Boston-based Charles Street Investment Partners LLC has filed plans with the city to construct a $15 million, seven-story apartment-and-retail project at Pennsylvania and Vermont streets.
The lawsuit from the Driftwood Hills Neighborhood Association claims the reversal of a zoning decision relating to the Alexander at the Crossing development was unfair.
Instead of letting multiple cities submit bids and square off against one another the league has decided to negotiate with a single handpicked city.
Construction is set to start this month on the long-awaited playground along downtown’s Central Canal after a needed boost from the Indianapolis Colts Foundation.
The condominium developer, which spun out of Indianapolis-based Milhaus two years ago, also has expanded its reach with a $12.5 million project in the Village of West Clay.
The Indianapolis-based founded by tech luminary Chris Baggott recently agreed to take the entire seventh floor of the J.F. Wild Building on Market Street.
Meeting Professionals International books more than 10,000 meetings and events annually for large companies. By hosting the group, Visit Indy hopes some of those companies will choose Indianapolis in the future.
At least one national sportswriter says she’s a hot prospect, and Catchings has said leading an NBA team is a career goal. But she now says her “dreams have shifted” and she’s no longer interested.
VisionThree’s 3-D program depicting the city’s potential growth downtown has become a key interactive tool for selling developers on getting involved. And Mayor Mark Myers can cart it around in his pocket.
Plans for the historic structure in the downtown Chatham Arch neighborhood call for three condominiums priced at roughly $1.1 million each. Work is set to begin early next month.
The 16-acre property could command $6 million to $8 million from developers, but a state law might prevent Indianapolis Public Schools from cashing in.
School allows a student and instructor from one of Lincoln Tech’s 12 locations across the country to participate in five IndyCar races, including the Indianapolis 500.
A local couple that operates a downtown insurance firm has embarked on a “multimillion-dollar” project to rehabilitate the Vonnegut-designed structure, which recently has played host to heavy-metal concerts and league basketball.
Since the grocer bought seven former Indianapolis-area Marsh stores last July, it has reopened only a three.
One of the city’s best-known Italian restaurateurs and a Fort Wayne-based purveyor of quirky frozen treats will be neighbors in the 90-year-old building that anchored Fountain Square’s revival.
A car-care staple in Meridian-Kessler is expanding to the Keystone Avenue corridor to open up space for rejuvenating classic models and giving their owners a white-glove option for storage.