The $72 million Midland Pointe development is planned on 34 acres at the southeast corner of State Road 32 and Hazel Dell Parkway.
Plans advance for nearly $6M overhaul of Crispus Attucks athletic facilities
The project on the downtown high school school campus entails relocating a pesky Verizon cell tower, reorienting the football field and track and upgrading seating for fans, coaches and the media.Read More
Old City Hall development is ‘huge opportunity,’ although designs remain in their infancy
Early plans for the $150 million project, known for now as the “Alabama Redevelopment,” call for a 387-foot glass tower containing 190 apartments, 24 condominiums, 150 hotel rooms and 8,000 square feet of retail and hospitality space.Read More
Merchants Bank planning 111,000-square-foot HQ expansion in Carmel
The building, according to designs by Carmel-based Studio M Architecture and Planning LLC, will have a brick and glass facade and include a walkway constructed above 3rd Avenue SW that will connect with the existing bank headquarters.Read More
Wing Zone restaurant to take over former Donut Shop location
The first Indiana location for Wing Zone, a fast-casual chain with more than 60 locations, is expected to open by the end of the summer.Read More
The Drake has been a often-discussed property since the museum said in mid-2019 the it planned to raze the 95-year-old building as part of a larger real estate effort to make space for additional exhibits and parking.
The two gifts totaling $7.5 million from longtime supporters will be put toward development and construction of a performing arts center proposed for The Village, a business and culture district adjacent to campus.
The city is seeking input from developers on how to revitalize the former site of a long-troubled apartment complex on the far-east side of Indianapolis, officials announced Wednesday.
Owner Sojos Capital said more than 20 Lafayette Square Mall tenants will set up shop on the first floor of the former Sears building and will not be required to pay rent.
Siblings Phil and Joel Kirk want to be part of the commercial comeback of the Garfield Park neighborhood southwest of Fountain Square.
The Indianapolis Airport Authority and the city of Indianapolis on Wednesday confirmed the heliport could be decommissioned later this year by the Federal Aviation Administration, paving the way for redevelopment.
Plans call for the downtown hotel in the historic Odd Fellows building to feature as many as 164 rooms, a ground-floor restaurant, a rooftop bar and 4,500 square feet of ballroom and meeting space.
The redevelopment of what is now an 18-acre manufacturing site downtown is expected to include apartments, a hotel, an office building and retail space—in addition to a 20,000-seat stadium. Keystone Corp. CEO Ersal Ozdemir said the project’s cost will likely top $1 billion.
Dark steel beams, exposed ducting and stainless industrial-style appliances are warmed up by worn leather furniture and soft area rugs.
What’s next for the two city blocks that are now Circle Centre mall could start coming into focus over the next year.
The city on Wednesday confirmed it has received an incentive application from Sojos Capital LLC for tax-increment financing but declined to provide additional details.
The Department of Metropolitan Development on Thursday released two requests for proposals covering the three structures to developers.
Plans for the shopping center property call for a new name and multiple new uses, including apartments, hotel, sports facilities, concert center, a police station and a public trail and canal.
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.
The project was given a final, and unanimous, approval by the city’s Metropolitan Development Commission—the last step necessary to allow the city to request the funds from the Indianapolis Bond Bank.
Traders Point first announced plans for its Midtown campus in January 2020, a few weeks after it closed on its $7.6 million purchase of the Marsh store east of Broad Ripple.
Each project would range from $7 million to as much as $40 million, with funding coming from bonds tied to an expiring pension levy.
The approval will allow Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development Inc. to develop 11 affordable, for-rent homes at the southwest corner of 141st Street and Cumberland Road.