The vacant three-story structure dating back to the 1880s has a new owner, which plans to convert it to co-working space for technology companies.
Dora Hospitality Group and Lauth Group hope to bring a new Hilton brand to the market as part of mixed-use development north of the Ritz Charles hospitality venue.
Leaders of what’s known as Stadium Village on downtown’s southern edge have been waiting patiently for the area to pop; now, there’s finally enough activity to justify their hopes.
All options are on the table for the city’s future use of the City-County Building, Old City Hall, the Marion County Jail and the 500-space East Market Street parking garage.
An Indianapolis-based developer is seeking approval for a 25-acre development in a high-profile location in Lebanon.
The developer, along with the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission, were at the center of an appeal brought by neighbors of the historic building who oppose the project.
The nine-acre Landing at Monon Marketplace project is expected to include a multistory hotel, office buildings and a new location for an Indiana-based restaurant chain.
The 16-acre property could command $6 million to $8 million from developers, but a state law might prevent Indianapolis Public Schools from cashing in.
Flaherty & Collins Properties was selected by the city of Valparaiso to develop a $120 million mixed-use project at the former Anco factory site.
A family that has owned land in Westfield since the mid-1800s has requested a rezoning for a multi-use development project that would almost rival Grand Park Sports Campus in size.
Town officials in 2008 began an aggressive play to turn the world-famous oval into an economic engine that runs year-round by creating a retail and entertainment district along Main Street.
Indianapolis officials have triggered a wide-scale review of the need for big municipal buildings downtown. Real estate executives are intrigued by the 28-story City-County Building’s potential for private redevelopment.
The real estate project at 3500 Lafayette Road, called the Pyramids at 35 Hundred, is expected to feature 130 independent-living units for seniors and 15,000 square feet of commercial space.
Stenz Construction Corp. is seeking a city tax break to help offset costs for reclaiming a ramshackle set of buildings and creating fitness facilities, climbing walls, and office and restaurant space, among other features.
The plan for the development, slated just east of the neighborhood’s commercial core, required reaching out to property owners on Prospect Street and collaborating with neighborhood officials.
The $110 million Yard at Fishers District will feature about 15 restaurants, including two St. Elmo-owned concepts; a Sun King tasting room; a dual-branded hotel; and hundreds of apartments.
Bill Oesterle and a group of investors have agreed to purchase the 17.5-acre site on the near-east side and could close on the deal in March.
A Marion Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a North Carolina developer, after a neighborhood resident challenged his plans to build the project.