Members of the board voted 5-0 to reject the variance that would have allowed Keystone Group to build the garage and retail development below the city’s recommended flood plain.
An attorney for Keystone Construction Corp. asked the five-member board to delay a hearing on the garage to allow the developer to meet with officials from the City of Indianapolis’ Department of Public Works about construction of a levee system along White River.
The Metropolitan Development Commission moved a vote on the proposal to April 18 after expressing concern that it didn’t have enough time to review plans that reduce the project from 26 stories to 10. The developer criticized the delay.
The Children’s Better Health Institute, a division of The Saturday Evening Post Society Inc., plans to ask the Metropolitan Development Commission to rezone a 23-acre parcel on the city’s northwest side.
Denney Excavating of Indianapolis has been granted the contract to demolish the vacant Keystone Towers apartment complex with a bid $827,000.
A local developer is planning a $2 million mixed-use project for a vacant parcel along Madison Avenue just south of downtown.
Federal funds will help provide 69 additional beds in three Indianapolis locations, including a large apartment
complex on the east side.
A local developer’s plans to renovate a long-vacant and graffiti-covered 1915 building have hit a snag.
The city has agreed to hand over architectural artifacts from a landmark downtown building to a historic preservation group.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development Commission approved a 10-year tax abatement Wednesday afternoon for a controversial
public-private plan to redevelop a vacant downtown office building.
The newly organized MLK Business Revitalization Association aims to bring new life to the neighborhood west of downtown by
uniting area business owners behind a common goal — cleaning up the community to attract other entrepreneurs.