Real Estate & Retail


Children’s Museum expands footprint

August 16, 2014
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis plans to begin tearing down a nearby apartment building this month and is starting to explore options for the site that could include an outdoor attraction.More.

Residents of Packard condos settle suit with developer

August 21, 2014
Residents of downtown's The Packard condominiums have settled a two-year-old lawsuit with developer Kosene & Kosene Residential.More.

New Grand Park in Westfield already $6M over budget

August 21, 2014
The Westfield City Council this month voted 5-1 to lend the project $6 million from a city infrastructure fund, money that the administration said would be repaid through future sponsorship revenue and possible litigation windfalls.More.

Engineers: Union Station requires $3.7 million in emergency repairs

August 20, 2014
The Department of Metropolitan Development could tap the downtown TIF fund to cover the costs. The problems were uncovered after bricks fell off the station's south wall in December 2012.More.



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Residents of Packard condos settle suit with developer

Residents of downtown's The Packard condominiums have settled a two-year-old lawsuit with developer Kosene & Kosene Residential.


Noble Roman's dough rises with higher profit, revenue

The Indianapolis-based franchisor continues to focus on offering take-and-bake pizzas in grocery stores and stand-alone locations to grow revenue.More.

State eyes downtown site for $17M archives project

Officials want developers to submit plans for a site on the American Legion Mall, including an existing historic building and a 36,000-square-foot addition.More.

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Special Report: City's building spree leaves trail of spoilsRestricted Content

Mayor Greg Ballard takes pride in Rebuild Indy, the city’s nearly $400 million program that doubled the volume of public works projects—and became engineering and construction firms' largest business opportunity with the city in more than a decade.More.

City bans bulk land-bank sales after lopsided deal with not-for-profit

Indianapolis last year sold 154 properties from its land bank for $1,000 each to a novice not-for-profit, which immediately flipped them for a total $500,000 profit. More than a dozen have changed hands multiple times since then, making investors more than $1 million. (with interactive map)More.

SPECIAL REPORT: Stock-based pay builds wealth for Indiana execsRestricted Content

IBJ's annual review of proxy statements for Indiana public companies found senior executives' median compensation rose 14 percent in 2011. But that analysis uses the fair market value of stock and options awards on the date they were granted. If a company's stock price surges, executives can make out far better. (with searchable database)More.

Warnings about broker's tactics went unheeded

Several state employees openly questioned how John Bales' real estate brokerage did business long before the FBI launched an investigation that led to his indictment.More.

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