Hilton Indianapolis

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Hilton Indianapolis
Hilton Indianapolis in 2011.jpg
General information
Type Hotel
Location 120 West Market Street
Indianapolis, Indiana
Coordinates 39°46′08.25″N 86°09′38″W / 39.7689583°N 86.16056°W / 39.7689583; -86.16056Coordinates: 39°46′08.25″N 86°09′38″W / 39.7689583°N 86.16056°W / 39.7689583; -86.16056
Completed 1971
Roof 302 ft (92 m)
Technical details
Floor count 18
Design and construction
Architect Lennox, Matthews, Simmons & Ford, Inc.

Hilton Indianapolis is a hotel in Indianapolis, Indiana. The building was completed in 1971 and has 18 floors with a total of 332 rooms.[2] The Hilton was formerly the tallest hotel in the city; the JW Marriott surpassed it when it was completed in 2011.

The location was formerly the site of the Traction Terminal Building, which was a covered depot for the interurban lines in Indianapolis. A 9-story office building adjoined the depot.[1]

The Hilton Hotel is built of structural concrete with a limestone facade. The building was originally constructed as the headquarters of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Indiana (now WellPoint), which vacated the building in the 1990s. It was refurbished into a hotel configuration and opened as an Adam's Mark Hotel in May 2000. In August 2004 it was rebranded as a Hilton Hotel.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Hilton Indianapolis". Emporis.com. Retrieved August 31, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Hilton Indianapolis". SkyscraperPage.com. Retrieved August 31, 2010. 

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