Rebecca Wells jumps ship from JLL to help Lee & Associates grow its capital markets team in the Midwest.
The local hotelier is tweaking the design of the project, which will feature two major lodging brands and incorporate a historic African-American church.
The local developer has a solution to a problem that vexed the building’s previous owner. It includes converting four floors to an unusual use.
Downtown gets a new grocery and taco restaurant; a seafood restaurant makes a move in Zionsville; Keystone Crossing lands new pizza place; and a midtown diner closes after four months.
The high-end, sports-centric bar and eatery shut its doors on Sunday, but its downtown location at Circle Centre mall remains open.
The five-story Forte on Shelby Street is set to welcome its first tenants next month, while the developer of a similar project five blocks east prepares to get under way.
Oca, which opens Friday, is operated by a familiar name and will feature a variety of house-made game, vegetarian and seafood sausages.
Owners of the east-side hangout hope to replicate their success on Southport Road, albeit with more burgers. Meanwhile, Portillo’s has vaulted a hurdle for its location on U.S. 31 South.
Some onlookers have noticed a difference between renderings for 360 Market Square and what’s being built atop the apartment tower. It turns out the developer has switched a prominent material.
West Fork Whiskey looks to complement Cannonball Brewing on Bellefontaine, and the New Zealand burger joint nails down its second Indy locale. Plus, pancakes in Irvington.