The owner of a closed Colgate-Palmolive Co. toothpaste factory along the Ohio River plans to sell it at auction this fall.
Indianapolis-based Browning Investments plans to turn the former Executive Inn back over to the city after being unable to
arrange financing for the project.
Two years after Indianapolis Public Schools closed School 37, a multimillion-dollar redevelopment project is set to breath
new life into a building that served the Martindale-Brightwood community for 81 years.
Developer Leif Hinterberger has spent five years and most of his savings trying to build a $19M mixed-use
project at 49th Street and College Avenue. The project could be in trouble if he doesn’t get city
City leaders will officially announce Wednesday morning that Irvington Preparatory School will occupy the children's home,
which closed in June of last year. The school has signed a 15-year lease with the city.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is about to expand its role in urban redevelopment. It has already invested more than
$1 million in the half-dozen blocks around its campus on North Meridian Street, and now plans to help create a comprehensive
plan for an area that encompasses six nearby neighborhoods.
Federal funds will help provide 69 additional beds in three Indianapolis locations, including a large apartment
complex on the east side.
A plan to build a 28-acre sports complex on the southeast side is sparking hopes that a polluted parcel across the street
that formerly housed a Citizens coke plant can be revived as a retail and industrial center.
The 24,000-square-foot former fitness facility at 8831 Keystone Crossing is vacant and falling into disrepair.
The Westfield planning commission has asked city employees to further review the 1,400-acre mixed-use project that could include
thousands of homes, shops, a YMCA and a baseball stadium.
Will the latest ambitious downtown development proposal finally master the formula for transforming a downtown surface parking
The Estridge Cos., a Carmel-based home builder, will present details of the massive project—mixing condos, apartments
and retail with a $15 million stadium—at a public hearing
Thompson Thrift, based in Terre Haute and Carmel, has started construction on Washington Square Commons, a 9,000-square-foot
retail strip at 10110 E. Washington St., at a major entrance to Washington Square Mall.
Three of the four principals in Page Development were in court June 8 to sift through the fallout from a $1.35 million judgment
against them. It’s only the tip of Page Development’s financial straits.
A fixture in downtown Indianapolis since 1987, the Academy hasn’t yet been evicted from its Pan American Plaza ice rinks,
but it operates under a cloud of uncertainty.