The redevelopment of the former Greenwood Middle School site would bring hundreds of residential units, plus restaurants, retailers and a public parking garage to the city’s downtown.
Sizzling housing market shows no sign of cooling off going into 2021
“Indianapolis is one of the fastest-selling metros in the country,” said Chris Glynn, a senior economist at Zillow, a real estate website and research firm. “The typical home in Indianapolis is selling in five days or less.”Read More
Broad Ripple tequila-and-tacos joint expanding to Fishers
The three principals behind Sangrita Saloon are adapting the high-end Mexican concept for the 4,000-square-foot Sangrita Grill & Cantina in the Yard at Fishers District culinary hub.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Remodelers reveal what homeowners want in pandemic era
An architect, interior designer and design-build contractor discuss the sudden shift in priorities for the home, how much projects can cost and how crews get the work done in the middle of a health crisis.Read More
BBQ joint, Books & Brews site join long list of area restaurants to call it quits during pandemic
While numerous Indianapolis-area restaurants are looking forward to reopening their dining rooms this week, many others are no longer around to get the chance.Read More
Home improvement stores have become hot destinations during the pandemic, with millions working from home and attending school remotely. Many Americans have found the time to update or change their homes to add home offices and other elements.
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.
The 30-unit apartment project is aimed at individuals aged 18 to 24 who were previously in the state’s child welfare and fostering system.
Indiana is using $15 million in Emergency Solutions Grant CARES Act funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to offer up to six months of rent to Hoosiers who are at high risk of facing homelessness.
The 86th Street store, which is set to open next month, will be the first in Indiana for the Maryland-based chain. Also this week: Nada and Downtown Arts Market.
Indianapolis-based Cityscape Residential’s plans to ask the city for an $8 million TIF bond to help support its 287-unit luxury apartment complex. The project is also slated to feature a potential three-story, 30,000-square-foot office building.
If you do decide you need help now that your dustballs are the size of baseballs, and you are fortunate enough to be able to afford to bring in outside help, how can you best keep yourself and your cleaning professional safe indoors in this new environment?
Active listings have continued to fall throughout 2020, as sellers resist having potential buyers in their homes during a pandemic.
After spending months in virtual lockdown, some homeowners have learned their residences just don’t serve their needs. Or more accurately, the needs of a family in quarantine.
Tall ceilings, large windows and a great balcony attracted Bryan Bisson to a four-story condo on Alabama Street.
The Carmel Plan Commission sent a proposed Old Meridian District apartment project to a committee for further review. It also forwarded an age-restricted neighborhood at Keystone Parkway and 136th Street to the city council with a favorable recommendation.
As expected due to the pandemic, the number of houses sold from March through May dropped by 10% compared with last year and the number of houses on the market dropped by 31%.
DGX represents a new direction for Dollar General, which has traditionally focused on small-town and rural locations. Also this week: Quaff ON!, Bru Burger, Jiffy Lube, Tire Discounters, 16 Bit Bar + Arcade.
The seller of customizable doughnuts that started in Pendleton will be joined later this year by a second store in a new Westfield retail center.
The restaurant, part of Holladay Properties’ LaGrotte Square development, opened on the same day that a coronavirus-related prohibition on in-house restaurant dining took effect. The owners say they’ve seen good support from neighbors who have come for take-out orders in the restaurant’s first week.
It will add to a mix of new businesses in the town center. Also this week: Dave & Buster’s, VetIQ, Jiffy Lube, Ross Dress for Less, Sears Outlet and more.