Retailers are feeling pangs of optimism at an opportune time for the developers and real estate brokers who rely on them
for survival: The year’s biggest retail real estate gathering is May 23-25 in Las Vegas.
The Nebraska-based outdoor retailer plans to open new stores again after a two-year, recession-induced halt on expansion.
But the company is not reviving its plan for the 96-acre plot it owns in Greenwood.
Renovation work finally has begun on the building at 16th and Pennsylvania streets. Developer Christopher Piazza found two
equity partners for the project because banks were unwilling to lend.
Butler Automotive Group is proposing a $19 million development along Indiana 37 that could include five auto dealerships and
create about 230 jobs.
Simon’s warning was delivered in a letter sent to General Growth a day after the company essentially rebuffed Simon’s hostile
Farmers who might have worried about losing their livelihood
to new homes or retail have gotten a little breather.
Six groups are vying to lead a redevelopment effort for the struggling Indianapolis City Market. Check out summaries of each
of the proposals.
The largest creditor for Lauth Group Inc. has asked a bankruptcy judge to appoint a trustee after evidence in a related case
suggested Lauth insiders may have backdated documents to thwart creditors.
Former YMCA branch at 860 W. 10th St. would be razed to make way for retail and housing.