Sandwiched between homes to the south and commercial development to the north, the $19 million proposed project sparked concerns from nearby residents about its height and density, as well as its impact on drainage and traffic.
Rufus “Bud” Myers is retiring as executive director of the Indianapolis Housing Agency after nearly 18 years in the position, the IHA announced Wednesday.
Justin Stuehrenberg and Katherine Bannon bought the 77-year-old brick edifice in the emerging Bates-Hendricks neighborhood for a song and completely gutted it. The new apartments will be available for lease next month.
The mixed-use development would provide downtown Noblesville with its first-ever parking garage and its first new apartment building in more than a century.
If approved, CharlesTowne at Grand Park Village would be built on 12 acres near the intersection of Wheeler Road and 186th Street.
SEND’s investment is possible due to the group’s sale of the Wheeler Arts Community building in Fountain Square.
Herman & Kittle Properties has requested a zoning change that would allow it to build three apartment buildings in the 2300 block of Lafayette Road.
RealAmerica Development LLC plans to build seven buildings near Interstate 69 featuring apartments that would rent to tenants earning about $27,000 to $41,000 a year.
Haven Campus Communities, an Atlanta-based development firm, received approval from the Metropolitan Development Commission this week to build a 172-unit student housing complex downtown near IUPUI.
A historic downtown building half a block from the Central Library will undergo an $8.7 million face-lift&mdash.
Leaders of what’s known as Stadium Village on downtown’s southern edge have been waiting patiently for the area to pop; now, there’s finally enough activity to justify their hopes.
The kind of housing that caters to millennials and empty-nesters is finally on the upswing in Noblesville—although the growth in single-family homes is still increasing, too, city officials say.
Downtown’s new 360 Market Square apartment tower is leasing up nicely, but the $120 million project continues to be plagued by legal disputes related to its construction.
Core Redevelopment is buying the building, which houses 36 affordable-housing units, and plans to boost the number of apartments to at least 52 as part of the conversion.
The developer, along with the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission, were at the center of an appeal brought by neighbors of the historic building who oppose the project.
Boston-based Charles Street Investment Partners LLC has filed plans with the city to construct a $15 million, seven-story apartment-and-retail project at Pennsylvania and Vermont streets.
An Atlanta-based real estate company has purchased four Indianapolis apartment communities and plans to spend $27 million to renovate them.
A three-building apartment complex could be built on property where Walmart once fought to open a 300,000-square-foot superstore.
A developer and the city of Elwood have broken ground on what is expected to be the largest residential development in the community of 8,500 people about 20 miles northeast of Noblesville.
The 306-unit Flats at Fishers Marketplace complex was the site of a major fire in 2015 that destroyed one of the main buildings.