Noblesville leaders say building a mixed-use development in their historic downtown allows them to make history while also preserving it.
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.
If approved, CharlesTowne at Grand Park Village would be built on 12 acres near the intersection of Wheeler Road and 186th Street.
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 city received nine proposals from companies and selected two of them to work collaboratively on creating a master plan for the trail through Fishers.
The hospitality market is booming—so is it finally time for Indianapolis International Airport to add an on-site hotel? Airport leaders are examining pitches from four developers that think it is.
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.
A proposal to build an 88-room extended-stay hotel on Old Meridian Street in Carmel is gaining traction after city leaders and the neighboring Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10003 had initially opposed it.
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.
The Indianapolis-based health system said it will continue to study possibilities for the land after neighbors objected to plans calling for nine buildings and four parking garages that carried an estimated price tag of $1 billion.
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.
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.
Bids for a 132,000-square-foot expansion of the government and judicial center came in about $300,000 over budget.
Stenz Construction Corp. bought a two-story office building in the Mass Ave District and is seeking to demolish it to make way for the development.
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.
Ensuring the $572 million criminal justice center connects with the surrounding neighborhood and doesn’t sit isolated presents a big challenge for project planners and community leaders.
M/I Homes has plans to build 40 single-family units and 20 town houses on the former hospital campus, bringing even more investment to an area on the mend.
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.