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Canal complex wins city incentives

June 26, 2007
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A new apartment and retail complex along the canal has won a 10-year tax abatement worth $2.7 million. The Cosmopolitan on the Canal project, by locally based Flaherty & Collins Properties, is...
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New look for convention center

June 25, 2007
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Locally based Ratio Architects this afternoon unveiled final plans for a 420,000-square-foot expansion of the Indiana Convention Center. It includes 254,000 square feet of additional exhibit space, 63,000...
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Food news: Mexican, Cuban coming

June 25, 2007
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Deals are in the works for two new restaurants downtown: a Mexican joint and a Cuban joint. Adobo Grill is expected to complete a deal this week to take about 6,000 square feet...
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Walsingham parking hurdle cleared?

June 25, 2007
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For about two years, a lack of parking has delayed a condo conversion at the historic Walsingham Apartments (pictured here, courtesy of Indiana Historical Society) at Delaware and 16th streets. But now, an...
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Bank leaving flagship corner

June 22, 2007
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Flagstar Bank will likely vacate one of downtown's highest visibility corners, at Meridian and Washington streets, later this year. Midland Atlantic is marketing the 3,500-square-foot space in 2 N. Meridian St. as an...
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Jefferson Plaza revamp underway

June 21, 2007
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Downtown's Jefferson Plaza is getting a facelift and a new name. Developer J. Greg Allen says he's talking with three potential restaurants interested in opening on the first floor with outdoor dining...
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A new vision for Speedway

June 20, 2007
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The Speedway Redevelopment Commission has unveiled its vision for the redevelopment of 400 acres bordered by Main Street, Olin Avenue, and 10th and 16th streets. They're calling it The Speed Zone and want...
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4 beds, 2 baths and a billboard

June 19, 2007
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If you've driven north on Delaware Street toward 16th, you've seen this billboard. But did you notice the Herron-Morton home behind it? The house is for sale, and it's one of the most interesting listing I've seen in a while....
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A 'bounce house' to rule them all

June 19, 2007
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This has to be the coolest use of warehouse space yet. A Fishers company called BounceZone has leased 12,000 square feet northwest of 146th Street and Cumberland Road in Noblesville with plans...
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Bonefish Grill in Avon closes

June 18, 2007
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Is Indy losing its status as a chain-restaurant darling? Another popular restaurant has closed, this time the Bonefish Grill in Avon. Other area Bonefish Grill restaurants remain open. The concept is owned by...
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Town Center eyed for Bloomington

June 18, 2007
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One of the companies promoting Hamilton County's Saxony is also leasing a new town center project in Bloomington. The 575-acre development would sit northwest of the intersection of State Road 37 and...
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Prominent developer looking at Indy

June 15, 2007
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The founder of the country's largest black-owned real estate firm, R. Donahue Peebles, spoke at the Madam C.J. Walker Theater earlier this week. His company, Peebles Corp., has $4 billion in projects currently...
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Tower House on Meridian

June 14, 2007
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Here's a rendering for the $50-million project I wrote about yesterday. The Tower House on Meridian proposal incorporates the existing Grain Dealers Mutual Insurance building along Meridian Street and would add a 14-story...
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Beat goes on at Verizon

June 14, 2007
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Will the owners of Verizon Wireless Music Center find a buyer? So far, the answer is no. Several brokers say the unofficial asking price of more than $40 million is...
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City to review $50M project

June 13, 2007
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A redevelopment proposal for the north end of downtown is up for zoning approval at 1 p.m. Thursday. If developers can secure financing and city approval, the $50-million project would incorporate the...
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Around town retail roundup

June 13, 2007
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Several new stores and restaurants have filed plans to open locations all over the city. Wherever you live, chances are there's something coming nearby. North: The area's first location for salad-focused Tossed...
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Red Robin, Red Robin ...

June 12, 2007
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Colorado-based burger chain Red Robin is entering the Indianapolis market in a big way starting later this month. The chain plans to open its first location in Plainfield on June 18. It...
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Overhaul underway on IPS building

June 11, 2007
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The administrative building for Indianapolis Public Schools is getting a $3.2 million overhaul to shore up two levels of parking. Workers have removed the facade from most of the second and third floorsJohn  Morton-Finney  CenterMore

Cabela's getting $18M in city bonds

June 11, 2007
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The city of Greenwood plans to help with financing on a Cabela's store at the southeast corner of Interstate 65 and County Line Road. The Nebraska-based outdoors retailing giant has a deal to...
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Fresh Market delayed but still a go

June 7, 2007
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Since crews finished clearing the old Atlas Supermarket site in March, the corner has been conspicuously quiet. The lack of construction work has helped fuel speculation that the deal for a Fresh...
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College leasing chunk of Lexington

June 7, 2007
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A private college system plans to move into the Lexington project at Meridian and 12th Streets downtown. Brown Mackie College has executed a lease for 25,000 square feet in the 1921 building that...
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Carmel mansion is history

June 6, 2007
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In the market for a 20,000-square-foot mansion with 4 bedrooms, 7 full baths and 5 partial baths? Too late! The former home of Dr. Donald Perez and his wife Karen, built in...
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D'vine move clears way for big project

June 5, 2007
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Premier Properties has taken another step toward its ambitious plan for Woodfield Crossing. The company has a deal to relocate D'vine A Wine Bar from an existing retail building on the Woodfield property to another building it owns. More

Redevelopment in Greenwood area

June 5, 2007
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Southsiders may have wondered what's going on at the northeast corner of Madison Avenue and County Line Road, across from Lowe's and McDonald's. Well, wonder no more. Locally based Peacock Companies is planning a new retail strip with outlots including...
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Decision time on RiverPlace

June 4, 2007
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The Fishers Town Council could decide the fate tonight of a controversial mixed-use project that includes residential high-rises along the White River. What do you think they'll do? The $500-million project by Centre...
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  4. My best always! Dave Wilson

  5. How did Columbus, Ohio pull off a car share service without a single dollar of public subsidies? They must not have a mayor who is on the take like Indianapolis. Daimler Benz offers Columbus residents their Smart Cars on a market-driven basis: "This has some neat features. Cars don’t have to be picked up and dropped off at fixed points. You find one with your smart phone based on GPS, and drop it off anywhere in the service area you can find a spot – even at a meter. These cars aren’t required to feed the meter so you get free on street parking while using them. I was told this system was put in place on a market basis without subsidies – and that the vendor actually pays the city for the use of the meters." http://www.urbanophile.com/2014/05/26/checking-in-on-columbus/

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