As vendor contracts expire at Indianapolis International Airport—and a slew of them lapse at the end of 2018, a decade after the terminal’s opening—officials are embarking on a project to freshen up the offerings.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority reviewed some big proposals for the 125-acre site from industrial developers and others, but instead waited for a true economic development deal that could help transform the city's west side.
A vote on a proposal to build a $500 million medical complex at Indianapolis International Airport has been delayed so the board can take another look at the plan. The delay was announced after an IBJ story raised questions about the track record of the executive behind the plan.
The top executive at an Indianapolis start-up that wants to build a $500 million medical complex at the Indianapolis International Airport launched a 200-location Dunkin' Donuts business that went bankrupt in 2009 and he filed for personal bankruptcy in 2013.
An Indiana native, Cook was a decorated fighter pilot in World War I who settled in Indianapolis and was instrumental in creating the city’s first principal airport, Indianapolis Municipal Airport, opened in 1931.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority claims Travelers Property Casualty Co. of America failed to pay it all the money it is owed following a steel-beam collapse during construction of the midfield terminal.