After 16 years of operating out of the Regions Tower in downtown Indianapolis, the Indiana State Bar Association headquarters is moving.
The ISBA will vacate its current location at the end of February and move into the Capital Center building located at 201 N. Illinois St.
“The conclusion of our lease afforded ISBA the opportunity to take a fresh look at the ways in which the amount and configuration of our office spaces allows us to efficiently serve our members,” ISBA President Clayton Miller said in a news release. “Our new streamlined headquarters in the Capital Center offers members enhanced opportunities to convene and connect in a convenient central location while still providing flexible offices for our staff to continue their work on behalf of our membership.”
According to the release from the ISBA, the new HQ is designed as a gathering space for members.
The bar association will have a custom-configured suite on the 12th floor of the Capital Center’s south tower that will be able to host mid-sized networking events, CLE and section/committee meetings. Members will also be able to reserve individual offices within the headquarters free of charge for their personal or ISBA-related business to work during the day, host client meetings or hang out between downtown business meetings.
The Capital Center is also home to Indiana Supreme Court offices and is within walking distance of the Indiana Statehouse and the Birch Bayh Federal Building. It has several public spaces designed for casual meeting and working.
ISBA staff will work remotely during the transition but will remain fully available to members during that time.