Brewery, Makers Space Still Planned For Cintas

Brewery, Makers Space Still Planned For Cintas


By Keith Roydson of The Star Press

MUNCIE – Several years after the last laundry trucks rolled out of the Cintas building’s bays, the hulking brick building sits on a prominent downtown Muncie corner, waiting for rebirth.

A local non-profit with backing from the city, Ball State University and other partners is hoping that rebirth will begin soon.

Sustainable Muncie, a non-profit created earlier this year, grew out of the interest of city officials and local redevelopers in doing something with the 85,000-square foot building at Madison and Jackson streets that is probably best known as the home of the “man in the truck” billboard.

During a Wednesday tour of the building for The Star Press, Mayor Dennis Tyler and Sustainable Muncie officers John Fallon and Michael Wolfe said that while partners are still being added, tenants could include a brewery, artisans and craftsmen and their retail shops, classrooms and business start-ups… CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL STORY AT THE STAR PRESS

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