History

Rising from the historic site of Market Square Arena, the building’s legacy comes full circle.

360 Market Square is a 27-story, mixed-use, residential tower featuring 292 luxury studio, one and two bedroom apartments. 360 Market Square will include a 42,000 square foot Whole Foods MarketTM, as well as a 2,000 square foot Starbucks, and a 600-space parking garage. The most stunning luxury apartments in downtown Indianapolis will feature floor-to-ceiling glass, balconies with an amazing array of city views, wood flooring, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Residential amenities include a 5th level amenity deck that offers a resort-style heated saltwater pool with sundeck and cabanas, aqua lounge, elevated bark park with pet grooming area, an outdoor kitchen, fireside lounge and grilling areas with a view of Monument Circle.

Additionally, residents of 360 Market Square enjoy a 24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness center, resident lounge and clubroom with billiards, business center, Wi-Fi throughout common areas, electric car charging stations, controlled building access, garage parking, secured bike storage and bike repair shop. Concierge services will include dry cleaning and laundry drop off service.

360 Market Square has risen on the site of the former Market Square Arena, which was home of the Indiana Pacers from its opening on September 15, 1974 until closing on October 24, 1999. It was demolished July 8, 2001. Over the course of 25 years, Market Square Arena hosted many iconic moments:

Market Square Arena was also home of the Indianapolis Ice (1988-99) and the Indianapolis Racers (1974-79), which brought a then 17-year old Wayne Gretzky to the city for a handful of games before being traded to the Edmonton Oilers and becoming “The Great One.” Other events and performers visited the arena through the years, including Frank Sinatra, Kenny Rogers, Cheap Trick, KISS, Glen Campbell, Motley Crue, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Metallica, Bob Seger, Garth Brooks, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eric Clapton, Billy Joel, Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, John Mellen- camp, Fleetwood Mac, Paul McCartney, Aerosmith, The Beach Boys, Prince, Janet Jackson, Queen, The Police, Eagles, Stevie Wonder and Led Zepplin.