The city is considering eliminating the highway’s Corridor Overlay, which prohibits residential use and restricts retail, parking, and building locations and sizes.
The Shoppes at Whitestown would be located on 33 acres within the Anson development with room for about 20 retailers and seven outlots. It could open by fall 2018.
With customer traffic sagging, U.S. retail landlords like Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group Inc. are using their sprawling concrete lots to host events such as carnivals, concerts and food-truck festivals.
The Indianapolis-based firm has filed plans for a 14-building project in Carmel with nearly 1 million square feet of office space, plus retail, restaurants and a dual-branded hotel.
Noblesville laid the groundwork for the campus in 2002. When East 146th Street opened in 2007, city leaders believed it would take 20 years for the area to build out. But it’s happening much faster.
A South Bend-based firm envisions condominiums and a mix of retail and restaurant space on the site of the hallowed Italian eatery that closed late last year.
The department store’s lease had been due to expire next January. If it had pulled out, the downtown mall would have been left with no anchors.
Three Meridian-Kessler residents have asked a judge to review whether the city’s Metropolitan Development Commission properly granted two zoning variances for the apartment-and-retail project.
The culinary-centric development proposed in Fishers is an unusual concept for the northern suburb, but it’s an idea experts say just needed the right recipe.
The project will include 236 apartments, 40,000 square feet of retail space and a 379-space parking structure.
Sophia’s on Southport Road near Madison Avenue is opening ahead of a big expansion for a dental claims processor and the construction of an $11 million senior living facility.
The yet-to-be-named restaurant will occupy 5,500 square feet in Gershman Partners’ Marietta building under construction next to the Marott Center.
Mark Pittman, son of late heart surgeon and developer John N. Pittman, filed a lawsuit Oct. 14 in Hamilton County against his siblings and family-owned entities involved with The Bridges, a retail development in Carmel that includes a Market District grocery store.
The Indianapolis-based mall developer faces accusations that it used its massive influence to pressure retailers to sign leases at its mall in Mishawaka instead of in a competitor’s property.
Now that Cannon Ball Brewing is close to opening in the suddenly hot area, Reveal Properties is beginning to renovate an adjacent building on Bellefontaine Street for office and restaurant use.
The plaintiff says he suffered a concussion at a north-side Chipotle restaurant in April when a brick sign crumbled in high winds and totaled his car.