Five years into new building, Central Library a staple of Downtown

“The soaring beams and shiny glass frames of Central Library were more a symbol of controversy than excitement when they welcomed visitors half a decade ago. The expansion of Indianapolis’ aging Downtown library cost nearly $50 million more than projected. Construction problems created a flood of lawsuits. And critics called the new library the Taj Mahal of Downtown Indianapolis, because its glassy exterior felt out of place among the historic monuments and rows of brick buildings in the area.”

via Indianapolis Star

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