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Oct 14, 2014

Angie’s List

INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 14, 2014) – Governor Mike Pence joined Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and executives from Angie’s List, Inc., a nationwide services marketplace and provider of consumer reviews on local service companies, today to announce the company’s plans to expand its headquarters here, creating 1,000 new jobs and consolidating an additional 800 jobs from multiple locations to its campus on the eastside of downtown Indianapolis by 2019.

“If there was ever any question whether Indiana was a state where high-growth companies could reach their full potential, just look at Angie’s List,” said Pence. “This company grew from one person with an idea to a national operation with a team of Hoosiers that just keeps growing. Small companies grow into big companies in Indiana, where teams of Hoosiers do big things powered by a stable and affordable business climate.”

The company will expand its corporate campus on Indianapolis’ near east side. In addition to making improvements to facilities on its current campus footprint, Angie’s List will renovate the 176,000 square-foot former Ford manufacturing facility currently owned by Indianapolis Public Schools just east of the company’s current campus, which will be ready for occupancy in 2017. Angie’s List will also construct a parking garage with in excess of 1,000 parking spaces across from the company’s current campus, which will be ready for use by 2016. Through these projects, the company will invest approximately $40 million over the next several years, enabling it to continue its rapid growth in Indianapolis and participate in the revitalization of the East Washington Street corridor.

Angie's List Indiana

“Angie’s List is thrilled to commit to further expansion in the state of Indiana,” said Angie Hicks, co-founder of Angie’s List. “The combination of Indiana’s pro-growth business environment, access to great human capital in central Indiana and the city of Indianapolis’ commitment to neighborhood redevelopment has helped to drive our continued growth.”