A local food distribution company that plans to move its operations to Whitestown next year will have to pay off $98,406 in tax breaks, the Metropolitan Development Commission ruled this week.
City forcing removal of landmark red caboose from Broad Ripple site
The 117-year-old caboose has occupied a tiny parcel of city-owned land adjacent to the trail for a half-century. But Indy Parks & Recreation and the Department of Metropolitan Development want it gone.Read More
North-siders thwart plans for 86th Street project with court victory over city
A judge has ruled in favor of residents of the Driftwood Hills neighborhood, who claimed the City-County Council overreached in approving zoning for the office, retail and restaurant project near Keystone at the Crossing.Read More
Kite’s $40M apartment project at Glendale gets city approval
The city’s Metropolitan Development Commission on Wednesday gave Kite Realty Group the necessary approvals it needs to proceed with its plan build a 267-unit apartment complex adjacent to Glendale Town Center.Read More
The settlement will allow developer Green Indy LLC to build a revised version of the so-called Alexander at the Crossing project that was initially denied by the Metropolitan Development Commission last year.
Three Meridian-Kessler residents have asked a judge to review whether the city’s Metropolitan Development Commission properly granted two zoning variances for the apartment-and-retail project.
The Metropolitan Development Commission voted 6-2 in favor of Stonecrest Senior Living’s request to rezone 4.8 acres of wooded wetlands at the southeast corner of 86th and North Meridian streets.
The Westside Community Development Corp. is proposing to develop the 56-unit affordable housing project along Michigan Street as part of a larger effort to rejuvenate the area.
Hurco Cos. Inc. plans to move some of its manufacturing operations from Italy to Indianapolis, creating 35 local jobs by the end of 2017, the company disclosed in a tax-abatement request with the city.
A par-3 golf course on the city’s north side could be replaced by a $45 million apartment community with nearly 400 units, much to the chagrin of neighbors opposing the massive project.
The amended proposal will advance to the City-County Council as a special resolution that would put the Metropolitan Development Commission in charge of the billboard-approval process.
Since early March, when city officials announced plans to establish the moratorium in commercial areas adjacent to neighborhoods, the Indianapolis Department of Code Enforcement has received 18 applications to build at locations that would be subject to the ban.
A third defendant in an alleged kickback scheme involving the Indy Land Bank has pleaded guilty on the eve of a trial set for the first week of March.
EnerDel is regrouping under a strategy of targeting niche markets—a plan that has convinced Indianapolis and Hancock County officials to back off threats to yank economic development incentives.
Adam Thies, 36, arrived from the private sector in October 2012 and is beginning to put his stamp on the government agency that guides city development
Kroger Co. will add a gas station to its store at West 86th Street and Township Line Road after successfully lobbying an Indianapolis City-County Council member who'd threatened to stand in its way.
Gas stations occupy an increasing number of Kroger parking lots, but Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. is facing opposition to a proposed gas station at its West 86th Street and Township Line Road grocery.