Circle Centre is an indoor shopping venue situated in downtown Indianapolis. In the heart of downtown Indianapolis, Circle Centre offers tourists and residents two full city blocks of shopping, dining, and entertainment. The four-level mall is connected via skywalks to 12 major hotels and the newly expanded Indiana Convention Center. Lucas Oil Stadium is just three blocks away.
It opened to the public on September 8, 1995, next to Simon corporate headquarters. It also incorporated downtown buildings, such as the former LS Ayres stores, which used to house a Parisian location, which was later changed to Carson Pirie Scott.
Circle Centre offers downtown Indianapolis residents and tourists two entire blocks of entertainment, dining and shopping. The mall makes use of skywalks to connect its four levels to the newly extended Indiana Convention Center and 12 top hotels. The Lucas Oil Stadium is situated only three blocks from the center.
The city is host to more than 22 million annual visitors to its amateur and professional sporting, cultural and convention events.
The mall is comprised of four buildings which are joined by a glass dome known as the Artsgarden. The dome is owned and managed by the Arts Council of Indianapolis. The nine hotels which are connected to the Circle Centre by covered skywalks are JW Marriott, Crowne Plaza, Westin, Marriott, Hyatt Regency, Embassy Suites, The Conrad, Canterbury Hotel and Omni Severin Hotel.
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