Kim and Todd Saxton: Go for the gold! But maybe not every time.
Q&A: What you need to know about the CDC’s new mask guidance
Carmel distiller turns hand sanitizer pivot into a community fundraising platform
Lebanon considering creating $13.7M in trails, green space for business park
Local senior-living complex more than doubles assisted-living units in $5M expansion
Workers are installing Flagstar Bank signs on the One North Penn building this week, including a sign atop the 13-story building. What do you think of the sign and the white screen behind it? (Click photo for a larger version.)
Adam’s Mark has a new owner with plans for an $18-million renovation to correspond with the new airport. Speaking of the new airport, anyone seen the progress from the sky lately?
Atlanta-based Beazer Homes is dropping out of five markets, including Cincinnatti and Columbus in Ohio, but plans to keep its presence in central Indiana. Good sign?
An investment group led by 23-year-old Christopher Piazza has bought the Penn Arts building at 16th and Pennsylvania streets, as Tracy Donhardt reported in this week’s IBJ Real Estate Weekly. Piazza expects to spend $3 million renovating the building but has scrapped plans for a condo conversion. Can he pull it off?
And finally, Greenwood spent $130,000 to lure Cabela’s, which has put its store on hold. Was this money well spent?