Apartments planned for 110-year-old downtown office building
The Wulsin Building at 222 E. Ohio St. is expected to be acquired by an investment group later this spring. The buyers plan to spend up to $6 million to convert the eight-story structure to market-rate apartments.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Stephen Goldsmith talks Circle Centre revamp, equity in workforce development
Host Mason King talks with Goldsmith about how the city and the mall owners should think about what’s next. And they discuss Goldsmith’s new book on one of the business world’s biggest problems, “Growing Fairly: How to Build Opportunity and Equity in Workforce Development.”Read More
Local developer planning townhouses in Old Northside neighborhood
Onyx+East is expected to appear before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission on Wednesday for a preliminary review of the $6.5 million project.Read More
Established four years ago in Bloomington, Mexican restaurant Social Cantina will open Carmel and Indianapolis locations in 2022.
Salesforce and other major employers are continuing to evaluate their long-term plans for downtown office space, nearly two years after the pandemic sent companies scrambling to accommodate working from home.
Meeting & Event Planning Guide: Great cocktails to try in downtown Indy—and the recipes to make them at home
From fancy options to one you can take with you, we’ve got several options to choose from.
The engine maker confirmed Wednesday it is pushing its return-to-office timeline to early next year as COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations surge in Indiana and the nation.
None of the projects in Indy’s central business district has definitively been canceled since the pandemic began, IBJ research has found. In fact, three new downtown properties have opened since last December, with another three scheduled to debut later this year.
Marion County’s courts will move by December 2021 from the City-County Building downtown to the $580 million Community Justice Campus in the Twin Aire neighborhood. Law firms and other businesses are debating whether to follow.
A Downtown Indy Inc. program to train and employ at-risk veterans plans to triple its internship opportunities after receiving more than $1.8 million in grant funding from Lilly Endowment.
Some local museums and cultural institutions say they saw a bump in visitation over the weekend related to March Madness. Meanwhile, the attractions are playing up their basketball connections in a bid to attract visitors.
Two longtime friends in the restaurant business are teaming to create a concept in the former Krueger’s Tavern space featuring cuisine and décor designed to catch an Instagrammer’s eye.
Hundreds of people—many of them in town for the Big Ten men’s and women’s tournaments—turned Georgia Street into a destination again, hitting the bars, riding scooters and listening to bands.
On Saturday, performances will take place downtown on Georgia Street, at Lugar Plaza and at Davlan Park in the Mass Ave neighborhood. Performances are also scheduled at the airport.
The Indiana Sports Corp. on Friday said it has received the grant to support ongoing beautification and programming efforts in downtown Indianapolis leading up to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in March.
Local restaurateur Terry Anthony said his goal is lure people back downtown and attract repeat customers. The Block opens Sunday in the historic Block Building.
Green District plans to take over the space on the southwest corner of Monument Circle that was previously occupied by Au Bon Pain.
The protesters carried signs and chanted as they marched along Meridian, Pennsylvania and Michigan streets, calling for justice for 21-year-old Dreasjon Reed.