With a $5.85 million Lilly Endowment Inc. grant, the city of Lawrence and Arts for Lawrence are poised to launch a major project focused on the arts and the area’s military history.
Black residents near Indiana Avenue want projects in tune with neighborhood
A $70 million mixed-use proposal—later withdrawn—by Buckingham Cos. for property at 719 Indiana Ave. owned by the Walker Center met significant opposition.Read More
The Indiana Arts Commission Board voted to designate the Nickel Plate District in Fishers as a Statewide Cultural District, a designation held by only seven other communities in the state.
An initiative involving Indiana University and the Lilly Endowment is set to provide a $15 million renovation to the historic Madame Walker Theatre Center while ensuring the historic landmark’s viability into the future.
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail was supposed to be a nice city amenity and promote a healthy lifestyle among downtown residents and visitors. But it’s become much more.
The project, from local developer Zinkan & Barker Development Co., would feature up to 35 apartments and 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail on the one-acre property now home to a billboard and small retail building on the east end of Broad Ripple Avenue.
The game has become a must-have-reservations attraction in the historic Fountain Square neighborhood and one of Indy's most original activities for corporate team-building, date night or a fun time out with friends.
Indianapolis officials plan to close a two-block portion of Broad Ripple Avenue to motor vehicles on Friday and Saturday nights for the rest of the summer.
The program has been dubbed Indiana Pacers Bikeshare, due to a gift from the team’s owner. Users will be able to rent bikes from 25 locations along the Cultural Trail.
Third in a month-long series of Cultural Trail restaurant reviews.
While I’ve been bullish on the Cultural Trail, I realized recently that I haven’t actually walked it—at least, not all of it. Time to change that.
First in a month-long series of Indianapolis Cultural Trail restaurant reviews.
After more than a decade of planning, The Indianapolis Cultural Trail will have its official ribbon cutting May 10 with a coming-out party on May 11. And that’s when boosters and skeptics alike will be watching to see what exactly Indianapolis is going to do with its difficult-to-grasp landmark.
Opponents of a proposed tax to pay for improvements throughout the cultural district have accused tax advocates of rigging the proposal to ensure its passage.
The most striking feature of a proposed $43-million development along Mass Ave is a Times Square-style electronic screen that would wrap around the building's corner and rise more than three stories.