As approved by the Metropolitan and Economic Development Committee, the district would collect various taxes to cover a portion of the cost for the stadium at the proposed Eleven Park development. The City-County Council now must weigh in.
Keystone unveils renderings for $1B Eleven Park; demolition to start in May
The developer plans to put a 20,000-seat soccer stadium for the Indy Eleven right along the White River, which is on the western edge of the former Diamond Chain manufacturing site.Read More
Developer wins MDC approval for $168M project near Fashion Mall
The Metropolitan Development Commission gave unanimous approval to The Alexander at the Crossing project despite heavy pushback from neighbors. The proposal will next be considered by the City-County Council for final approval.Read More
Luxury apartments to open soon in former AT&T building
A local developer’s $80 million conversion of a 20-story office building into luxury apartments is the largest project of its kind downtown.Read More
For at least one year, the school would operate out of a building just east of Broad Ripple High School that Ozdemir's Keystone Group is buying.
Local developer Keystone Group is nearing a deal to buy the 20-story building just north of Monument Circle and is considering a range of possibilities for the half-million-square-foot property.
Keystone Realty Group’s $30 million The Olivia on Main apartment project cleared a major final hurdle Monday, when Carmel City Council unanimously agreed to issue $3.8 million in low-interest bonds to help prepare the five-acre site for construction.
Keystone Realty is offering to let the cash-strapped Carmel Redevelopment Commission off the hook for $250K in promises if city officials approve a $3.8 million bond issue to help get its Olivia on Main project off the ground.
Three locally based firms responded to a state request for private-sector parking management, plus the construction of new spaces, by proposing mixed-use buildings for a 3.2-acre lot north of the Statehouse, according to response documents made public late last month.
Carmel officials have signed off on Keystone Realty Group’s plans to build a five-story mixed-use building southwest of Old Meridian and Main streets.
The developer behind the $60 million Sophia Square building in Carmel’s Arts & Design District is proposing a similar project about a mile west.
A high-profile local developer has bought the Illinois Building and is considering offers to convert the downtown landmark into a boutique hotel that could be the city’s first five-star lodge.
The university chose Keystone over Kite Realty Group and Lauth Property Group to build housing, retail and parking worth up to $45 million.
The developer of a $15 million parking garage and retail project in Broad Ripple has overhauled its plans to comply with flood-plain rules and expects to start construction this month.
Keystone Group, Turkish immigrant Ersal Ozdemir’s 10-year-old development firm, is orchestrating some of central Indiana’s most ambitious projects, including a $15M Broad Ripple parking garage and the $60M million mixed-use Sophia Square in Carmel.
A local developer is planning a retail strip center along Madison Avenue just south of downtown in a neighborhood that’s been
begging for investment for years. The plans by Keystone Construction Corp. call for a 25,000-square-foot retail
center at 1400 Madison Ave., across from Sisters’ Place Restaurant.