Executives of defunct Indianapolis developer Premier Properties USA Inc. are negotiating to settle a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Department of Labor that claims the company raided employee retirement accounts in a last-ditch bid to save itself in early 2008.
Aviv Arlon Global Ltd. pays $52 million for shopping center, which was in court-appointed receivership. Former real estate firm Premier
Properties USA Inc. developed Metropolis, with an investment of $160 million.
CB Richard Ellis recently began marketing the most prominent of Premier Properties’ local properties, Metropolis. The
at the southwest corner of East 86th Street and Keystone Avenue also is up for grabs.
A judge on Wednesday afternoon sentenced Christopher P. White to one year on home detention and three years of probation in
connection with a $500,000 bad check he wrote last year as he tried to save his real estate development firm, Premier Properties
A Marion County jury this evening found Christopher P. White guilty of three Class C felonies related to a $500,000 bad check
he wrote last year in a last-ditch attempt to save his locally based development firm, Premier Properties USA Inc.
Marion County prosecutors this morning began making their case that Christopher P. White knowingly wrote a bad check for $500,000
last year in a desperate attempt to save his Indianapolis-based development firm, Premier Properties USA Inc.