Rowland Design—one of the city’s largest and oldest commercial interior design firms—is changing its name to Luminaut Rowland in Indianapolis after being acquired by Luminaut, one of Cincinnati’s largest design firms.
Onyx+East is expected to appear before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission on Wednesday for a preliminary review of the $6.5 million project.
Salesforce and other major employers are continuing to evaluate their long-term plans for downtown office space, nearly two years after the pandemic sent companies scrambling to accommodate working from home.
Hiring 100% diverse contractors to build a $15 million medical-device manufacturing facility was considered difficult, if not impossible, by many in the construction industry.
The Indianapolis-based formalwear shop says the decision to expand is a result of growth in the bridal and prom industries, as well as the need for a larger retail space on Indy’s north side.
As planned by Chase Development Co. and Birge & Held, Lincoln Lofts in the rebounding Bates-Hendricks neighborhood would be reserved for individuals and families making up to 60% of the area’s median income. The project would mean demolition for the former Abraham Lincoln School, IPS No. 18.
Los Arroyos Mexican Restaurant and Take Out, which opened a Carmel restaurant in 2016, is branching out with plans for a location near the mouth of Mass Ave.
The foundation will occupy the top floor of the planned five-story structure at 820 Massachusetts Ave., using 23,700 square feet for about 50 of its employees.
Gershman Partners and Citimark plan to raze the grocery to make way for a new mixed-use project, though plans for the development are still in the works.
TWG Development LLC is in discussions with city zoning and planning officials for the 125-unit project, which would be developed on the east side of the road in the 1800 block of North Meridian Street.
The property is under contract for an undisclosed price from Ford Motor Co., which has owned the land under its own name and an affiliated holding company since at least 2005.
The new nightclub owner wants to bring visual opulence associated with Las Vegas to building that was home to One Up Arcade from 2018 to 2020.
Pedcor Companies plans to spend $50 million to develop its City Heights project, which will target individuals and families making up to 60% of the area’s median income.
Hoover—known for restaurants including Cafe Patachou, Public Greens and Napolese—tells host Mason King that the industry has historically put too much emphasis on quantity and price at the expense of quality, as well as the people making the food.
Fabio de la Cruz has a plan to transform Lafayette Square Mall and several adjacent properties into a multicultural hub, including a concert center, movie theater, hotel and multifamily housing.
Totaling 331 units, the apartment complexes are located in Meridian-Kessler, Fountain Square and downtown.
Knowledge Services Inc. acquired the five-story building at 9800 Crosspoint Boulevard—west of I-69 and north of 96th Street—in March 2020 for about $9 million.
Located in the long-struggling Martindale Brightwood neighborhood, the expansive Monon 30 project in part would be intended to boost an area now littered with the remnants of past industrial uses.
A Carmel-based development firm plans to spend $70 million or more to turn agricultural fields in Noblesville into the site of three industrial buildings called Saxony Industrial Center.
Plans for the shopping center property call for a new name and multiple new uses, including apartments, hotel, sports facilities, concert center, a police station and a public trail and canal.