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Indiana Main Street

Indiana Main Street (IMS) was established to provide economic revitalization and professional assistance to participating communities. IMS encourages the revitalization and restoration of downtown areas in Indiana cities and towns. As the traditional heart and hub of government, commerce, justice and social interaction, the downtown business district portrays a city's overall image.

Indiana Main Street Information

Main Street Investment By The Numbers

Total Indiana Main Street Investment
Total Indiana Main Street investment since 2006:
Private Dollars Invested: $2.8 BILLION
Public Dollars Invested: $1.6 BILLION
Total Dollars Invested: $4.4 BILLION
Results of the Indiana Main Street Program's impact on Indiana communities since 2006:
TOTAL JOBS ADDED: 21,826
NEW BUSINESSES ADDED: 3,266
NUMBER OF FACADE AND BUILDING REHABILITATIONS: 6,831
TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW HOUSING UNITS: 5,480
TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS: 953

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