The landmark Indian Motorcycle Company Complex (historically known as “Motocycle”) has been rehabilitated, providing 200-units of much needed affordable housing in Springfield, Massachusetts. The renowned company was instrumental in the early development of motorbikes, and by 1914 they were the largest producers of motorcycles in the world. By the late-20th century, the manufacturing facility was in disrepair, with half of the complex ultimately lost decades ago. Developer Gordon Pulsifer of First Resource Companies undertook a recent rehabilitation of the complex. Heritage and affiliate Chris Beard of Essex Preservation secured state and federal historic tax credit approvals for the Preservation Massachusetts award winning project.