OmniSite will be relocating to a new facility at 203 W Morris Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225 in September 2015. May 5, 2015 OmniSite Post in News Just released- OmniSite will be relocating to a new facility at 203 W Morris Street, Indianapolis, IN 46225 in September 2015. The historic factory at 203 W. Morris was the former home of the L.W. Ott Manufacturing Company, which manufactured leather and upholstered furniture in the early 20th century. Ott was the first furniture manufacturer in Indianapolis in the late 1800’s. The building is in its original form, but remains in good condition; given its age. The warehouse has the original large oak beams and trusses inside the facility that will be preserved, reconditioned, and exposed, to provide the central focal point of the renovated building interior, preserving part of Indianapolis’s rich history. The warehouse sits on a large 1.8-acre parking lot, with plenty of free parking for employees, and excellent Interstate access to I65 and I70. “OmniSite is a high tech employer. Relocation to downtown Indianapolis places OmniSite closer to other high tech companies in Indianapolis, such as Angie’s List, Rolls Royce, and Exact Target, and also closer to IUPUI and Butler Universities providing access to employees in the STEM fields”, said Tom Ward, OmniSite’s President and Founder. “Indianapolis provides a central location in Indiana, providing better proximity to high tech workers from all sides of Indianapolis. Attracting high tech employees to Greenwood, Indiana has proven to be extremely difficult, and a more central location in Indianapolis will be an important aspect of OmniSite’s future business growth and management plan”, noted Tom Ward The 203 W. Morris property is a 17,000 sq. ft. facility, providing the space OmniSite needs today, and for the future. The large 1.8-acre property that comes with this location allows OmniSite to stay in this location for many, many years; expanding as needed without an additional relocation. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.