IIC Breaks Ground on Rail Expansion


The Indianapolis Industrial Center (IIC) announced today that ground was broken on the re-activation of two rail sidings. The project affects nearly 500 total feet of rail on two spurs including an indoor rail siding. These improvements will enhance the ability of park tenants to serve and manage high volume rail shipments.

About the IIC: 19.5 acre industrial park located on the southeast side of Indianapolis with four warehouses offering 182,000 square feet under roof and a 4000 square foot office building. Unique features include clear height up to 40 feet, three interior bridge cranes with lifting capability up to 25 tons, grade level access, indoor rail sidings, indoor truck wells, and over two acres of outdoor storage. The park is zoned I-4-U with “open-gate” rail service from CSX, NS, and the Indiana Railroad.