The liberal arts school is taking a comprehensive look at its campus on the northeast side with an eye toward making it safer, streamlining traffic flow and anticipating future needs.
Big acquisition gives Kite Realty Group new markets, more clout for future growth
But the real estate investment trust might also face pushback from investors, largely because the acquisition follows five years of offloading dozens of debt-heavy properties.Read More
Sportsman’s Warehouse snares first Indianapolis-area location
The 112-store chain sells gear for hunting, fishing, boating, camping and other outdoor activities. The Indy-area store will be the its second Indiana location.Read More
Incentives for multifamily project approved by council committee
The development, called 1202, would feature 105 units on a 1.1-acre parcel on the near-south side, with at least one-fifth of the units reserved for individuals making up to 80% of the area’s median income.Read More
Kroger sells north-side plaza for $8.5M but agrees to remain tenant
A firm that specializes in real estate anchored by groceries has closed on the purchase a 104,678-square-foot shopping center dominated by a Kroger supermarket.Read More
The combination of Indianapolis-based Kite Realty Group Trust and Oak Brook, Illinois-based Retail Properties of America Inc. will create a company worth $7.5 billion that will continue to operate under the Kite name.
Indiana Landmarks, a statewide preservation group, and the Indiana War Memorials Commission is hosting the Indy Downtown Safari on July 31.
The outpost near the heart of Fountain Square’s business district would be the second-largest of 19 stores in the chain. Two local groups have opposed it, and its hearing for a state liquor permit is set for next month.
Over the last two years, the Stenz Construction Corp., Third Street Ventures and Pure Development have undertaken a $25 million renovation of the former U.S. Corrugated Box Co. building.
The Fishers Plan Commission voted in favor of a proposal Wednesday that would allow the city council to review, approve and set conditions for certain tenants interested in moving into a building with a floor area of 25,000 square feet or greater.
The Wine Market, which opened on Virginia Avenue in 2017, is bursting at the seams. Its owners are investing more than $2 million to buy and renovate a new space in the heart of Fountain Square.
Citing multiple sources familiar with the project, IBJ first reported on the company’s overall plans June 17. Rolls-Royce said Monday that it does plan to vacate two of the three buildings at the Meridian Center campus, but said it would continue to occupy a different building than earlier reported.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority on June 18 agreed to work with city officials to find a new use for the 4.9-acre property at 51 S. New Jersey St.
If built as proposed, the tower would be the tallest structure to be built downtown since the 28-story 360 Market Square building was completed in March 2018.
The United Kingdom-based aircraft engine manufacturer is expected to jettison about 270,000 square feet of office space on its 2.2-acre campus at 450 S. Meridian St. About 3,000 people worked in the company’s downtown offices prior to the pandemic.
Philadelphia-based GoPuff, a fast-growing company that entered the Indianapolis market in 2018, currently operates three micro-fulfillment centers here and plans to open two more.
Washington Prime Group, which filed for bankruptcy Sunday, said it may end up selling some or all of its properties as part of its restructuring. The company also owns several other local retail centers.
The number of properties focused on or allowing outdoor storage is limited—and there’s little indication that that will change anytime soon.
Opus Development Co. plans to develop up to four buildings on the land in the Mount Comfort corridor, including a 862,000-square-foot distribution facility for Atkins Nutritionals.
Brad Chambers, who founded Indianapolis-based powerhouse development firm Buckingham Cos. in 1984, will take his new position July 6. He’ll succeed Jim Schellinger, who stepped down abruptly in March after 5-1/2 years on the job.
Seven months before the bulk of the campus opens southeast of downtown, neighborhood residents are waiting to see if the promise of accompanying redevelopment comes to pass.
The five children of late heart surgeon and real estate developer John N. Pittman have reached a legal agreement after years of fighting over the management of their father’s estate. As a result, The Bridges in Carmel and The Farm at Zionsville can proceed.
South Bend-based Holladay Properties is asking the city of Westfield to grant it a tax abatement to offset the costs of developing three speculative buildings in NorthPoint Industrial Park.
Preliminary plans call for the construction of new office structures, multifamily properties, retail space and parking garages to fill in most of the site, now known as Elevator Hill.