The group says the revised plan for the north-split interchange falls short on increasing connectivity between neighborhoods separated by the interstates, and boosting economic development opportunities.
The company is spending millions of dollars to broaden its foothold as internet connectivity becomes the norm in vehicles, opening up a wealth of opportunities for enhanced entertainment, marketing and data services.
Investors hope Greenfield-based Elanco—the No. 4 animal health company in the world—will be the next Zoetis, the former animal-health division of Pfizer, which has nearly tripled in value since going public in 2013.
Milhaus President Jeremy Stephenson, a panelist at IBJ's Commercial Real Estate Power Breakfast on Wednesday, said job growth and millennials' tendency to put off marriage are helping to support the downtown apartment market.