FISHERS, Ind. - If you live or work in Fishers, you may have noticed the town's train station is gone.
The 18-year-old building was torn down Monday in a matter of hours. We got video at roughly 11 a.m. (see the clip in the player) and crews were hard at work.
A 33,000-square-foot office building and 400-space parking garage will go in the now-empty space, and that's slated to be finished next year.
The demolition and new office building are all part of a much larger project Fishers officials are calling "The Switch."
Watch our video to find out more.
Also going into the Nickel Plate District will be an apartment building and some mixed-use space open to the community.
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