JOIN US ON OCTOBER 13
At the new Science and Magic Corporation of America Global Corporate Headquarters.
WE'VE MOVED TO BOTTLEWORKS
At the Northeast end of Mass Ave in Indianapolis
WELCOME TO OUR NEW HQ
The perfect laboratory for Science and Magic to do science and make magic, at the Crossroads of America.
The Science and Magic Corporation of America
850 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 178
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Bottleworks is a historic urban reclamation project years in the making, and it features a fully restored Art Deco period Hotel, the Garage Food Hall, a beautiful new movie theater, tons of shops, ample parking, and access to all that Mass Ave and Downtown Indianapolis has to offer.
It’s also conveniently located at the North split of I-70 and I-65, so it’s easy to get to and easy to find for our clients, no matter where they’re coming from.
It’s even better than a magic castle.
We are thrilled to announce Science and Magic’s new location at the Bottleworks district on Mass Ave. If you’re from Indy, you already know how great the Mass Ave neighborhood is, and Bottleworks is it’s newest development.
We wanted our headquarters to be in a place where our clients would want to spend time with us. The new world-class art deco Bottleworks Hotel is a fantastic place for our out-of-town clients to stay when they visit.
We’ll also have access to several large meeting rooms, including the former lab where drink experiments were carried out by the Coca-Cola Company, and the room where the secret formula to Coca-Cola was kept (the gigantic safe is still there!).
The Garage Foodhall offers tons of delicious places to eat (and drink), there’s the fantastic Living Room Theater, and plenty of uniquely Hoosier shopping abounds.
If that’s not enough, we are walking distance from Mass Ave’s clubs, concert venues, restaurants and shops, and just minutes from Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Lucas Oil Stadium, Monument Circle, and all that Downtown Indy has to offer.
Keep scrolling for some awesome videos on Bottleworks, its restoration, and its impact on the City of Indianapolis.