The proposed Market Square Tower—if it’s built as planned at 28 stories and 370 feet—will be one of the 10 tallest buildings in Indianapolis.
Here’s what we don’t know: what it will look like, what amenities users can expect, and how it will link to rapid-transit lines still in the planning stages. At the moment, the 1.9-acre parcel is a city-owned parking lot, situated on the south side of Washington Street between Delaware and Alabama streets. But architecture, urban planning and mass transit fans imagine it as an empty canvas, with the potential to showcase a signature structure that triggers more development nearby.
The Nature Conservancy's energy-efficient Indiana headquarters has been certified with a top energy rating for innovations that include three wind turbines.
If you want to make the private sector leery of developing in your community, take the certainty out of the process by making it political.
It’s puzzling that Indianapolis doesn’t demand more of those who shape its built environment.
The Cultural Trail points to the possibilities Indianapolis can offer future generations.
A Wisconsin developer has beefed up plans for the southwest corner of East 86th Street and Keystone Avenue across from The Fashion Mall at Keystone.
An Arizona charter school operator serving middle and high school students has filed plans to build a two-story school at Meridian and 22nd streets.