The $45 million Lacy School of Business building is the cornerstone of a campus transformation costing nearly $250 million that the private school launched following President James Danko’s arrival in 2011.
The mall posted higher profit and improved sales per square foot in 2017, though retail observers say it remains at a crossroads following the closure of its last department store, Carson’s.
The proposed 60-acre commercial development has been taken off the drawing board after Indy Fuel owners Jim and Sean Hallett decided to drop plans for a $25 million sportsplex that was to serve as anchor of the project.
The vacant three-story structure dating back to the 1880s has a new owner, which plans to convert it to co-working space for technology companies.
Since its founding in 1994, Arbor Homes LLC and its affiliates have constructed more than 13,000 homes in the Indianapolis area.
An especially low inventory of homes for sale is driving up prices and requiring buyers to take unusual steps to secure the places they want.
Andrew Dakich has joined Chris Holtmann’s staff at Ohio State University as a graduate assistant coach, with an eye to ultimately leading a college basketball team.
Organizers of the affordable-housing and neighborhood-revival effort, designed to attract and retain teachers for urban schools, are set to unveil the first 15 homes.
An entity of South Bend-based Holladay Properties sued Simon, claiming the nation’s largest mall owner threatened retailers interested in opening at its mall.
The city’s largest commercial brokerage has called downtown home for more than 35 years. It’s heading north to accommodate employees and consolidate offices.
Leaders of what’s known as Stadium Village on downtown’s southern edge have been waiting patiently for the area to pop; now, there’s finally enough activity to justify their hopes.
NBC will broadcast next year’s race, marking the first time since 1965 it won’t be on ABC. Still, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has no plans to veer from its longstanding blackout tradition.
All options are on the table for the city’s future use of the City-County Building, Old City Hall, the Marion County Jail and the 500-space East Market Street parking garage.
Tennis legend Chris Evert will take the court as part of the not-for-profit’s first Tennis & Tastings event at Meridian Hills Country Club.
Downtown’s new 360 Market Square apartment tower is leasing up nicely, but the $120 million project continues to be plagued by legal disputes related to its construction.
The Colts in September agreed to hold the team’s training camp for 10 years in Westfield following stints in Anderson and Terre Haute. This year’s camp kicks off July 25.
Core Redevelopment is buying the building, which houses 36 affordable-housing units, and plans to boost the number of apartments to at least 52 as part of the conversion.
The developer, along with the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission, were at the center of an appeal brought by neighbors of the historic building who oppose the project.