Cityscape Residential hopes to break ground in the spring on the 306-unit development, which would be within walking distance of the Shops at Perry Crossing.
The flurry of activity comes after Gershman transitioned to second-generation leadership and ditched its traditional bread-and-butter retail projects in favor of more modern mixed-use development.
Residents of the Hudson condominium complex are suing the owner after the latest round of problems caused $6 million in damage to the structure.
Members of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission say they postponed a vote on the Mass Ave project at the request of City-County Council members who argue the building’s massive screen could run afoul of billboard rules. Commission members also questioned the building’s design and even its bold colors.
Chase Development LLC plans to build 12 condos ranging from nearly $400,000 to $1.2 million as part of its 500 Park Residences project at the northwest corner of East Michigan Street and Park Avenue.
Residents of downtown's The Packard condominiums have settled a two-year-old lawsuit with developer Kosene & Kosene Residential.
First Horizon Home Loans claims the owner of the Villagio at Page Pointe still owes nearly $5.2 million on an $11.6 million loan and is asking a court to appoint a receiver to manage the property until it’s sold.
The proposed Residences of Lawrence at Fort Ben subdivision would be the first single-family project on the former army base since it closed in 1995.
The four projects, one of them condominiums, would add nearly 280 units within about a four-block stretch from East Michigan Street north to Massachusetts Avenue.
Developer J. Greg Allen had planned to build condominiums on the site before the housing market crashed. He relinquished the property to his lender, BMO Harris.
The mostly two-bedroom units represent the bulk of the ill-fated Chatham Kynett Court project at 716 N. East St. in the Chatham Arch neighborhood.
The complaint alleged that Hudson residents in 2011 began noticing cracks in the first-floor walls and ceiling of the downtown condominium, in addition to noticing a slope in the floor.