The complex at 4822 E. Edgewood Ave. would consist of 280 apartments and 96 townhomes, as well as four commercial outlots. But the nearly 20-acre footprint needs to be rezoned.
Developer proposes 358-unit apartment project at Noblesville’s Hyde Park
Hyde Park Towns and Flats would be built on 17.4 acres of land west of Hamilton Town Center at the southwest corner of East 141st Street and Brooks School Road.Read More
Carmel home of late philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg goes on market for $1.65M
The home, constructed in 1940, sits in a 4.3-acre wooded, gated estate at 9950 Spring Mill Road. The 12-room house includes five bedrooms and offers panoramic views.Read More
Neighbors fight dense White River development near Broad Ripple
The siblings who own soon-to-close Willows Event Center on Spirit Lake want to redevelop the site into more than 250 apartments and town houses.Read More
Local developer plans new headquarters, restaurant in Broad Ripple
Avenue Development plans to construct a four-story office structure in the middle of the 6500 block of Cornell Avenue, directly west of the Monon Trail. The building would include a first-floor restaurant from a well-known local operator.Read More
The Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development on Thursday said the redevelopment of The Willows Event Center property north of Broad Ripple into more than 250 apartments and town homes should be permitted to move forward.
The construction is happening at a time libraries play an increasingly wide-ranging role in the communities they serve.
The 13-member body approved by the Legislature in March is tasked with addressing Indiana’s affordable housing shortage.
The $92 million, mixed-use redevelopment project is taking shape on a 19-acre site downtown after nearly a decade of planning.
The plan by Homestead Development consists of two components. The first would be a single apartment building for individuals age 55 or older. The other would be an eight-building complex containing market-rate apartments.
City officials plan to get public input on potential reuses for the 100-year-old home of Fire Department Station No. 32 at 6330 N. Guilford Ave.
Herron Classical Schools said the former Salvation Army of Indiana Divisional Headquarters building next to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will become the permanent home of Herron Preparatory Academy.
In a statement to IBJ, Roche said it hopes to display “supportive and inspiring messages” visible from I-69 as part of a new corporate initiative.
National retailer RH is teaming with a developer to take over Linden House—the 152-acre Indianapolis estate of late businesswoman and philanthropist Christel DeHaan—and turn it into a huge home furnishings showroom, interior design gallery, upscale restaurant, wine bar and outdoor furniture gallery.
The Krannert School of Management at Purdue University has received a nearly $21 million gift from the Dean and Barbara White Family Foundation, the largest gift in the school’s history.
Today, GoldLeaf—1901 E. 46th St.—serves what it labels “snacks” (Wasabi Grilled Cheese, a Croissant with Gruyere and Ham, for example); offers an espresso bar (cappuccinos, cold brews, mochas, etc.) and serves beer and wine in an eclectic café filled with plants and art.
There are just 38 affordable units available to every 100 Indiana renters making 30% or less of the area media income, according to the report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition and Prosperity Indiana.
After local shops observe Record Store Day on April 23, Indy CD & Vinyl will throw a 20th-anniversary party on April 24.
The Wulsin Building at 222 E. Ohio St. is expected to be acquired by an investment group later this spring. The buyers plan to spend up to $6 million to convert the eight-story structure to market-rate apartments.
Hamilton County’s plan to install water and sewer utilities near U.S. 31 and East 236th Street will tap $25 million in funds Hamilton County received through the American Rescue Plan Act.
The 10-story, 66,220-square-foot building and its 216-space parking lot are adjacent to the site of the Indianapolis Downtown Heliport, which is slated for eventual redevelopment.
The bar opened on the first floor of the Forte apartment building, 1140 Shelby St., in September 2019.
The lawsuit also alleges that the owners of the complexes defrauded both Citizens Energy Group and residents by collecting payments that the owners said would go to utilities—but didn’t.