Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 2-8, 2018

The luxury home market in the Indianapolis area is hot—and possibly getting hotter. Scott Olson explains why big-ticket houses are selling in eye-popping numbers. Speaking of big figures, the tax incentives offered to Amazon to located its HQ2 project in the Indy area likely reach to $500 million, according to an analysis by IBJ’s Hayleigh Colombo. And in A&E Etc., Mike Lopresti tracks the gaudy numbers being posted by hoops sensation Romeo Langford.

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High-end homes enjoy golden sales year

Home sales of $1 million or more in the Indianapolis area have skyrocketed 143 percent since 2012. Last year, nearly 150 such homes were sold, compared to only 61 five years ago.

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IURC chairmanship attracts 7 candidates

The five-person commission regulates $14 billion in electric, natural gas, telecommunications, water and sewer utilities. It approves utility projects and determines how much utilities can charge customers.

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FELTMAN: First of a three-part letter to Jeff Bezos

Bbased on our history and trajectory, it’s a pretty good bet that Indiana will continue on the path of good and innovative government, allowing your company to operate more efficiently here, thus allowing you to hire more talented colleagues and make more investments in your company.

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LETTER: Raise women’s pay

House Bill 1390 and Senate Bill 93 hold employers accountable and give the Civil Rights Commission the jurisdiction to investigate and resolve complaints received by employees.

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