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.
The 315-room hotel, built in 1998 at Keystone at the Crossing, now boasts several amenities and improvements that give it a more modern feel.
The hospital system plans to tear down a two-story hotel near its Indianapolis flagship campus and build a training facility for simulating situations in acute care.
Noblesville laid the groundwork for the campus in 2002. When East 146th Street opened in 2007, city leaders believed it would take 20 years for the area to build out. But it’s happening much faster.
At a time when revenue from its work horse—a casino that opened in late 2006—remains unpredictable, French Lick Resort is rolling the dice on a new strategy: one built on pursuing group sales to increase bookings at the resort and build exposure that will bring guests back for leisure visits. It’s already paying dividends.
Ratio Architects is designing the project for Hilton as part of a redevelopment of One Jackson Place, a 93-year-old former hotel near Union Station.
City officials could create a committee to examine the impact of online lodging services. Carmel has come out against them, and state legislators are weighing a bill prohibiting cities from banning them.
Visitors to Indianapolis continue to boost the region’s economy with new levels of spending, according to a study unveiled Tuesday at Visit Indy’s annual meeting at the Indiana Convention Center.
Called Tapestry, the brand is designed to jump on the bandwagon for individualized and upscale hotels with distinctive local features.
The 2018 ECHL All-Star Classic and Skills Competition is scheduled for Jan. 15 at Indiana Farmers Coliseum and will be hosted by the Indy Fuel.
The firm has purchased One Jackson Square and is in discussions to brand it a Canopy by Hilton. The fate of first-floor restaurant tenant Ike & Jonesy’s has yet to be determined.
A New Orleans company wants to build a 15-story hotel and a seven-level parking garage on downtown property where two previous attempts from other developers have failed.
Bjorn Hanson, of New York University’s Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism, expressed doubt at the home-furnishing retailer’s plan to open at least five hotels, including one in Indianapolis.