BMW’s M Driving Experience Center will include a showroom, classroom areas, a conference room and direct access to the IMS road course.
OneAmerica Tower reopening downtown restaurant, coffee shop on ground floor
The 18,267-square-foot restaurant, which is open to both OneAmerica Tower tenants and the outside public, has been vacant since Sahm’s Restaurant Group closed its cafeteria there last fall.Read More
Demand swamps units at new disabled housing projects
Three developments have opened this fall: one just south of Indianapolis International Airport, one on the near-east side, and one in Fishers. A fourth is planned for Whitestown.Read More
Bloomington-based startup developing drone-assisted construction techniques
Terran Robotics, established in 2019, is developing technology that enables self-flying drones to build walls for earthen homes. The company plans to build its first home next year.Read More
Developer teeing up big residential district on north-side golf course property
Buckingham Cos. hopes to construct nearly 450 residences with a mix of single-family homes, townhouses and apartments on the property on East 96th Street.Read More
The Indianapolis City-County Council on Monday unanimously approved funding of nearly $30 million for new Fort Benjamin Harrison and Glendale library branches.
The 708,000-square-foot Indy South Logistics Center will be constructed at 955 N. Graham Road, just east of Interstate 65 and south of County Line Road.
Anyone who works in construction knows that labor is not what drives costs. Factors like materials, fuel, equipment and land costs do.
Indianapolis officials first pitched a wider Monon Trail in 2014 and planned to start construction in 2020, but legal problems sidetracked the project. Now, construction bidding is scheduled for November,
Gaming Commission executive director Greg Small said the agency hoped to select a company for the Terre Haute license by the end of this year.
Indianapolis-based Onyx+East, Arbor Homes and St. John-based Olthof Homes presented plans to the Noblesville City Council on Tuesday for a slew of new residential projects featuring 129 single-family, 123 townhouses and 62 two-family homes.
A team of three contractors will build a 1,000-space garage slated to serve an office building in development by Browning Investments, as well as a 300-space garage to serve court staff.
So far this year, 6,539 single-family building permits have been filed in the Indianapolis area, up 39% over the first seven months of 2020.
The combination forms a business with more than 800 engineers, project managers and technical experts in 21 offices throughout North America.
The renovations are part of a three-phase $360 million project that tipped off in 2020.
Noblesville Schools’ latest proposal in a string of recent capital projects could bring a 12-court varsity tennis facility to the district’s property just north of Noblesville East Middle School.
The tumble marks a stark turnaround for the common building material after strong U.S. construction demand during the pandemic spurred a surge in orders for lumber, causing prices to more than quadruple to their May peak and fueling inflation concerns.
The new state budget adopted in April by the Republican-controlled General Assembly is awash in federal coronavirus relief money, allowing the state to give sizeable funding to projects that had for years been shelved and left out of spending plans.
Indianapolis Public Library system said it is seeking a new financing plan after costs grew beyond the budget cap of $12 million for each project.
The nearly $1 trillion measure calls for about $579 billion in new spending over five years on roads, broadband and other public works projects, to be followed by a much broader $3.5 trillion measure from Democrats next month.
At least a dozen profitable major U.S. companies paid little or no U.S. income tax in 2020 but are active in industry groups that object to helping fund with taxes the same public projects they want to profit from.
So far this year, 5,710 single-family building permits have been filed in the area, up 46% over the first six months of 2020.
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.