Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 14-20, 2020

Indiana University Health’s plan to overhaul and expand its Methodist Hospital campus exacerbates a challenge already weighing on Marion County: huge swaths of land exempt from property taxes because they are owned by hospitals, educational institutions and other not-for-profits. John Russell examines the potential impact. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr sorts through the bushel of challenges suddenly facing downtown’s City Market, which have swept into the historic space with the speed of the pandemic. And Mickey Shuey explores the process of planning the $550 million redevelopment of Pan Am Plaza in a Q&A with Bill Browne, president of Ratio Architects.

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Finish Line’s British buyer starts to hit stride in U.S.

British retailer JD Sports Fashion has had the Midas touch elsewhere in the world. Now, two years after gaining a foothold in the United States by buying Indianapolis-based Finish Line Inc. for $558 million, it’s beginning to show the same winning ways in this country. “I think you would have to say it has been a […]

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