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Buckingham reignites plan for Lantern Commons project

August 11, 2014
Scott Olson
Buckingham's plans for the property at U.S. 31 and 161st Street in Westfield show a mix of retail and residential uses.
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YMCA set to break ground on $22M CityWay project

June 10, 2014
Scott Olson
The not-for-profit is expected to begin construction on the three-story, 87,000-square-foot downtown facility July 16, with a completion date of December 2015.
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Buckingham rethinking plans for prime Zionsville site

March 29, 2014
Andrea Muirragui Davis
Buckingham Cos. says it is still weighing options for a key property it controls in downtown Zionsville, but two nearby landowners are trying to sell their parcels after talks with the developer broke down.
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Buckingham Cos. nabs downtown Zionsville site

October 12, 2013
Andrea Muirragui Davis
The prolific developer behind Indianapolis’ $155 million CityWay project is working on a plan to transform a key parcel in the heart of downtown Zionsville.
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City set to unveil Market Square project plans

July 15, 2013
Scott Olson
City officials will reveal the winner Tuesday morning from six teams that bid on redeveloping the downtown site. All proposed mixed-use projects, but they ranged in size from eight to 52 stories.
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Symphony conductor Urbanski, wife settle in at CityWay

June 22, 2013
Sam Stall
The Indianapolis abode of Polish-born conductor Krzysztof Urbanski and his wife, Joanna, is nice but a bit on the small side—a 1,376-square-foot apartment inside downtown’s new CityWay development.
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Housing group sues Buckingham over apartment accessibility

December 11, 2012
Scott Olson
The National Fair Housing Alliance alleges in a lawsuit that four of the local apartment developer's properties violate Fair Housing Act accessibility requirements.
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Report: Apartment gains could cool in 2013

October 23, 2012
Cory Schouten
Indianapolis-area apartment occupancy and rent rates should continue to grow in 2013, albeit at a slower pace, as developers finish more units and the single-family market picks up steam, the locally based apartment brokerage Tikijian Associates predicts in a new report.
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CityWay sells out first phase of apartments

July 26, 2012
Cory Schouten
Developer Buckingham Cos. has taken deposits for all 100 apartments in the first phase of its $155 million CityWay project at Delaware and South streets in downtown Indianapolis.
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Buckingham recruiting tenants for CityWay office buildingRestricted Content

June 16, 2012
Structure to be built steps away from Rolls-Royce, Lilly and newly built apartments and retail space.
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Buckingham reviving Gramercy project with smaller plans

May 29, 2012
Kathleen McLaughlin
Buckingham Cos. has revived plans to redevelop the massive Mohawk Hills apartment complex in Carmel, but the latest version of its Gramercy project takes a huge step back from the original dense, urban-revival-style plan the developer proposed six years ago.
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Retail lineup taking shape for CityWay project

May 22, 2012
Cory Schouten
CityWay has landed a fine dining restaurant, a mixology bar, a Qdoba and a frozen yogurt shop as developer Buckingham Cos. turns its attention to the retail portion of the $155 million mixed-use project.
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Deal rekindles $45M downtown projectRestricted Content

March 17, 2012
Cory Schouten
Former partners in Kosene & Kosene Development have settled a legal dispute that jeopardized redevelopment of the vacant former Bank One Operations Center downtown. Milhaus Development has until May 1 to begin construction.
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New apartments in 2012 on track for a 25-year high

November 1, 2011
Cory Schouten
A survey of developers suggests up to 3,438 new units could hit the rental market next year, which would be the highest total since 1987, when central Indiana gained about 4,500 units.
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Bush Stadium rehab is Watson's latest creative projectRestricted Content

July 16, 2011
Katie Maurer
Longtime Indianapolis developer launches spirited attempt to save baseball palace.
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McNamara moving from Broad Ripple after 57 years

July 7, 2011
Scott Olson
The florist is moving from the Broad Ripple retail space it has occupied since 1954. Local developer Buckingham Cos., which purchased the property in 2000, is preparing for the redevelopment of Monon Place.
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Local developer ready to start $18M project

July 1, 2011
Associated Press
Indianapolis-based Buckingham Cos. is expected to start construction this summer on an $18 million, 146-unit apartment building in downtown Columbus.
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Quail Run Apartments in Zionsville changes hands

June 29, 2011
Richmond, Va.-based McCann Realty Partners LLC bought the 166-unit complex with a $9.25 million loan. The sale marks the second time Quail Run has changed ownership in the past two years.
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Chambers quietly built Buckingham into real estate colossusRestricted Content

June 25, 2011
Cory Schouten
The North of South mixed-use project in downtown Indianapolis is just the latest development for Brad Chambers, who started out in the landscaping business.
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Condo sales lag in hot downtown apartment market

April 5, 2011
Cory Schouten
New apartment projects carrying premium rents are popping up all over downtown, but the strong demand for urban living isn't providing much of a boost for the condo market.
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City agency signs off on North of South site plans

February 10, 2011
Scott Olson
Regional Center Hearing Examiner gives blessing to the $155 million development's master plan. Site plans will go before the Metropolitan Development Commission on March 2.
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Council to vote on funding for North of South project

February 7, 2011
The City-County Council will consider Monday evening whether to allow the city to issue $98 million in bonds to finance a portion of the controversial $155 million development.
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Council committee to consider North of South bonds

January 17, 2011
Scott Olson
Approval would let city issue $98 million in bonds to finance its portion of the $155 million North of South mixed-use project set to be built on 14 acres north of South Street between Delaware Street and Virginia Avenue.
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North of South project clears rezoning hurdle

December 16, 2010
Scott Olson
The Metropolitan Development Commission agreed to rezone 14 acres of land, which houses a parking lot north of South Street between Delaware Street and Virginia Avenue downtown, to accommodate the $155 million mixed-use project.
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North of South financing clears first hurdle

December 2, 2010
Scott Olson
The Metropolitan Development Commission has approved an $86 million city loan to help fund the $155 million mixed-used development near the downtown campus of Eli Lilly and Co. The project still needs approval from the City-County Council.
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  1. By the way, the right to work law is intended to prevent forced union membership, not as a way to keep workers in bondage as you make it sound, Italiano. If union leadership would spend all of their funding on the workers, who they are supposed to be representing, instead of trying to buy political favor and living lavish lifestyles as a result of the forced membership, this law would never had been necessary.

  2. Unions once served a noble purpose before greed and apathy took over. Now most unions are just as bad or even worse than the ills they sought to correct. I don't believe I have seen a positive comment posted by you. If you don't like the way things are done here, why do you live here? It would seem a more liberal environment like New York or California would suit you better?

  3. just to clear it up... Straight No Chaser is an a capella group that formed at IU. They've toured nationally typically doing a capella arangements of everything from Old Songbook Standards to current hits on the radio.

  4. This surprises you? Mayor Marine pulled the same crap whenhe levered the assets of the water co up by half a billion $$$ then he created his GRAFTER PROGRAM called REBUILDINDY. That program did not do anything for the Ratepayors Water Infrastructure Assets except encumber them and FORCE invitable higher water and sewer rates on Ratepayors to cover debt coverage on the dough he stole FROM THE PUBLIC TRUST. The guy is morally bankrupt to the average taxpayer and Ratepayor.

  5. There is no developer on the planet that isn't aware of what their subcontractors are doing (or not doing). They hire construction superintendents. They have architects and engineers on site to observe construction progress. If your subcontractor wasn't doing their job, you fire them and find someone who will. If people wonder why more condos aren't being built, developers like Kosene & Kosene are the reason. I am glad the residents were on the winning end after a long battle.

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