The airport has added nearly 20 nonstop routes since the start of the year, a number that’s still shy of pre-pandemic levels but is a sign of recovery, at least in leisure travel.
The submissions—which are forerunners to formal bids—detail the city’s interesting in hosting the NFL scouting combine from 2023 to 2027 and the the draft in either 2025 or 2027.
The Colts FanDuel Pass includes tickets to four preselected regular season home games, along with $25 per game in gaming credit for FanDuel’s sports book app.
Contour Airlines initially agreed to launch the three nonstop U.S. flights in June 2020, but the pandemic grounded its plans.
Visit Indy has seen an uptick in the popularity of its attraction pass this summer, after the tourism group added new locations, reduced the cost and added an option to bundle the pass with hotel rooms.
None of the projects in Indy’s central business district has definitively been canceled since the pandemic began, IBJ research has found. In fact, three new downtown properties have opened since last December, with another three scheduled to debut later this year.
But the real estate investment trust might also face pushback from investors, largely because the acquisition follows five years of offloading dozens of debt-heavy properties.
The Lume, a permanent exhibition space engineered by Austrialia-based Grande Experiences, will feature 30 works by artist Vincent Van Gogh showcased through floor-to-ceiling projections.
The project was given a final, and unanimous, approval by the city’s Metropolitan Development Commission—the last step necessary to allow the city to request the funds from the Indianapolis Bond Bank.
The liberal arts school is taking a comprehensive look at its campus on the northeast side with an eye toward making it safer, streamlining traffic flow and anticipating future needs.
The development, called 1202, would feature 105 units on a 1.1-acre parcel on the near-south side, with at least one-fifth of the units reserved for individuals making up to 80% of the area’s median income.
At least 200 homeowner groups in central Indiana have modified their subdivision covenants in the past five years to limit rentals—a number that is based on the work of just one law firm.
Indy Parks said Tuesday that it expects to spend more than $20 million to acquire the 40,000-square-foot facility and avoid shelling out nearly $1 million per year as part of a long-term lease agreement.
Indy Parks is expected to lease at least 25,000 square feet in the building for 30 years.
The Hulman restaurant is the result of a partnership with the IMS Museum, which holds rights to Tony Hulman’s name and likeness.
The league’s decision to invite other cities to bid to host its Scouting Combine didn’t come as a surprise to local leaders, and it gave them a head start on designing a bid that could keep the Combine in town beyond 2022.
Traders Point first announced plans for its Midtown campus in January 2020, a few weeks after it closed on its $7.6 million purchase of the Marsh store east of Broad Ripple.
Some large downtown employers say they expect most or all of their workforce to return to the office full time. Others say they’re adopting hybrid models that offer employees the option to work remotely at least part of the time.
As the downtown office market enters a post-pandemic period of volatility, the owner of the 213,600-square-foot building on Monument Circle is studying the cost of renovations to make it more alluring to would-be tenants.
The largest and oldest residential real estate brokerage in Indiana has been acquired by Pittsburgh-based Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, the biggest independent brokerage in the United States, the companies announced Tuesday morning.