Since its opening in 1972, there have been three major expansions of the Indiana Convention Center. The next expansion involves the demolition of the RCA Dome in 2008, followed by the construction of a major addition to the convention center on that site.

When completed in 2010, the $275 million expansion, combined with the new Lucas Oil Stadium, will increase the amount of exhibition, meeting room, ballroom and pre-function space operated by the CIB from 725,000 square feet to more than 1.2 million square feet.

Exhibition space in the Convention Center will expand by 254,000 square feet. The combination of new and old Convention Center exhibit space will exceed 564,000 SF. Coupled with 183,000 SF of exhibit space that will be available in Lucas Oil Stadium, 747,000 SF of exhibit space will be available for events. The expansion also includes an additional 63,000 SF of meeting rooms. With meeting room space available in Lucas Oil Stadium, old and new meeting space will increase to a net total of 129,000 SF. An additional 103,000 SF of pre-function space is incorporated in the new design. The plan also allows for an enclosed street level connection from the Convention Center expansion to South Street and easy access to Lucas Oil Stadium.

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