Greyhound Bus Terminal

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    The Greyhound Bus Terminal in downtown Evansville, Indiana, also known as the Greyhound Bus Station, is a Moderne-style building from 1938. It was built at a cost of $150,000.The terminal, located at the corner of Third and Sycamore streets, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

    In July 2008, the long-unused bus terminal and its site had been considered in discussions about potential locations for a new arena that would replace Roberts Municipal Stadium. By December, city council approved plans to build the Ford Center in another downtown location.

    In December 2011, then Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel announced plans to turn the adjacent property into Bicentennial Park to celebrate the city’s upcoming bicentennial in 2012.

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