The Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana is moving back into its downtown Indianapolis headquarters six months after being damaged in a fire that gutted a neighboring apartment complex.
The foundation says crews on Friday will move furnishings, documents and equipment from a warehouse and its temporary offices into the headquarters building along the downtown canal. The headquarters will reopen Monday.
The organization’s building had about $1 million in damage from the March 12 arson at the Cosmopolitan on the Canal project.
Foundation President Marsh Davis says the group was fortunate that the fire didn’t destroy its headquarters and that nothing irreplaceable was lost.
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