Expected to be a key component of 16 Tech’s live-work vision, the apartment project will include a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom units.
Henke Development plans expansive clubhouse for Zionsville’s Holliday Farms community
Westfield-based Henke Development Group had its development plan for a nearly 79,000-square-foot clubhouse featuring a slew of golf- and non-golf-related amenities approved this week by the Zionsville Plan Commission.Read More
COhatch set to open four more area coworking sites in early 2022
The company, which entered the market in 2020 by opening coworking centers in Broad Ripple and Noblesville, announced formal plans Wednesday to open additional Indianapolis-area centers—in Martindale-Brightwood, Carmel, downtown Indianapolis and Zionsville.Read More
Noblesville planning 200-acre innovation district on city’s southeast side
Innovation Mile, as it would be called, aims to bring medical technology, life science innovation, wholesale trade, professional and technical services companies to Noblesville by offering shovel-ready sites and shared amenities.Read More
Carmel council tables GOAT’s petition to reopen for additional city staff review
The owners of The Greatest of All Taverns, known as The GOAT, are trying to rezone their property in Carmel’s Midtown to allow the bar and restaurant to reopen. Now, city staff members are trying to determine a potential suitable zoning designation.Read More
Denver-based RE/MAX LLC and RE/MAX Integrated Regions LLC filed a complaint in federal court last month against James “Jimmy” Dulin and The Hamilton Group Inc., which does business as RE/MAX Ability Plus.
Indianapolis-based Onyx+East, Arbor Homes and St. John-based Olthof Homes presented plans to the Noblesville City Council on Tuesday for a slew of new residential projects featuring 129 single-family, 123 townhouses and 62 two-family homes.
The restaurants are set to open in early 2022, following a $1 million renovation of the property by restaurant group O’Reilly Holdings LLC, which owns both concepts.
A team of three contractors will build a 1,000-space garage slated to serve an office building in development by Browning Investments, as well as a 300-space garage to serve court staff.
A nine-member task force created by the Indiana Supreme Court will help landlords and tenants resolve their disputes and access federal rental assistance resources.
The new owner plans to make a significant investment in improvements that likely will drive up rents that have languished of late.
Slated to open this fall, Our Table American Bistro will have an aesthetic that co-owners Joe and Ginger Miller call “Napa Valley meets Bargersville farmhouse.”
City officials on Monday released a long-anticipated request for developers to submit ideas for reuse of the 28-story Indianapolis City-County Building, along with studies that show it would take more than $35 million in basic upgrades to repurpose the structure.
Portia Bailey-Bernard of the Indy Chamber says projects like the $60 million redevelopment of the Stutz business campus and the expansion of IU Health’s downtown campus will help reshape the northern portion of downtown.
The brewery space will feature a 1,200-square-foot taproom with seating for up to 50 people and a 3.5-barrel brewing system.
The owner of several local Indian and Pakistani restaurants plans to open Royal Indian Restaurant and Banquet Hall at the site.
Back 9 will feature a three-story building with 75 golf bays, a 350-person music pavilion, and a handful of bars and restaurant spaces, as well as meeting areas and a game area.
Millions of Americans are getting priced out of ownership or stuck spending the bulk of their income on rent. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index climbed a record 19.1% in June from a year ago.
The acquisition by Felton Properties, which equals about $164 per square foot, marks the Oregon-based firm’s first venture into the Indianapolis market.
The Carmel-based franchisee for the line of sprawling indoor golf and entertainment centers says he’s already looking ahead to additional stores, maybe one in downtown Indianapolis.
Plans call for the updated Stutz, purchased earlier this year by New York-based SomeraRoad Inc., to feature new event areas, co-working space, more retail and restaurant offerings, new outdoor spaces and an updated facade.
Brackett, who played for the Indianapolis Colts from 2003 to 2011, got into the restaurant business after retiring from the NFL. He closed his Stacked Pickle sports-bar chain in May 2020 because of the pandemic.