SomeraRoad Inc., which acquired the Stutz Motor Car Co. factory complex last year for $25.8 million, confirmed Friday the four businesses will open on the ground floor of two Stutz buildings closest to the intersection of North Capitol Avenue and 10th Street.
Studio M Architecture & Planning and engineering firm KBSO Consulting LLC will co-own the $9 million building called The Collective at Midtown.
The 1,261-unit complex on nearly 90 acres at Shadeland Avenue and 75th Street was purchased March 31 by Cleveland firm Pepper Pike Capital Partners.
A six-story, $65 million, multifamily planned redevelopment of the former Kroger store in the heart of Broad Ripple is the latest in a series of substantial projects.
Work to improve stormwater drainage, plus bridge repair and additions of a trail and elevated crosswalks, will disrupt Broad Ripple through next spring.
The five-story, 116-unit Hotel Nickel Plate, part of Hilton’s high-end Tapestry Collection brand, will be built in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.
Local officials say the goal is to amass thousands of acres along I-65 between Purdue University and Indianapolis to attract manufacturers of semiconductors, microprocessors and other high-tech components.
A zoning change would open the door for a number of new uses on the 152-acre property along the White River.
Inspo, a concept by Fishers resident Kelsey Murphy, joins One Trick Pony and Gordito’s at Fishers Test Kitchen.
A local developer’s $80 million conversion of a 20-story office building into luxury apartments is the largest project of its kind downtown.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. recently approached Boone County officials about the possible development of land northwest of Lebanon for a big business project, but officials aren’t sharing much information.
The Bulldog Bar & Lounge, which is expected to open in May, will feature 48 self-serve taps in addition to traditional bar service and a restaurant named BD Social.
Just one lower appraisal could affect the cumulative wealth of an entire community, according to a new Biden administration report on the causes, extent and consequences of property misvaluation.
The plan contains 21 steps to improve oversight and accountability, including a legislative proposal to modernize the governance structure of the appraisal industry.
The project at the site of a former Kroger store is expected to consist of about 234 apartment units, a 240-space parking garage and 3,600 square feet of street-level restaurant space.
Abbott Commons would include homes ranging in cost from $325,000 for townhomes to single-family houses for $475,000.
To be named Hall Place Apartments, the 308-unit project would occupy about two acres just south of 18th Street and west of Illinois Street.
A coalition of city-county government and local community groups this week completed a final round of applications for a federal grant of up to $75 million, that could total $90 million with a required local match.