Cummins has released preliminary renderings of their new $30 million Indianapolis headquarters designed by New York-based Deborah Berke Partners. The news comes shortly after the diesel engine manufacture had announced plans to transform a four-acre downtown site in the heart of the Market East cultural district into a 10-story office building and public park.
The project, boarded by Market, Alabama, Washington and New Jersey streets, will activate the street level with first floor retail and an expansive public “greenspace” that will connect to the city’s Cultural Trail running along the property’s west side. Flexible and modern office spaces will provide for more than 400 Cummins employees.
Ground breaking is scheduled for early 2015 and completion is slated for late 2016.