The old industrial building, which has about 130 tenants, has been in redevelopment mode since 2015.
The proposed development at 421 N. Pennsylvania St. has undergone extensive changes since this spring, including rising from seven to 11 stories.
When The Yard at Fishers District was proposed in November 2016, it was billed as a culinary-centric development. But as the project has grown, so has the number of non-food-related tenants.
Amazon is approaching its end-of-year deadline for deciding where it will locate the $5 billion campus, and two national newspapers reported over the weekend that an area in northern Virginia is far along in negotiations.
Redevelopment projects are dramatically reshaping several blocks along the Monon Trail in Carmel—and an end to construction isn’t in sight for the Midtown area.
A developer is seeking zoning changes and development variances from the city that would allow it to build a high-density, five-story apartment complex on a half-block near the Vogue nightclub.
The airport will sell 132 acres to the city of Indianapolis in phases over the next several years. In turn, the city will sell the property to Infosys for pennies so it can create a $245 million training campus.
Ambrose President Aasif Bade is mum about Amazon but explain the new name for the project, when site preparation could begin and why the riverfront is so important to the project.
Ambrose Property Group's mixed-use development, to be known as Waterside, is expected to cost $1.4 billion, more than double the firm's original estimate of $550 million.
Where scrap once heaped along Interstate 65, town officials see a community center, sports facilities, an amphitheater and maybe even a convention center.
The street-level retail tenants in One North Penn are preparing to either relocate or close for good as the office building’s transformation gets under way.
Before approving the proposal with a contingency, Westfield council members debated the rezoning of 321 acres near Grand Park for a project that includes a new YMCA facility.
The project, named Line Lofts, calls for 63 affordable senior apartments on 1.5 acres along Southeastern Avenue. Part of the project will face East Washington Street.
Keystone Realty Group is in line to receive financing help from the city for an ambitious plan that would overhaul two nearly vacant office properties near Monument Circle and bring a prestigious Intercontinental Hotel to Indianapolis.
Noblesville leaders say building a mixed-use development in their historic downtown allows them to make history while also preserving it.
The South Bend-based developer that last year bought the landmark restaurant and the block on which it sits is searching for office and retail tenants for the space.
The mixed-use development would provide downtown Noblesville with its first-ever parking garage and its first new apartment building in more than a century.
Developer Chris White has asked Westfield to allow him to expand the multi-use development at U.S. 31 and State Road 38 from about 300 acres to more than 400 acres.
The restaurateur behind St. Elmo Steak House is pivoting on plans for a Burger Study on 116th Street and instead intends to develop a more upscale, American-grill concept that would be unique to Fishers.