The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis says it has reached an agreement to acquire the Salvation Army Indiana Divisional Headquarters. The two sides have been in a dispute stemming from construction of the museum’s $35 million Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience. The soon-to-open experience is located just behind the Salvation Army property.
Neither the museum or Salvation Army are sharing details of the deal. Museum Chief Executive Officer Jeff Patchen says "we are pleased to resolve this issue with our neighbor, and to acquire an adjacent property.
Divisional Commander Major Robert Webster says "this is a positive outcome for both organizations, and we look forward to announcing plans for a future Indiana Divisional headquarters soon."