Westfield officials have finally chosen a design—a series of modern, glass-and-stone structures with walking paths and bridges—for Grand Junction Plaza, a project that’s already more than seven years in the planning.
Marion County is suffering from a severe shortage of affordable housing and the inventory is not expected to increase anytime soon. The most popular financing option to help build affordable housing projects is so limited that only a small fraction of the developments get built.
High-profile startup High Alpha is helping Milhaus Development identify potential anchor tenants for the office portion of its proposed 825,000-square-foot project along downtown's Massachusetts Avenue.
Thousands of apartments have been built downtown in recent years to satisfy a voracious appetite for more rental housing in the city’s core. But demand for new apartments in the Indianapolis area finally appears to be softening.
Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley, R-Noblesville, wants the state to buy the 102-acre General Motors stamping plant site on the western edge of downtown and turn it into an expansion of White River State Park.
Tim Haak left his job in economic development to take on the new full-time position, even though it might not last. Now on his plate: Creekside Corporate Park, traffic reconfiguration and the planned $10 million town hall.
Allied Solutions LLC, a Carmel-based firm that serves the financial sector, is planning construction of a five-story building in the Midtown area, more than doubling the size of its existing headquarters.