Indianapolis Business Journal

MAY 25-31, 2018

Soon-to-close Broad Ripple High School and the 16 acres it sits on are highly coveted by developers, who could pay more than $6 million for the property. But a state law could prevent IPS from cashing in, Scott Olson reports. Also in this week’s issue, Hayleigh Colombo continues her series on income inequality in Indianapolis, focusing on the difficulty of low-wage earners to make financial headway. And in Focus, Samm Quinn explains why Westfield and Noblesville are expected to experience big population increases.

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Walmart property in Zionsville getting new life

Archview Properties wants to build three apartment buildings on Michigan Road between 106th Street and Bennett Parkway. (Rendering courtesy of Zionsville Plan Commission) A developer has proposed a 218-unit apartment complex on property that the town of Zionsville and retailer Walmart fought over for a decade. Archview Properties LLC, an affiliate of Indianapolis-based Cityscape Residential, […]

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Estridge proposes subdivision in Westfield

A new 125-home subdivision could be built in Westfield north of the Harmony neighborhood on Ditch Road if the City Council approves the project. Estridge Homes and 11th Street Development have filed plans with the to build 125 single-family homes on about 80 acres along the west side of Ditch Road between 156th Street and […]

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Pulte plans 28 homes on Hamilton, Boone line

Pulte Homes of Indiana LLC has proposed building 28 single-family homes along 131st Street just east of the Boone County line in Carmel. The developer has requested the city rezone approximately 22 acres on the south side of 131st Street west of West Road from the S-1 residential zoning classification to a planned unit development […]

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