The new facility is expected to create a little more than a thousand jobs by 2015 and have a $150 million economic impact on the state.
A poll from the Indiana Merchants for Tax Fairness shows 61 percent of Hoosiers say the same tax should be payed for local and online purchases.
With the deal, Indiana becomes the fourth state in which Amazon will collect an online sales tax.
A smartphone app is the latest front in the battle over collecting online sales taxes.
The Plainfield location will be the second in that city and the third in a small area around Indianapolis International Airport.
IRC says the state is losing hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue.
Amazon is currently recruiting candidates for jobs at the Indianapolis facility.
Christian author Karen Kingsbury uses Bloomington as a setting in her best-selling books, so she decided to bring her fans here too.