A local investment group plans to spend $9 million to $10 million to construct the four-story hotel at 324 Wilkins St. If approved, the development would bring a new, fast-growing midscale hotel brand to Indianapolis.
Fishers Test Kitchen helping three young chefs give it a go
Three chefs will take up residency at the kitchen for one to two years, showcasing their food, gaining business skills, and building a local following in preparation for moving on to open their own locations.Read More
Kimpton hotel project gets green light for big addition, rooftop bar
Construction of a ritzy hotel in one of downtown’s oldest towers is expected to start by the end of the year, now that the property’s owner has received approvals for changes to the building from historic preservation officials.Read More
Apple’s pricing was perhaps the most significant news of the day because it was a stark reminder of how the company is evolving from a high-end hardware-maker into a mass market digital services provider.
Indy Art & Seek is a collaboration between the arts council and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. Funded with a $674,520 grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc., the program will commission artists to create six large-scale, permanent installations in green spaces around the city, along with 100 smaller, temporary installations.
The city’s historic preservation commission plans to move forward Wednesday with an effort that could curtail a plan by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to demolish an aging eight-story apartment building it has owned since 2012.
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino in Shelbyville, Ameristar Casino in East Chicago and Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg opened their sports books Sunday, the first day they were allowed by law.
The Indiana Gaming Commission voted Wednesday to allow the operator of Gary’s two casinos to relocate the properties inland, setting up the possibility for a casino near Terre Haute.
The move follows a similar announcement last month by IHG, which owns Holiday Inn, Kimpton and other brands. IHG said it will eliminate about 200 million tiny bottles each year by 2021.
This is the first year that Las Vegas is eligible to bid after the governing body for college sports indefinitely suspended a ban last year that prevented events from being hosted in states that accept wagers on single games.
The ordinance aims to control a longtime city tradition that has grown out of hand, city councilors said.
Storms and severe weather warnings held back crowds at the Indiana State Fair on closing weekend.
Main Street Productions plans to build the 6,800-square-foot theater at 220 N. Union Street, moving the Westfield Playhouse from its current theater on State Road 32 in Eagletown to downtown.
Indiana casinos are racing ahead with preparations to launch legalized sports betting in early September, looking to seize an advantage over competitors in Chicago and other nearby large markets where such wagers aren’t yet allowed.
Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. said the price was reasonable and the theater could be tied into redevelopment efforts in the city.
A plan to demolish the 91-year-old Drake apartment building and former divisional Salvation Army headquarters will require zoning approval, the city said Wednesday.
Merrillville-based White Lodging and Indianapolis-based REI plan to construct a seven-story, 206-room hotel after putting it on hold earlier this year over concerns about the Pan Am Plaza development.
Clubs today offer a broad range of programs, such as fitness classes, college nights with pool-side beer pong, and day camps and other activities for children.
The downtown event, which is billed as “Indy’s original craft beer festival,” had been scheduled to take place for the 24th year on Aug. 3.
Plans to open a West Elm hotel in the Bottleworks District have been scrapped, but the developer says it still intends to include a hotel in the massive redevelopment project on Mass Ave.
Reynolds Farm Equipment’s popular and massive holiday light display that’s long been a fixture outside its store at State Road 37 and 126th Street in Fishers is moving to Conner Prairie for the museum’s new Merry Prairie Holiday Festival.