The Indiana Design Center announced this week that they have put together several tenant agreements for their 82,000 square foot building. Set to officially open in the Summer of 2010, the center will serve the community of design professionals and their clients by providing a premier collection of resources including fine traditional and contemporary residential and contract furnishings including fabrics, floor coverings, kitchen and bath products, lighting, architectural productions, wall coverings and accessories. Already open for business are Trade Source and Albert Square Ltd./J. Baker Interiors. Businesses to soon occupy the showrooms are Out and Julie Brien Design Group. Angie Fischer Design Group, Deborah Marr Interiors, Design Studio Vriesman, NEW Brand Development Studio, Jay Slifer Design Group, April Willy, and Ecotots will relocate their businesses to the building's professional office suites. Also to open is the The Blu Moon Cafe. A central feature of the building is a 4,200 square foot design resource library. The resource library will include product catalogs and samples not available in the showrooms as well as product showcase opportunities for manufacturers. The Indiana Design Center is located at 200 South Range Line Road in the Carmel Arts & Design District. This proximity to the District provides access to interior designers, art galleries, eateries, showrooms and antique dealers. For more information visit IndianaDesignCenter.com.