Fishers Mural Ribbon Cutting

We were honored to attend and celebrate the ribbon cutting of the new Fishers mural along 116th Street.  Generously donated by the Christopher Reid Family, it was designed and painted by local artists Wilkinson Brothers Design to represent the City of Fishers’ vibrant past and present.

Located near the new Nickel Plate Trail on the side of a legacy building along 116th Street (recently renovated in partnership with CRG Residential as part of Browning’s 116th Street development) this mural will be a delight for residents and visitors alike.  (Seriously amazing views for our future Hotel Nickel Plate guests along with First Internet Bank’s employees and Nickel Plate Station residents – as shown by the photo taken by Field Superintendent Alan from the fifth floor of the hotel!)

You can visit to learn more about the hand painted mural.  See if you can guess all 18 references to Fishers “hidden” in the mural!

And if you wished your business’ building had a beautiful mural just like this… you’re in luck!  There is 1,320 SF available for lease in the old Fishers National Bank building – contact Gary Perel at ALO Property Group LLC Group for more information.