Last season, the tribe brought an average of 9,159 fans to Victory Field per game to lead the International League. With 21 home games left this season, the club needs to make up a lot of ground.
Herman & Kittle Properties has requested a zoning change that would allow it to build three apartment buildings in the 2300 block of Lafayette Road.
Attendees at this year’s edition of the massive tabletop-gaming confab could top 60,000, with an economic impact as high as $75 million.
Strategic Capital Partners and Goodwill Industries are partnering on complex intended to diversify downtown rental market.
Off-the-court features like kids days and free food have been key to putting fans in seats as the team struggles mightily on court.
The fast-growing residential developer has announced plans for projects in the Fletcher Place and Fall Creek neighborhoods.
Much of the research at the hub—located at Purdue’s Research Park—will be done in partnership with government agencies, including the Indiana Department of Transportation, and private-sector companies.
The team’s strong online following is more important to the Pacers brand than racking up wins on the virtual hardwood.
A method to pair commercially available soft contact lenses with bio-compatible sensors could lead to a device that will help doctors better manage ocular disease and monitor other biological changes in their patients.
Brian Payne, the mind behind the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, says he is generally supportive of electric scooter use on the trail—with a caveat.
The company—one of two offering rent-by-the-minute scooters in Indianapolis—said it plans to return to business once the city establishes its regulatory procedures.
The former Indianapolis Colts is looking to expand a local love for fried pickles and mixed drinks that he’s cultivated through his home-grown sports bar.
A national credit-reporting and mortgage-data company founded in San Diego plans to spend nearly $3.6 million to establish its headquarters and operations center downtown in the Landmark Center.
The company could receive up to $1.025 million in state tax credits as part of its expansion plans, which include adding 2,000 square feet to its Fishers office.
An Indianapolis-based developer is seeking approval for a 25-acre development in a high-profile location in Lebanon.
The 70-year-old business, an institution in the local African-American community, is seeking reorganization after accumulating hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of tax and business debts.
WISH-TV and WTHR have invested heavily in technology to make their news sets grab viewers, but their methods of operation vary widely.