Tipton County’s old jail is on the National Register of Historic Places, which makes it eligible for various grants and other financial incentives such as tax credits.
Hotel plan for King Cole Building gets go-ahead from IHPC
The IHPC voted unanimously to green-light construction plans for converting the King Cole building into a hotel, along with a new penthouse on the roof of the 11-story building suited for a restaurant or bar.Read More
IHPC members pan design of proposed 22-story addition to Morrison Opera Place
Members of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission on Thursday said they would be hesitant to support the design for the proposed $60 million, addition. One even called it a “brutal proposal.”Read More
Owner proposes 22-story addition to downtown’s Morrison Opera Place
Plans for the development include a 220-room hotel and 32 residential units. The addition would boost the existing historic building from four to 26 stories.Read More
Historic preservation commission votes to protect Drake Apartments
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission voted Wednesday night to put a historic designation on the eight-story apartment building owned by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis amid concerns the structure might be torn down in coming weeks.Read More
Turning a former German social club and gym into the offices of a medical claims management organization and international travel insurance company was no small order—especially because the building had to remain more-or-less true to its original form to qualify for the federal Historic Tax Credit program.
The city’s historic preservation commission plans to move forward Wednesday with an effort that could curtail a plan by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to demolish an aging eight-story apartment building it has owned since 2012.
A number of major projects are underway now, but developers say activity might slow when those projects wrap up.
Monroe County had been without a covered bridge since 1976, but has one again after salvaging one from storage in Shelby County.
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission said it would be the first local preservation group in the country to include LGBTQ history in all historic area plans.
The historic Brown County town of Story includes 17.4 acres of property, a general store, an old grain mill, numerous barns, rental cabins and outbuildings.
The iconic Fishers restaurant known for its giant pork tenderloin sandwiches and its historic downtown building is set to close later this month after 28 years in operation.
The District Tap is proceeding with plans to open a location at 141 S. Meridian St. after receiving approval to add a patio door on Georgia Street.
Daredevil, named the state’s Brewery of the Year in 2017 and 2018, has lined up space in the Garage Food Hall at the Bottleworks District on Mass Ave, developer Hendricks Commercial Properties announced Tuesday.
The Indiana Theatre building, which opened in 1927 as a movie palace topped with a ballroom, had been in need of TLC for years.
The owner of a historic downtown office building that’s being redeveloped into a hotel is seeking city approval to build a towering addition that would replace most of an adjacent 96-year-old building.
A brewery and restaurant that hoped to be part of the revitalization of the south end of the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood has closed, citing “unexpected circumstances.”
It will be the first Indianapolis location for Taxman, which also has operations in Johnson and Hancock counties.
Columbus’ North Christian Church was the final project designed by renowned architect Eero Saarinen but has landed on Indiana Landmarks’ “10 Most Endangered” list.
An Indianapolis-based company that launches tech firms said Thursday it would move its office from the 14th floor of the historic Circle Tower on Monument Circle to the Bottleworks District in summer 2020.
The Battista family’s plan to redevelop a Prohibition-era church building on the east side into an independent cinema and eatery has changed dramatically. And so has the project’s price tag.
Keystone Realty Group’s plan to spend $141 million on two high-profile downtown redevelopment projects passed a hurdle Monday night as an Indianapolis City-County council committee unanimously approved $16.7 million in financing to help fund the project.
Keystone Realty Group is in line to receive financing help from the city for an ambitious plan that would overhaul two nearly vacant office properties near Monument Circle and bring a prestigious Intercontinental Hotel to Indianapolis.