A portion of the building’s facade will be replaced with clear glass as part of its $80 million conversion into apartments and retail space.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization chose 28 area projects to receive funding. It received requests for 69 projects totaling $180 million.
An Alabama-based company that makes pipes for water, oil and natural gas is planning to build the 30,000-square-foot research and development facility on 17 acres.
Crossroads Education, a startup founded in 2016 that develops learning environments for K-12 schools and colleges, needs the city to rezone the property in Haughville and get approval for the height of the building.
The city’s newest park is springing up on the south side of downtown, a district quickly filling up with apartments, offices and retail—and a noticeable shortage of public green space.
The $14 million Hub & Spoke, planned for East 106th Street and Lantern Road, will connect building and design industry tenants to clients and makers all under one roof,
Crew Carwash and the city of Fishers announced Friday morning that the company will build a corporate headquarters and a carwash not far from the controversial location where Crew previously had wanted to build a carwash. Crew plans to spend at least $10 million on the project.
Real estate agent and nearby resident Kelly Lavengood says she was inspired by other rehab projects in the area to buy and renovate the former Pure Oil gas station on 38th Street.
The Lilly Library at Indiana University—home to more than 450,000 rare books, 8.5 million manuscripts and 150,000 sheets of music—hasn’t had a significant interior renovation since it opened in 1960.
The town of Speedway received the grant from the Indiana Department of Transportation for five road resurfacing and sidewalk replacement projects in residential areas.
The lots were among the last available spaces to nab close to the main drag in Fountain Square, a neighborhood where Fisher and his family’s business, RCA Properties LLC, already owned substantial property.
The construction of the plant in southwestern Indiana is still on course following the resolution of a dispute with the Internal Revenue Service, the facility's developers said.
One of the biggest retailers of flooring products will pay to settle fraud charges by federal authorities who accused the company of falsely saying its Chinese-made laminate flooring met formaldehyde emissions standards.
The owner of a historic downtown office building that’s being redeveloped into a hotel is seeking city approval to build a towering addition that would replace most of an adjacent 96-year-old building.
At long last, Interstate 69 is getting real for Marion, Johnson and Morgan counties.
The local developers of The Ardmore see the apartment-and-retail development as a bookend to the massive Bottleworks project on the other end of Mass Ave.
The proposed five-story complex, planned for the heart of Broad Ripple, drew concern from residents over potential parking issues, the height of the proposed buildings and the future of the alley running north-south through the property.
The Indianapolis Parks Department is proposing the creation of public-private partnership involving a health care provider to help pay for a new family event center at Broad Ripple Park.
State Sen. John Ruckelshaus said too many new hospitals, especially in small wealthy clusters, might be driving up the cost of health care. He said his bill was prompted by a recent effort by St. Vincent to rezone a 30-acre site in Carmel.