The four-story project by the White River would be reserved for middle-income workers who can’t afford higher rents downtown.
Developers of The Ardmore told city officials on Wednesday that they hope to start construction in the fall and are seeking city financial assistance on the project.
The owner of Bob’s Auto Sales is jumping into the action by offering the property for sale as plans for big projects unfold on parcels nearby.
Peter George and Thomas Main, who have helped turn East 16th Street into a culinary corridor, plan to open a Southern eatery in June next to Festiva.
A developer who wants to build a mix of condominiums, town houses and single-family homes near Mass Ave once again has returned to the drawing board.
Within three months, the matriarch of the Cafe Patachou family of restaurants hopes to open a downtown outpost for Public Greens and a Meridian-Kessler nest for her fledgling fried-chicken concept.
After hitting it big south of Indianapolis, owners of the brewpub plan to open a second location in mid-June in a town aggressively pursuing development.
The $30 million apartment project will open 65 of 196 units by April 15, bringing another rental option to the upscale area.
MoFoCo, formerly the Monon Food Co., plans to open a downtown location March 27, while Bob’s Discount Furniture prepares to launch from two stores formerly occupied by a local furniture heavyweight.
The entity charged with selling the 103-acre site said the proposals represent up to $1 billion in investment to transform the vacant parcel into a destination.
A plan to build a $7.7 million affordable housing project on the site failed to win the necessary tax credits to help finance the development.
The not-for-profit has stepped in to save the downtown structure, built in 1927 and believed to be the third-oldest restaurant constructed by the burger chain.
The wine shop, launched in Carmel by local caterer Joe Husar, was purchased last year by Big Red Liquors, which is bringing the store to the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood.
A downtown institution served its last sandwich this week at City Market, potentially opening its former space for several new eateries.
Since opening in late 2014, 24 Hour Dental Care has moved to a larger location and opened another office in Castleton, with plans for two more in the metro area.
On Wednesday, members of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission delayed final decisions on four major redevelopment projects. One applicant was told to start over.