Two well-regarded eateries have failed in the space since late 2016.
Downtown Indy officials say they are hopeful that they will get the petitions necessary to create an economic improvement district by a self-imposed deadline of Friday.
Town officials in 2008 began an aggressive play to turn the world-famous oval into an economic engine that runs year-round by creating a retail and entertainment district along Main Street.
Through its first four home games, the Eleven’s attendance is up 46 percent from last year, when the team played at a smaller venue on the IUPUI campus.
Leaders of a collegiate contest for real estate development elected the struggling west-side shopping center as a case study. The winning entry suggesting wiping the slate clean.
Stenz Construction Corp. bought a two-story office building in the Mass Ave District and is seeking to demolish it to make way for the development.
Leaders from Marion and Hamilton counties are set to kick off a master plan process that aims to take advantage of a 58-mile stretch of the White River.
An 18-month legal battle continues to linger over RecycleForce as it attempts to begin raising money from donors to fund construction of a 105,000-square-foot building at Sherman Park.
The Larmans’ fingerprints are all over Keystone at the Crossing—from The Fashion Mall at Keystone to a recently built $100 million mixed-use development.
Guys in the trenches typically don’t generate high jersey sales, says an expert, but one former Colts offensive lineman bucked the trend. Maybe Nelson can follow in his footsteps.
Vacancy rates in both sectors continued to shrink in the first quarter as office and industrial tenants consumed more leased space.
A study commissioned by Visit Indy says officials are counting on a new downtown mega-hotel to generate nearly half its own business without relying on conventions.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority board has asked developers interested in building the project to submit responses by the end of June. Plans a decade ago to build a $50 million Westin at the airport were scuttled by the Great Recession.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority reviewed some big proposals for the 125-acre site from industrial developers and others, but instead waited for a true economic development deal that could help transform the city’s west side.
In an effort to attract fans of esports to the game of basketball, the Indiana Pacers are one of 17 NBA teams fielding a gaming team in the league’s inaugural season.
The impending arrival of the full-service Embassy Suites with convention and banquet facilities may have attracted yet another hotelier to the critical mass of operators just west of Indianapolis International Airport.
Indianapolis officials have triggered a wide-scale review of the need for big municipal buildings downtown. Real estate executives are intrigued by the 28-story City-County Building’s potential for private redevelopment.
Fans believe the Blue and Gold can upset the Cavaliers in their first-round series and are willing to pay elevated prices to see it, according to a local broker.
The real estate project at 3500 Lafayette Road, called the Pyramids at 35 Hundred, is expected to feature 130 independent-living units for seniors and 15,000 square feet of commercial space.