Indiana Convention Center

The Indiana Convention Center is a convention center located in Downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It contains over 566,000 square feet (50,000 m2) of open exhibit space and almost 140,000 square feet (13,000 m2) of group meeting space. It was finished in late 1983 along with the Hoosier Dome (later named the RCA Dome), which it was connected to prior the Dome's deconstruction in 2008. The combined cost was around $82 million. Half of the funds were private and the other half were public (taxpayer). In total, there are 48 meeting rooms and multiple food courts.

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... The Indiana Convention Center has been the host to a large variety of meetings and conventions ... These include The 77th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in July 2012 ... Gen Con - One of the largest and most prominent gaming conventions in North America ...

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