Using a self-directed Roth IRA account, John Gremling buys and sells property to rent out to tenants, including veterans seeking help from groups like Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation of Indiana.
A new company offers a chance to hurl weapons for fun.
Stuart Alter, the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s first director of technology strategy, said collaborations with partners in the community and with other museums help the institution enhance the visitor experience and make its art available to more people.
Two coffee shop hopefuls looking to open on neighboring lots in the Carmel Arts & Design District have learned their divergent fates.
The church is negotiating to purchase a 38-acre property in Fishers about a mile north of a proposed site for its congregation that nearby residents resisted.
Historic preservation officials examined plans on Wednesday for an eight-story office building and the pie-slice-shaped face for the project, in preparation of a major meeting in July.
A six-month-long study of development scenarios along a 10-mile stretch of Mount Comfort Road is feeding local leaders with data on potential projects and helping guide land-use decisions.
Tom and Ed Battista of Bluebeard fame have purchased the Christian Unity Missionary Baptist Church near Spades Park with hopes of opening a three-screen independent cinema and restaurant.
As farmers markets have grown increasingly popular in Indianapolis, relationships among vendors, restaurants and foodies have taken root across the city.
I-Town Church has moved a step forward in its controversial plan to build a house of worship at the busy intersection of 126th Street and Brooks School Road in Fishers.
Stanley Black & Decker’s signs finally are coming down at the Best Access Solutions building at 75th Street and Binford Boulevard after a big acquisition in February by Dormakaba Group.
A plan to build a new house of worship in Fishers on land now occupied by the Gray Eagle Golf Course driving range and clubhouse has raised red flags from nearby homeowners and at least one member of the Fishers City Council.
The survey was commissioned by the Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association in conjunction with a campaign to overhaul alcohol laws.
Co-owner Ted Miller confirms financial problems drove the decision to shut down the 3-year-old brewery and a neighboring restaurant that opened in February.
From an idea developed in Noblesville High School’s Innovations program, The Storybook Factory aims to engage young readers as video games and other screens compete for their attention.
Not-for-profit Dig IN said it plans to refocus efforts to support local food communities after receiving a $25,000 grant.
Ian Steff, who was named Indiana’s first chief innovation officer less than a year ago, accepted a position in the Trump administration this week to help boost domestic manufacturing.
Race fans can now view more than a dozen pieces of Indianapolis 500 history not on view in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum by using a new 3-D internet database.
The Cat recently opened in the Arts & Design District and in the same space where The Warehouse abruptly closed earlier this year. It hopes to be a kind of “off-off-Broadway” venue.