Muncie Redevelopment Commission

 

 

Overview


Muncie Redevelopment Commission (MRC) is authorized to acquire and dispose of abandoned residential properties. The main purpose of the MRC is to create opportunity for development, growth and investment and jobs, with a focus in the more blighted areas of Muncie.

The MRC consists of five voting board members including a President, Vice President, Secretary, and two Members; and two non-voting members including the City Controller/Treasurer and an appointment from Muncie Community Schools.

Terms Begin January 1st of each year and need to be appointed each year.  (Muncie Schools Appointment Serves 2 Years).


Learn more about:

Business Development | Residential | Live-Work Project | Board Minutes


For more information, please contact:

Zane Bishop
MRC Residential Administrator
765.747.4825
zbishop@cityofmuncie.com

Business Development


Over $300 million in new development/investment has been secured and more than 1,000 jobs have been created directly and indirectly since 2013.

MAJOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 2013–2019:

  • Village Promenade
  • American Chevrolet
    • Nebo Commons West
  • Greg Hubler Ford
  • Greg Hubler Hyundai
    • Nebo Commons East
  • Spartech Expansion
  • Hillcroft Services
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods
  • Streetscape Project Downtown
  • Fresh Thyme Market
  • MadJax
  • Co:Lab
  • Lofts at Roberts
  • Courtyard Marriott Hotel / Parking Garage
  • Quiet Zone in the Downtown
  • North American Stamping
  • Commonwealth Development
    • Conversion of the old Muncie Trade School
    • Housing on 8th Street at old Chevy Plant
  • White River Canal Development
  • Accutech Systems
  • Façade Grant Downtown
  • Navient Expansion
  • Burger King South
  • Belle Tire
  • Muncie Animal Care Center
  • Pristine Senior Living Corporate Office
  • Silver Birch of Muncie
  • Crew Carwash
  • Kitselman Pure Energy Park
  • Uhaul Expansion
  • A Team Mold
  • Next Gen Development
  • Arsenal
  • Kilgore/Jackson Gateway Project

Belle Tire  Fresh Thyme  Hillcroft Services  

Kilgore-Jackson Gateway  White River Canal District  White River Canal District

Residential


MAJOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT 2013-2019:

  • Commonwealth Development
    • Conversion of the old Muncie Trade School
    • Housing on 8th Street at old Chevy Plant
  • Silver Birch of Muncie
    • Kilgore Ave
  • Next Gen Development
    • BSU Campus
  • White River Canal Development
    • Downtown Muncie
  • Village Promenade
    • BSU Village
  • Lofts at Roberts
    • Downtown Muncie

BSU Townhomes  Village Promenade  White River Lofts

Live-Work Project


In a collaboration with the City of Muncie, MRC, and other private, non-profit, and public organizations, a program will be established to promote, support, sustain, and maintain live-work areas throughout the City of Muncie.

Live-Work Project Information


MRC Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes

2019

January 2019   |   February 2019  |   March 2019  |    April 2019   |   May 2019  |   June 2019  |   July 2019  |   August 2019  |   September 2019  |   October 2019  |   Special Meeting - October 17, 2019

2018

January 2018   |   February 2018   |   Special Meeting - February 9, 2018   |   March 2018   |   April 2018   |   May 2018   |   June 2018   |   Special Meeting - June 22, 2018   |   July 2018   |   Special Meeting - July 20, 2018   |   August 2018   |   September 2018   |   Special Meeting - September 20, 2018   |   October 2018   |   November 2018   |   December 2018

2017

January 2017   |   Special Meeting - January 19, 2017   |   February 2017   |   March 2017   |   April 2017   |   May 2017   |   June 2017   |   July 2017   |   August 2017   |   Special Meeting - August 10, 2017   |   September 2017   |   October 2017   |   November 2017   |   December 2017   |   Special Meeting - December 28, 2017

Built in 1928 at a cost of over $400,000, the Muncie Fieldhouse was built to house Muncie Central Bearcat basketball games. The Fieldhouse contains 7,635 seats, making it one of the largest high school gymnasiums in the country--a reflection on the importance of the game of basketball to Indiana.

 

Learn more about the history of Muncie


Office of the Mayor
The Honorable Dennis Tyler

Muncie City Hall
Third Floor
300 N High Street
Muncie, IN 47305


mayor@cityofmuncie.com
(765) 747-4845
8am - 4pm (M-F)