Indianapolis Business Journal

OCT. 12-18, 2018

With about three weeks to go before decision time in one of the nation’s most closely watches U.S. Senate races, Lindsey Erdody presents dueling in-depth profiles of Joe Donnelly and Mike Braun, including a handy guide to where they stand on issues such as immigration, taxes and health care. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr reveals preliminary plans for the $1.3 billion project on the former site of the GM stamping plant west of downtown. And Sam Stall explores how Crazy Horse Hops became the state’s largest grower of the bitter buds for making beer.

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Former factory site to become housing

Indianapolis-based Flaherty & Collins Properties has been selected by the La Porte Redevelopment Commission to construct a 200-unit multifamily development in NewPorte Landing, the former site of an Allis Chalmers farm-equipment factory. Flaherty & Collins plans to construct two buildings totaling about 167,000 square feet. The development will occur along the shores of Clear Lake […]

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