Onyx+East is expected to appear before the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission on Wednesday for a preliminary review of the $6.5 million project.
Nearly $15M townhouse project slated for spot where Meridian-Kessler meets Monon
In the latest of a slew of projects planned by local developer Onyx+East, more than 50 units in the high $200,000s to the low $400,000s are planned by the trail’s intersection with 46th Street.Read More
IBJ Podcast: How the sale of Christel DeHaan’s estate could expand her legacy
Host Mason King talks to the real estate agent who has listed Christel DeHaan’s estate for $14 million, in addition to Christel House International CEO Bart Peterson and Christel DeHaan Family Foundation President Mark Willis about the impact of a sale.Read More
Community leaders form land trusts to tackle affordable housing shortage
A wide range of neighborhood organizations and residents think they’ve found an approach that could keep property affordable indefinitely.Read More
Christel DeHaan home generating big interest from potential buyers, agent says
Based on the early interest in the property, the estate might end up selling above $14 million list price, the listing agent said. Proceeds from the sale will allow the not-for-profit Christel House International to expand its outreach to students in high-poverty areas around the world.Read More
The listing provides a rare glimpse at an Indianapolis estate that sits behind stucco walls topped with terracotta tiles at 4501 N. Michigan Ave.
Since 2017, home insurance premium rates are up 11.4% on average, and insurance experts expect the rates to remain high.
After a three-month streak of declining numbers, Indianapolis-area builders received a surge of interest from new-house buyers in November and are nearing a 16-year record.
The bank was accused in a lawsuit earlier this year of providing disproportionately fewer mortgages to Black borrowers, closing branches in predominantly Black neighborhoods and giving Black people less information during the mortgage-application process.
Eviction filings in Indianapolis were 49% below average in August but just 7% below average in the first 11 days of December, according to Eviction Lab at Princeton University.
TWG Development LLC is in discussions with city zoning and planning officials for the 125-unit project, which would be developed on the east side of the road in the 1800 block of North Meridian Street.
In addition to two Indianapolis communities, the acquisition involved properties in Bedford, Bloomington, Lebanon, New Albany and Shelbyville.
The project, called FSX—shortened from “Fountain Square Ten”—is planned for a narrow site at 1003 Prospect St., which currently houses two drive-thru ATMs for PNC Bank. The units each will have a two-car garage and rooftop deck.
With an initial price tag of $63 million, the 25-acre community east of Ikea has since been renamed Slate at Fishers District.
The recent slump has slowed what had been a torrid pace for the local home-construction industry. Permit filings are still easily on pace to have their biggest year since 2005.
Sales of existing homes in central Indiana fell for the third time in four months in October amid skyrocketing prices and tight inventories.
Providing pet accommodations has become a top priority for apartment complexes seeking younger tenants, and new-home construction is also seeing an uptick in pet-friendly perks.
Host Mason King sat down with McLaughlin to learn how he closed so many sales, what makes his approach different and what he thinks about central Indiana’s red-hot real estate market.
The 195-unit Meridian Towers Apartments on the near-north side of Indianapolis has been sold to an out-of-state development partnership that plans to renovate the property.
The number of households receiving emergency rental assistance has increased steadily in recent months, with no major increase in evictions despite the expiration of the federal eviction moratorium, the Treasury Department said.