The latest offer calls for the developer to build the Murat Temple Association a 40,000-square-foot headquarters as part of a larger hotel project on the downtown site of the Murat Shrine Temple.
J. Reid Williamson Jr., who served as president of Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana from 1973 to 2005, is remembered as “a giant in the field of historic preservation.”
The work of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission leads to higher property values and people-focused development.
Past attempts to salvage the State Theatre focused on restoring it as a historical venue, but the new operators say the site needs to offer something different. One of their inspirations is The Vogue in Indianapolis.
The Fort Harrison Reuse Authority on Monday opened a $3 million expansion of Otis Avenue that officials hope will attract more development to the former Fort Benjamin Harrison military base.
Two sites in Indianapolis have been named to Indiana Landmarks' annual top 10 list of “Most Endangered” properties. The not-for-profit preservation group released its list Monday.
The congregation that owns the St. John United Church of Christ in Cumberland says $75,000 needs to be raised within the next few weeks to pay for upkeep or the structure will be demolished as soon as June 1.
Loftus Robinson acquired the 16-story office tower from a Florida firm and plans to embark on a facade renovation to restore its historic character.
City officials are scrapping plans to help finance construction of a long-awaited 21c hotel proposed as part of a $55 million redevelopment of Old City Hall and are putting the property back up for bid.
Hendricks Commercial Properties has scaled back some of the plans for the massive mixed-use development at College and Massachusetts avenues, at the site of a former Coca-Cola bottling plant.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett on Wednesday said his “dream” would be for the Crown Hill North Woods to become part of the city’s park system.
Despite a concerted effort from preservationists and other supporters, West Baden Springs’ First Baptist Church still needs lots of work and isn’t out of the woods yet.
The 8,500-square-foot residential space features a private elevator that will provide access to Red the Steakhouse, which is expected to open on the ground level in April, in addition to several other amenities.
The developer who is planning a $260 million redevelopment of the downtown property says a contaminant has seeped into the adjacent Chatham Arch area.