Rent Our Facilities

Rent Our Facilities

The Indianapolis Bar Association has several rooms available for rental in its professional office space located at the intersection of Ohio and Pennsylvania streets downtown. These meeting spaces are available for groups as large as 125 and offer convenient and comfortable spaces with state of the art amenities.

See the listing below for available rooms and rates. Contact Natalie Cox, Office Coordinator, for more information or to rent one of our meeting spaces

Meeting Facilities

Meeting facilities are available for rental Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cold drinks are included with each room rental; coffee and tea service available for additional $10 fee. Wireless access is available throughout the office. Phone conferencing is available.

IndyBar Education Center

IndyBar Education Center

Perfect for your large meeting or presentation. Corner windowed room overlooking Delaware and Ohio streets. Seats 125 in classroom setting and equipped with integrated audio/visual technology

Pricing: $500 per day/$250 half day/$25 per hour for less than a half day. 50 percent discount on room rental fees for non-seminar use by IndyBar members.

 

IndyBar Education Center

Board Room A & B

Comfortable setting for a large meeting or presentation. Windowed room overlooking Pennsylvania Street. Seats 30.

Pricing: $150 full day/$75 half day

 

IndyBar Education Center

Board Room A or Board Room B

One half of our full Board room. Perfect for your client meeting or deposition. Windowed rooms overlooking Pennsylvania Street. Seats 14.

Pricing: $100 full day/$50 half day

 

IndyBar Education Center

President's Room

Your meeting or client conference will fit right in. Windowed room overlooking Pennsylvania Street. Seats 14.

Pricing: $100 full day/$50 half day

IndyBar Fast Facts

  • Membership (as of 1/4/2017): 4,427
  • Year Founded: 1878
  • Governed by a Board of Directors
  • Membership composed of attorneys, judges, paralegals & law students

 

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