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James Whitcomb Riley Museum & Visitors Center Historic Renovation (Stenz Construction)James Whitcomb Riley House

Stenz played the role of general contractor for the beautiful new visitors center built onto the historic home of James Whitcomb Riley, the famous Hoosier poet.


Indianapolis Residential Infill ProjectsStenz is currently involved in several residential infill projects in Downtown Indianapolis.  As more and more people flock to downtown as a place to live, work and play, we remain committed to delivering high quality, custom residential units geared towards a modern, urban lifestyle.

We currently have custom homes under construction in the trendy Fletcher Place neighborhood and in Historic Cottage Home at a project known as Dorman SQ.  Units at Dorman SQ will be available beginning in late spring 2015.

Historic Cottage Home at Dorman SQ (Indianapolis Residential Construction)Stenz understands the demanding requirements of the downtown residential buyer, and the challenges of building on infill sites, with a long history of delivering distinctive downtown projects including the Residences at 429 on the Park and the Glove Factory Condominiums.

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Stenz Construction was proud to partner with the Lawrence Township Trustee’s Office on the construction of the ‘Cupboard,’ which celebrated its grand opening in September 2014.  Per the official press release:

The Cupboard of Lawrence TownshipConstructed by the Lawrence Township Trustee’s Office, The Cupboard of Lawrence Township, located at 7101 Pendleton Pike, will assist Lawrence Township families, provide healthier food options for clients, and relieve the strain experienced by food pantries throughout Central Indiana.

Through partnerships with Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, Midwest Food Bank, local churches and businesses, The Cupboard will be open 14 hours a week and expects to serve 300-350 households per week. The Cupboard will be open Wednesdays from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.. It will also be open on Fridays from 10 a.m.- 4p.m. and the third Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

The Cupboard of Lawrence Township (Stenz Commercial Construction Project)“The journey we have taken to arrive at opening day has been a long one,” said Trustee Russell Brown, who also serves as a member of the Lawrence Township Hunger Coalition, Inc. board, the community organization that runs the day-to-day operation of The Cupboard.  “But we are ready to begin serving our neighbors who need help to feed their families.”

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Visit The Cupboard of Lawrence Township project page to view additional photos of the Cupboard or visit Stenz's Construction Project Gallery to view additional images from various Central Indiana construction and renovation projects.