The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis said in a statement that it has been unsuccessful finding a reuse for the Drake and that maintaining it is unaffordable, especially given the museum’s financial situation.
Steak n Shake owner plans $3M rooftop tavern next to Fieldhouse
Sardar Biglari expects to spend at least $3 million to renovate the historic C.A. Schrader building’s top floor and construct an addition to the neighboring structure.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
Shopping center planned for vacant 16th Street lot near downtown
The lot in the Herron-Morton Place Historic District was slated several years ago for a new gas station, drawing fierce opposition from nearby residents.Read More
Onyx+East, storage company plan new development in Lockerbie
Onyx+East has partnered with Extra Space Storage to redevelop the block at the southeast corner of North and Fulton streets with new residences and a six-story storage facility. The project will require the demolition a nearly century-old building.Read More
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission on Wednesday voted to approve changes to the design and construction timeline for a downtown condominium project planned along South Meridian Street.
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.
A 206-room, dual-branded hotel planned for a downtown parking lot won approval Wednesday night from the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission.
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.
A Marion Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a neighborhood resident, who fought the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission’s decision to give the project the green light.
A 17-year veteran of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission has been appointed administrator of the city body, replacing longtime leader David Baker.
Over three decades, David Baker’s purview has grown to 12 historic districts, five conservation districts and many individual landmark properties.
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission wants the developer of a proposed mixed-use project including condos, town houses and single-family dwellings to take another shot at addressing commissioners’ concerns.
A nearly two-acre property is shaping up to be pivotal in terms of what residents of one of Indianapolis’ most-desirable neighborhoods consider to be acceptable development.
Mike Cunningham and business partner Patrick Heitz have received approval to build two upscale condos in one structure at the rear of the Vida restaurant, set to open early next month.
Three residents have taken the unusual step of asking a Marion County judge to block the $10 million development, arguing it’s too big for the neighborhood.
Members of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission say they postponed a vote on the Mass Ave project at the request of City-County Council members who argue the building’s massive screen could run afoul of billboard rules. Commission members also questioned the building’s design and even its bold colors.
Indianapolis Public Schools has put the 11-acre site on the market. It was built in 1931 as a Coca-Cola bottling plant but the school system has used it since 1975 as a bus maintenance facility.
Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission members gave the union the go-ahead to build the lot, paving the way for a $43 million apartment and retail development on Mass Ave.
Gershman Partners, which bought the Marott Center less than a year ago, wants to build the addition on an adjacent surface lot.
The Indianapolis-based North American Retail Hardware Association bought a building on North Delaware Street downtown and will move its headquarters there following an extensive renovation.
The union is promising to keep a parking lot it wants to build as part of an expansion at a key Massachusetts Avenue intersection in that use for just five years to help win approval of the project.