Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 15-21, 2021

Downtown apartment managers are extending rent specials, reducing parking costs and offering other incentives to get tenants in the door—and lock in current residents—as they try to stave off a pandemic-related slowdown. Mickey Shuey charts the decline in rent prices downtown—and their continued rise elsewhere in the Indy area. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell explores the rush to vaccinate Hoosiers for COVID-19 as quickly as possible, after federal officials gave states the green light to dramatically expand the pool of people eligible. And Samm Quinn details the progress of the Indianapolis International Airport’s retail refresh effort, which is off to a slower start than anticipated due to the pandemic.

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Editorial: Pass legislation to help rid police agencies of bad officers

This is a meaningful piece of legislation that has the support of the Indiana State Police, Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police, Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and Indiana Sheriff’s Association, as well as the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus, the NAACP and the Indiana Black Expo, plus the Indy Chamber and the Indiana Public Defender Council.

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