Hendricks Commercial Properties has scaled back some of the plans for the massive mixed-use development at College and Massachusetts avenues, at the site of a former Coca-Cola bottling plant.
Officials are mulling designs for revamping sections of the Indianapolis International Airport, with an emphasis on a more natural feel, clearer signage and moving stores closer to the gates.
A $17 million hotel should break ground in April, while plans for a parking garage could be followed by the construction of two office buildings that would cater to growing tech companies.
Developer Steve Henke has revealed his preliminary plans for a 40-acre commercial project to be known as the Commons at Chatham Hills.
Bradley and Montgomery has renovated the second floor of the Indianapolis Power & Light Co. building, adding modern touches while keeping some organic elements.
Downtown Indy has launched IN_fill, Designed to the Core, calling on Indiana architects to design a single-family home that can be built on an urban lot for $225,000.
The 39th annual event, which recognizes excellence in architecture, engineering, neighborhood revitalization and construction, took place Thursday at the Indiana Roof Ballroom.
Now that Cannon Ball Brewing is close to opening in the suddenly hot area, Reveal Properties is beginning to renovate an adjacent building on Bellefontaine Street for office and restaurant use.
Swedish retail giant Ikea has hired a slew of contractors to build its Fishers store and is on schedule for a fall 2017 opening, it announced Wednesday.
The documentation of about 300 homes and churches north of Main Street is a vital part of the effort and will be used to make a case for the historical significance of Old Town.
It’s a nice surprise—especially for those caught up in the current wave of coffee-mania—to find coffeepots in a museum. The contemporary design wing of the Indianapolis Museum of Art has several in its collection.
Traders Point Christian Church has acquired a 104-year-old building at the corner of 12th and Delaware streets and plans to spend $2 million to renovate it.
Several residents of the historic downtown neighborhood fear the center will bring excessive noise and trash to the area, in addition to creating more parking problems.
City Councilors soon will weigh tighter rules for stores and restaurants along I-69 to streamline the "hodgepodge" of development standards and give them greater say over new projects.
City approval of the design paves the way for TWG Development LLC to begin construction this fall on the downtown project at 307 N. Pennsylvania St.
An Indianapolis-based home builder and two trade associations have filed a lawsuit against Greenwood, claiming the city has adopted architectural standards on new houses that will drive up prices so significantly that the costs would preclude home ownership for thousands of residents.
Responsible for a portion of downtown’s apartment boom, the developer hopes relocating to Regions Tower will attract the younger workforce it’s helping bring to the urban core.