Factory Redevelopment:  IDO Community Update Meeting Tuesday, December 6 6:00 pm Fellowship Hall Irvington United Methodist Church 30 N. Audubon Rd. (please note the location change) Irvington Development Organization is hosting the second in a series of meetings over the next couple of months before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission (IHPC) hears the […]

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November Neighbor Spotlight: Tara Schnaus Elder of Simply Helpful

This article was posted from our November IDO Newsletter. You can read the full newsletter which includes highlights from the Irvington Masquerade Ball, a run-down on new Irvington businesses, and additional great info here. Tara Schnaus Elder’s aptly named business, Simply Helpful, lends a hand to those who need help minimizing the chaos in their […]

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IDO Neighbor Meetings re: the Coal Factory Re-Development

      Coal Factory Redevelopment  IDO Community Update Meeting Tuesday, November 15 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall Irvington Presbyterian Church 55 Johnson Ave. (just prior to the HICC meeting) Irvington Development Organization is hosting the first in a series of meetings over the next couple of months before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission (IHPC) hears […]

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The Coal Factory Development Fact Sheet

This document includes 1) Notes from the Nov 15 Community Meeting re: the Coal Factory redevelopment and 2) Additional facts on the the Coal Factory development. Notes from 11/15/2016 Community Meeting Regarding Coal Factory Development Irvington Presbyterian Church, Fellowship Hall, 55 Johnson Avenue, Indianapolis, IN Presenters: Jarod Brown and Antone Najem, Third Street Ventures; Craig […]

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Irvington Re-Signed Finds Its Maker

Irvington re-Signed has found its signmaker. Congratulations to Little Flower resident Eric Benge! We’re looking forward to seeing this great-looking sign installed. Eric is a graphic designer with over a decade of experience in the creative industry. He’s passionate about all things design-related and has worked for multinational companies and local small businesses. He’s also […]

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Irvington re-Signed: A Public Art Project

By Heidi Unger The community of Irvington needs a new sign! We’re unsure how many years the Town of Irvington sign was posted near the eastern edge of Irvington (at 6738 East Washington Street), but we do know that the wooden sign has rotted beyond repair and fallen from its mount. The sign had been […]

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