Downtown Indianapolis is welcoming a new member to its design community. On April 1st Fanning Howey is relocating our Indianapolis office to 350 East New York Street, in the heart of the Massachusetts Avenue Historic District.
Chief executive officer William Payne explains how the move was sparked by Fanning Howey’s belief in the power of place.
“This was a unique opportunity to create an office environment around the latest strategies in designing for mentoring and learning,” he says. “Our new space will strengthen collaboration among our integrated team while helping us attract and retain the very best talent.”
Fanning Howey is also excited to join the many creative businesses that already occupy the Massachusetts Avenue Historic District. Our new office at 350 East New York Street is located near the vibrant Mass Ave corridor, the downtown campuses of Ball State University and IUPUI, and the Indiana Statehouse. The connection to key talent pipelines will keep Fanning Howey on the cutting edge, and our proximity to government leaders will strengthen our participation in policy and legislation outcomes affecting our clients.
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