Brooks Farm would feature 314 homes built by two builders, including attached villas and single-family homes.
The condominium developer, which spun out of Indianapolis-based Milhaus two years ago, also has expanded its reach with a $12.5 million project in the Village of West Clay.
Plans for the historic structure in the downtown Chatham Arch neighborhood call for three condominiums priced at roughly $1.1 million each. Work is set to begin early next month.
The “2,000 homes” dashboard—named after a pledge by Mayor Joe Hogsett to “rehab, transform, or demolish” 2,000 homes in two years— allows residents to see addresses of blighted homes, their owners, and the type of city intervention they have received or will receive.
Onyx+East is buying a one-acre lot off of South College Avenue and plans to build eight buildings containing 35 residential units.
A Marion Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a North Carolina developer, after a neighborhood resident challenged his plans to build the project.
The total number of active home listings in the region dropped 18.9 percent on a year-over-year basis at the end of November. New listings were down 5.5 percent.
The projects, proposed separately by Litz & Eaton Development LLC and Block 20 Development LLC, would be built on two empty lots and on property where an existing building sits.
The developer of the massive $260 million project is planning for space to host a broad mix of vendors, ranging from seafood purveyors and fruit-and-vegetable stands to restaurants of various sizes.
It was quite a change, to say the least, from the Jim O’Neils’ previous abode—a large but traditional home on 116th Street.
Onyx + East is planning a mix of condo flats, townhouses and row houses at the three locations, two of which should see construction activity within a few months.
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission wants the developer of a proposed mixed-use project including condos, town houses and single-family dwellings to take another shot at addressing commissioners’ concerns.
Encore Sotheby’s International Realty said the property was the largest single-family residential real estate sale in the local office’s six-year history and the largest ever in Marion County listed in the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors database.
The city is partnering with a private developer to turn a former factory building into condominiums, retail and event center space—one of several projects that could help revitalize its downtown.
The proposals for the highly visible, 11-acre site suggest a host of office, retail and housing options, with two calling for a boutique-style hotel.