City of Indianapolis to learn cost of new Criminal Justice Center

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Mayor, Marion County sheriff to propose new criminal justice center

INDIANAPOLIS (November 23, 2014) — On Monday we will find out how much it will cost to build the new Criminal Justice Center near downtown.

The center will be built at the site of the former General Motors stamping plant on Oliver Street and it will cost about half a billion dollars.

Three developers presented their final proposals to the city on Friday.

The city will reveal the plans and the costs on Monday, with the hope of gaining the city county council’s approval in the spring and break ground by the end of next year.

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