Hendricks Commercial Properties has scaled back some of the plans for the massive mixed-use development at College and Massachusetts avenues, at the site of a former Coca-Cola bottling plant.
Developer Steve Henke has revealed his preliminary plans for a 40-acre commercial project to be known as the Commons at Chatham Hills.
A South Bend-based firm envisions condominiums and a mix of retail and restaurant space on the site of the hallowed Italian eatery that closed late last year.
An iconic architectural landmark that would create a gateway to downtown is one of several features city officials want as part of a redevelopment of the former General Motors stamping plant site.
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.
A nearly two-acre property is shaping up to be pivotal in terms of what residents of one of Indianapolis’ most-desirable neighborhoods consider to be acceptable development.
The yet-to-be-named restaurant will occupy 5,500 square feet in Gershman Partners’ Marietta building under construction next to the Marott Center.
As the recipient of a $1.1 million city loan, TWG Development has agreed to include public art in its mammoth project on the site of the former Indianapolis Star headquarters.
The company wants to rezone the 15.4-acre site from residential to commercial to prepare it for possible redevelopment as an office park.
The city will have one year to negotiate a project agreement with Hendricks Commercial Properties, which has proposed a $260 million development on the lot at the corner of College and Massachusetts avenues, or be forced to buy the property from IPS.
Plans for a controversial three-story “digital canvas” have been dropped from the Mass Ave development’s design. Developers also replaced the Montage on Mass name with a different one.
Two developments totaling $50 million are in the works on the western edge of Speedway as officials look to create a gateway into the town from Crawfordsville Road.
A specialist in terra cotta will assess the integrity of the structures and suggest options that could range from on-site reinforcement and preservation to off-site storage and eventual reconstruction.
Four of the family’s five local businesses operate out of downtown Carmel—and Chuck Lazzara and his son are pursuing a $20 million mixed-use development called Monon & Main.
Chuck Lazzara, who owns the Ritz Charles with his wife, has revealed plans for Monon and Main, a mixed-use project on the southwest corner of Main Street and the Monon Trail.