One recent study showed that medical
costs fall more than $3 for every $1 spent on wellness programs. But something doesn’t add up.
The information age is almost always spoken of in glowing terms. Information is empowering,
so we’re told, even if it comes from a cave in the Middle East or a basement down the block or a corporate media machine
that needs something—anything—to fill the gaps between the advertising on a 24-hour news channel.
Companies hired by the courts to manage properties in financial distress are benefiting as the number of such properties grows.
The Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis is trying to jump-start new home construction by convening a forum on how
builders can adapt to banks’ stricter lending requirements.
City agency plans renovations, expansions at eight apartment properties.
The largest tax credit deal in state history will fund the rehabilitation of 538 apartments in four complexes owned
by the Indianapolis Housing Agency.
Health care real estate has survived the nation’s weak economy better than most sectors, and some owners and developers
think it’s positioned to thrive.
Sundance Real Estate Holdings and other investors closed on the 37-unit Mansion Row apartments at 2550
Cold Spring Road on Dec. 30.
The North by Northwest Business Park near 86th Street and Georgetown Road has been sold to firms in Minneapolis
and Baltimore for $29.6 million.
The Indianapolis industrial real estate market didn’t escape the recession unscathed, but the sector outperformed most other
cities and took less of a hit than in the last recession.