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Angie's List $40M investment brightens outlook for blighted area

Some real estate experts wonder whether the area’s revival relies too much on Angie’s List.
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Justice center deal tests transparency laws

Three teams competing to partner with Indianapolis on a half-billion-dollar criminal justice complex shaped the city’s yet-to-be released specifications in closed-door meetings.
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New Hilton brand coming to downtown's Illinois Building

A Canopy by Hilton will occupy the historic building just a block from Monument Circle as part of chain's launch of the new brand in 11 cities.
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Cambria hotel in works near Westfield's Grand Park

A Cleveland-based development group intends to build a $17 million, 150-room Cambria Suites hotel along 186th Street across from Westfield's burgeoning youth-sports complex.
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Hotel developer planning project near Hamilton Town Center

A hotel developer based in Columbus, Indiana, is working on plans to build a Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites near Hamilton Town Center in Noblesville. Could more hotels be coming down the pike?
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Developer seeks tax break for downtown hotel project

Developers planning a new Home2 Suites by Hilton in downtown Indianapolis are asking the city for a property-tax break on the project that could save them more than $650,000.
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Contractor investing $1.6M to create local HQ near downtown

Messer Construction Co. is rehabbing a pair of buildings on North Meridian Street that it bought earlier this year.
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Indianapolis apartment boom, design bust?

Observers question architectural creativity, quality of materials in some new downtown apartments.
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Firefighters union wins OK for College Avenue parking lot

Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission members gave the union the go-ahead to build the lot, paving the way for a $43 million apartment and retail development on Mass Ave.
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$20M project on tap for Mapleton-Fall Creek area

The planned $20 million senior housing and retail project could help breathe new life into a blighted neighborhood that’s sorely in need of investment.
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