The shopping center at 3919 Lafayette Road, now known as Window to the World, was expected to reopen on Nov. 21, ahead of Thanksgiving weekend shopping.
Milhaus plans $5M renovation to turn former Harrison College building into new HQ
The Indianapolis-based apartment developer plans to vacate its current headquarters in the Fletcher Place neighborhood for a newly designed space that can house twice as many employees.Read More
Council committee OKs $15.5 in TIF bonds for Cole Motor Redevelopment
The Cole Motor Redevelopment, which includes the former Jail II building and Arrestee Processing Center, is one step closer to receiving tax-increment financing.Read More
Developer plans 94 homes on East 196th Street near Morse Reservoir
The Retreat at Morse development is expected to include attached single-family villas that would be built by Beazer Homes and cost an average of $400,000.Read More
Three transit-oriented projects in line for city financing incentives
The Indianapolis City-County Council and Metropolitan and Economic Development Committee are considering tax-increment financing for three apartment developments that prioritize access to transit.Read More
The future Daiquiri Factory occupies 3,000 square feet in a building that includes hair salon Bang (A Salon).
The development team hopes to land a single office tenant to occupy most of the building, although the first floor could also consist of retail or other commercial uses.
City officials see the 0.65-acre parcel at 222 N. Alabama St. as a connector between the Mass Ave cultural district and the Market East area, potentially with a hotel or apartment project.
The Fort Harrison Reuse Authority has offered a 3.8-acre parcel of land to developer Keystone Group for $10 as an incentive to go ahead with the project.
The city’s “request for information” is likely to garner suggestions from developers for mixed-use developments, apartments, community spaces and facilities for not-for-profits.
In addition to introducing plans for the new tax hike, the Fishers City Council on Monday unanimously approved plans for Andretti Autosport’s $200 million headquarters and an updated headquarters-expansion proposal by Italy-based Stevanato Group.
The Monon Square North project at East 126th Street and South Rangeline Road is expected to include housing, office space and retail space, restaurants and parking.
The 38-acre development would include multifamily housing, attached townhouses, 430,000 square feet of retail and office space, public outdoor space and public parking garages.
The 32-acre build-to-rent project would be on the north side of the 400-acre Legacy mixed-use development, which is along the south side of East 146th Street and west of River Road.
Fishers officials on Wednesday announced a $650 million expansion plan for Fishers District that includes the arena, a new event center, residential and lodging developments, and entertainment and dining options.
The Monon 32 and the Domino, two projects in the 14.5-acre Monon 30 project, have received approval for their own respective tax increment financing districts and millions of dollars in bonds.
The developer behind the proposed revamp of the former Jail II and Arrestee Processing Center facilities on the eastern edge of downtown Indianapolis said he expects city incentives for the project to be secured by the end of this year.
Jarod Brown departs Birge & Held on good terms, with his firm’s first projects being a partnership with his former company consisting of $250 million in developments across Indiana, Georgia, Texas, Iowa and Florida.
The South Meridian Street corridor will receive a multi-use path, upgraded traffic signals for cyclists and cars, improvements to stormwater infrastructure and raised crosswalks.
The 55-year-old business plans to grow in the next three to five years from an eight-restaurant regional chain in Illinois to about 50 restaurants in the Midwest and Southeast.
The idea came to Lobyn Hamilton after he moved into a former grocery store in the neighborhood where he spent the earliest years of his life.
The local developer is planning several modifications to the complex, including the addition of two floors, more than 50 apartments and a new parking garage.
Holladay Properties says a “global company” is interested in occupying the whole 180-acre park proposed in rural Westfield and wants to move quickly.