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Welcome to Property Lines, Indy's source for neighborhood real estate news. Your host is Scott Olson, IBJ's real estate beat reporter. Founded by Cory Schouten.

Mental health association buys Yellow Rose Inn

An elegant Old Northside mansion known as the Yellow Rose Inn has a new owner with plans to discontinue a bed-and-breakfast operation.
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Developer eyes Penn Centre as it wraps up Allen Plaza

Allen Commercial Group is offering for sale the first of 30 condos in its flagship nine-story Allen Plaza building along Pennsylvania Street downtown. And the firm is working on a phasing plan for its much-larger Penn Centre proposal.
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The Nature Conservancy sets green example with new HQ

The Nature Conservancy's new $10-million headquarters has enough environmentally friendly features to qualify for the highest level of LEED certification.
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IBJ Media seeking approval for new projecting sign

The parent company of IBJ has filed plans to add a new sign with an electronic-message component outside the newspaper's headquarters at 41 E. Washington St.
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Renovation planned for former Buick showroom

Builder and developer Shiel Sexton is renovating an historic former Buick showroom that most recently served as a self-storage facility into LEED-certified office space.
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Regions Bank joins skyline

The Regions name and logo are joining the city's skyline atop One Indiana Square.
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Brokers revise plan for key lots

The owners of two vacant buildings and a fenced lot along Washington Street downtown aren’t giving up on redevelopment even after their plans for a...
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Office building getting a new look

A four-story building at Washington and Delaware streets downtown is getting a full makeover. The 11,000-square-foot property is being marketed to retail users for the first floor and office for the other three. No tenants have committed yet, said Harvey...
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Blue fins in the sky

One Indiana Square is getting its new fin features, designed in part to give the building a more vertical and less boxy profile. They also are adding a splash of color. What do you think? (IBJ Photos/Robin Jerstad)
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IU's new business incubator

IU is breaking ground today on a $10 million life-sciences and Internet-technology incubator in Bloomington. The new facility will be 40,000 square feet and is scheduled for...
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