Founded in 1991 by John Goodman, Goodman Real Estate, Inc. (GRE) is a leading privately held real estate investment company specializing in multifamily and commercial real estate. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, we maintain a diversified portfolio of quality commercial property investments across the United States and Canada.
Our Three Biggest Supporters
The help of HomeStreet Bank, the City of Madison, and Clifty Engineering are critical to the success of the Miss Madison racing team.
Community Driven — it’s not just a slogan, it’s a way of life for both the Miss Madison Racing Team and for HomeStreet Bank. For 100 years, HomeStreet Bank has served its customers and communities, striving to “do well by doing good.” Today, at almost $6 billion dollars in assets, HomeStreet is one of the largest banks in the West and one of the largest mortgage lenders in the Pacific Northwest.
Learn more about the bank sponsorship of Miss Madison by visiting their Miss HomeStreet page.
HomeStreet, Inc. (NASDAQ:HMST) is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Seattle, Washington and is the holding company for HomeStreet Bank, a state-chartered, FDIC-insured savings bank. HomeStreet Bank offers consumer, commercial and private banking services, investment and insurance products and originates residential and commercial mortgages and construction loans for borrowers located in the Western United States and Hawaii. Additional information on HomeStreet Bank can be found at www.homestreet.com.
Madison, Indiana was settled in the early 1800’s by pioneers floating down the Ohio River looking for new opportunity. It became one of the major cities in the Midwest. Envisioned as the State Capital, Madison was designed with wide boulevards to showcase the government buildings and fine homes. However, America moved westward, leaving Madison behind.
Today, renewed appreciation for historic preservation has brought new life to the city. The entire downtown (over 2,000 structures) is on the National Historic Register. In 2006, the Secretary of the Interior presented the City with the designation of National Historic Landmark District. The city has been recognized as one of a “Dozen Distinguished Destinations” in America in 2001 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The Ladies Home Journal has called Madison “the prettiest small town in the Midwest.”
Madison was the setting for the 1958 movie “Some Came Running” which starred Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, and for the movie “Madison” which re-created the city’s 1971 APBA Gold Cup hydroplane victory. The movie, starring Jim Caviezel and Jake Lloyd, was released in April 2005. Also filmed in Madison was a 15-minute World War II propaganda film, “The Town”.
Currently a city of 12,500 people, Madison is a thriving industrial, commercial and residential area conveniently located within an hour or two of Cincinnati, OH, Lousville, KY and Indianapolis, IN.
City of Madison Events
Madison, Indiana offers a variety of festivals and special events throughout the year. Come join us in the celebrations!
For a schedule of events or to check the status of an event, contact the Madison Area Convention and Visitors Bureau at 800-559-2956 or 812-265-2956 or visit the web site www.VisitMadison.org for current information on upcoming events.
Madison Visitors Center, 601 West First Street
Local, regional and state information is available along with road & bike maps, brochures, public restrooms, lodging availability, a 10-minute video presentation on Madison and local souvenirs. Group tour information and motor coach parking is available.
Visitor Center hours are:
- Mid-December – March: M-F 9am-5pm Sat 10am-3pm Sun 11am-3pm
- April – mid-December: M-F 9am-5pm Sat 9am-4pm Sun 11am-4pm