Block 400 coming to Indianapolis

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A groundbreaking was held Tuesday for a project that will change the look of the north side of downtown Indianapolis. It's called Block 400.

It covers a whole block with West Michigan Street to the north and Vermont Street to the south, in between Senate and Capitol Avenues.

The project will cost $85 million and feature a Marsh grocery store, several smaller stores and restaurants, 487 apartments, and parking garages with 1,500 spaces.

The Marsh store will be different from other Marsh locations in that the produce, meat, and bakery departments will be expanded.

Developers hope the bulk of the project will be done this summer.

See more images of the project here.