Local developer Onyx+East is seeking city approval for the project at 2060 Yandes St., which is expected to feature nearly 50 townhouses and four single-family units.
IBJ sat down with leaders of College Football Playoff Inc. and members of the local host committee to discuss the preparations underway to make the January game a reality.
Buckingham Cos. hopes to construct nearly 450 residences with a mix of single-family homes, townhouses and apartments on the property on East 96th Street.
BMW’s M Driving Experience Center will include a showroom, classroom areas, a conference room and direct access to the IMS road course.
Experts say whether the event yields results that revolutionize the driverless car industry or not, it is another feather in the cap for Indiana and likely to serve as a springboard for new jobs and investments in the state’s tech sector.
Indianapolis-based Landmark Properties plans to buy the five-story Center Township Trustee’s building, with an eye toward office and first-floor retail uses.
The NCAA’s efforts to address equity imbalances could lead to a joint championship site later this decade, with Indianapolis believed to be a likely contender for hosting such a spectacle.
Featuring an exterior of clear and light-colored glass, the building would replace the current headquarters of the American College of Sports Medicine while giving the group a new home.
Experts say the deal could be a boon if the annuity and life insurance firm manages to leverage the exposure in a manner that pushes the bounds of a traditional naming-rights deal.
The $35 million boutique hotel at 141 E. Washington St., at the corner of Delaware Street, will open in a remodeled 60,000-square-foot building that was constructed in 1969 for State Life Insurance Co. and was the home of local law firm Riley Bennett & Egloff from 2003 to 2019.
The development at 22nd Street would keep rents low for tenants while providing nearly free space for initiatives focusing on career building, mental health and substance abuse.
Developer Thompson Thrift, which began planning the $110 million development in 2015, sold the property in a deal that brokers said “attracted nationwide investor interest and achieved record-breaking pricing.”
The 18,000-seat venue downtown is now called Gainbridge Fieldhouse, thanks to a multiyear sponsorship deal between Pacers Sports & Entertainment and Indianapolis-based insurance holding firm Group One Thousand One LLC, the parent of Gainbridge Insurance Agency LLC.
Jim Irsay wants to share his memorabilia with the world—and he’s been having early conversations with Indianapolis and other cities about creating a museum to do just that.
Expected to be a key component of 16 Tech’s live-work vision, the apartment project will include a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom units.
More than 22 million square feet of space is already under construction, with some brokerages estimating several million more will break ground by the end of the year.
As part of the deal, the West Club at the stadium will be renamed the WynnBet Club—a 21-and-up sports bar on the club level.
The Caesars Sportsbook Lounge replaces the former Blue Room as a place in Lucas Oil Stadium where patrons 21 years and older can go to see games in progress on TVs and view live odds while they place bets from their phones.
The restaurants are set to open in early 2022, following a $1 million renovation of the property by restaurant group O’Reilly Holdings LLC, which owns both concepts.