Plans call for replacing the existing curtain wall on the 20-story office building with “crystal gray” panes developed by Minnesota-based architectural glass fabricator Viracon.
Sources: Rolls-Royce planning to vacate two-thirds of its downtown campus
The United Kingdom-based aircraft engine manufacturer is expected to jettison about 270,000 square feet of office space on its 2.2-acre campus at 450 S. Meridian St. About 3,000 people worked in the company’s downtown offices prior to the pandemic.Read More
Turner Woodard sells majority stake in historic Stutz property
The new majority owner says it plans to retain the Stutz property’s historic character but isn’t yet revealing details about its plans for the 110-year-old downtown complex.Read More
Indianapolis-based residential developer plans Carmel HQ project
Indianapolis-based SC Bodner Co. is planning to build and move its headquarters into a $6 million office development along U.S. 31 in Carmel, according to a proposal filed with the city.Read More
Major downtown office users reevaluating space needs, but pandemic’s impact still hard to gauge
Big tenants such as Rolls-Royce and Salesforce say they’re reevaluating their space needs as most of their local employees work remotely. Real estate experts say they’re unlikely to make decisions until after the pandemic subsides.Read More
There’s precious little consensus about the necessary precautions, although most decision-makers agree that we won’t get back to “normal” until there’s a vaccine.
Many employees have traded in-person meetings and conversations for emails and videoconferencing—something many experts say likely will continue long after social distancing requirements are relaxed.
The company, which provides workforce management services, said it is investing $15.1 million overall to acquire and renovate the 165,000-square-foot building, where it will move 130 employees.
The land near Interstate 69 and 106th Street had previously been targeted by Sun King Brewing Co. as a location for a major brewery and tasting room.
To incentivize the development, the Fishers City Council on Monday night voted to waive city fees associated with the project for up to 24 months.
Three well-known local companies plan to move into a four-story, 100,000-square-foot office building called the Agora. Construction of the building is expected to be complete next summer.
Town leaders say development is coming, but has been slow because they’re picky about tenants.
The 1 million-square-foot, six-building office campus adjacent to the Fashion Mall at Keystone sold this week in a deal estimated by local real estate experts to exceed $105 million and possibly much more.
Lancer + Beebe LLC has purchased property for a new headquarters on downtown’s eastern edge that also would include retail and residential space.
Crossroads Education, a startup founded in 2016 that develops learning environments for K-12 schools and colleges, needs the city to rezone the property in Haughville and get approval for the height of the building.
The seller was The Sanders Trust of Birmingham, Alabama. The trust—co-founded by Hall of Fame National Football League quarterback Bart Starr—acquired the building in 2009.
Beyond the 1,500-acre industrial park near Indianapolis International Airport, the developer has launched a broad range of residential and commercial projects in Marion and Hamilton counties, from the redevelopment of the Milano Inn site downtown to the Grand Park Events Center in Westfield.
Three years after moving into a brand new $22 million headquarters building in Zionsville, Lids Sports Group is moving its offices to the northwest side of Indianapolis.
Real estate agent and nearby resident Kelly Lavengood says she was inspired by other rehab projects in the area to buy and renovate the former Pure Oil gas station on 38th Street.
The building, 9105 E. 56th St., anchors the 20-acre Harrison Commerce Park at Fort Harrison. The property has changed hands three times in the past eight years.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is conducting a feasibility study on its office space needs that could lead it to leave the 17-story, 107-year-old building it owns behind Hilbert Circle Theatre.
The deal includes the Gold Building and the office building at 251 E. Ohio St., both of which have struggled with low occupancy in recent years.
The owner of Dean-Webster Legal LLC and her husband bought the 1.7-acre parcel last year and hope to attract other professionals who want a straight shot up Southeastern Avenue to the campus.