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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Things are moving along at the $25 million MARQ building in downtown Lafayette.
Earlier this week, the regional headquarters for Old National Bank opened for business.
It was also announced this week that Brew Burger will be opening up in the building's restaurant space.
Work continues on a riverfront promenade and 99 apartments.
Development director Dennis Carson said there is already a waiting list of people wanting to rent.
He said it's a reflection of good things to come and it shows people are interested in what downtown Lafayette has to offer.
"It adds to the variety of options we have downtown as well too," he said. "So it's really exciting to have this open up and build this up and bring more people into the downtown area."
Work on the apartments is expected to wrap up in the next couple of months.
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