Members of the board voted 5-0 to reject the variance that would have allowed Keystone Group to build the garage and retail development below the city’s recommended flood plain.
An attorney for Keystone Construction Corp. asked the five-member board to delay a hearing on the garage to allow the developer to meet with officials from the City of Indianapolis’ Department of Public Works about construction of a levee system along White River.
Preservationists want protections for the historic waterway, but the utility that just bought it is afraid National Register status will cause unintended consequences.
Discounts are seen as a way to make the annual fair a better promotional tool for the Indianapolis Art Center.
The controversial project is a $15 million, three-story garage that the city of Indianapolis will subsidize with $6.3 million in parking meter revenue. The project also features a retail component, which neighbors say will lead to increased traffic.
A new restaurant planned for Broad Ripple from restaurateur Martha Hoover—along with other new arrivals, including 10-01 Food & Drink and Fire by the Monon—suggests the neighborhood remains one of the city’s most sought-after spots for local restaurants.
Third in a month-long series of reviews of new arts district eateries. This week: 10-01 Food & Drink.
Plan to take over former Cardinal Fitness facility is likely to be opposed by Broad Ripple Village Association.
The structure planned for the southwest corner of Broad Ripple and College avenues also would include first-floor retail space and a police substation. Construction is set to begin this summer and be complete by mid-2012.
First in a month-long series of reviews of restaurants that sound wet—just like spring in Indiana.
A local real estate investor is trying to lure a new restaurant to a prime corner in Broad Ripple.
I’m a grammar snob, which is one reason it took me so long to make the trek to Broad Ripple to try Gourmet
Frank’s. There is no Frank, just an unnecessary apostrophe—which I call the
Hoosier possessive—in the simple description of its star menu item: franks, as in hot dogs.