Henke Development Group LLC has requested the rezoning of about 600 acres for a project called Holliday Farms, which would feature a championship golf course, homes, retail buildings and restaurants.
Only the Pan Am Plaza and a city-owned parking garage on Illinois Street jump out as prime locations for the mega-hotel Visit Indy wants downtown, hospitality industry observers say.
City and tourism officials had requested proposals for a hotel that would rival the 1,004-room JW Marriott and include ballroom space integral to attracting more conventions to the city.
The long-vacant P.R. Mallory building on East Washington Street is closer to becoming occupied, after plans to bring the Purdue Polytechnic High School there stalled over higher-than-expected renovation costs.
Tax cuts passed into law last year are starting to show up in workers' paychecks, boosting confidence in the economy to its highest level in more than 17 years.
The Indianapolis-based brewing company wouldn’t specify a location for the brewery, despite noting that a representative from the developer would be on hand at the Jan. 23 press conference.
The 4.5-acre parcel just east of the Monon Trail received a high bid of $2.75 million. All of the proposals would mix commercial and housing development.
A $25 million Greenwood sports complex is on ice while its developers try to work out a deal to get a sizable, one-time rebate from Indianapolis Power & Light Co.
The proposal from Paul Rioux, owner of Platinum Properties Management Co. LLC, is for a 309-acre development and would keep the golf course open.
Growing architecture firm Guidon Design Inc. plans to occupy the currently vacant and dilapidated structure on North Pennsylvania Street and boost employment by nearly 50 percent.
Westfield residents want to keep the city’s only public golf course open, but so far, any project that could do so hasn’t been able to tee off.
Sue and Chris Estep, owners of RoundTripper Baseball Academy in Westfield, say they met with Mayor Andy Cook to discuss the possibility of relocating to Grand Park.
The projects, proposed separately by Litz & Eaton Development LLC and Block 20 Development LLC, would be built on two empty lots and on property where an existing building sits.
The project, which could include nearly 1 million square feet of higher-end retail, would be developed by locally based Gershman Partners.
An advisory commission has chosen a proposal from an Indianapolis-based developer for a new convention center and hotel development in downtown Bloomington that is expected to cost about $72 million.
Hotels in Carmel could soon have an unexpected competitor—the city itself.
Plans are taking shape to revamp dilapidated and underdeveloped properties in the Maple Crossing area, north of 38th at Illinois and Meridian streets.
Ambrose Property Group is proposing a massive $550 million mixed-use project that would transform downtown’s western edge from afterthought to urban gem.