On a recent visit to Indianapolis, HomeAdvisor CEO Chris Terrill spoke with IBJ about the company’s fast-growing local office, its nearby competitor Angie’s List, and the future of the home-services industry.
Lombard, Illinois-based furniture retailer RoomPlace has acquired the massive and long-vacant Levitz Furniture building on East Washington Street and plans to renovate it into a showroom and warehouse, city officials announced Monday morning.
Mainstreet Health Investments Inc. is headquartered in Toronto but controlled by Carmel-based real estate developer Mainstreet Property Group.
Tech entrepreneur Scott Jones has made Hawaii his primary residence, so he’s now renting rooms at his 30,000-square-foot Carmel mansion to lodgers through home-sharing site Airbnb.
The Charlottesville post office has been closed since Feb. 19 and there's no estimated date for when it will reopen.
The city’s attempt to find a partner to manage and redevelop downtown’s historic Indiana Theatre building attracted just one proposal.
Non-anchor retail occupancy for the mall declined from 90.5 percent in 2013 to 89.5 percent last year, while profit and revenue climbed, Simon Property Group Inc. said in an annual operating report to the city.
Republic Parking System Inc. has won the right to manage 6,100 state-owned downtown parking spaces, as well as hundreds of parking spots at White River State Park, for up to five years.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority could spend up to $6.5 million designing and building what it hopes is a solution to a parking garage canopy that has failed twice in four years.
The two centers are owned by Centre Properties and located on the east and west sides of Indianapolis. Meanwhile, in a separate case, a lender is seeking to foreclose on several industrial buildings.
The federal funding will enable AHEPA to convert 24 of 74 units at an area apartment complex into assisted-living housing for low-income disabled seniors.
Under terms of the deal, Carson Pirie Scott will save $300,000 annually through the next three years under a rent reduction at the downtown store.
The Chicago-based real estate firm bought the 30-story tower in a sheriff’s sale after the owner defaulted on loans totaling $60 million.
City officials have selected Deylen Realty’s proposal to build a five-story apartment-and-retail project on a surface parking lot the city has owned for years.
Size and age complicate the sale of several prominent structures in Boone and Hamilton counties.