The city had hoped to begin construction this fall, but leaders are still finalizing design plans, Mayor Scott Fadness told IBJ.
Royal Pin bowling center scores big with push into group events, other games
The company spent $4.2 million to upgrade its north-side facility, adding non-bowling attractions, then worked to host corporate fundraisers, company parties and team-building retreats.Read More
Speedway B&O Trail extensions could spur development
Redevelopment experts are confident the west side will see a jolt in property values and development opportunities as plans to extend a Speedway trail both east and west move forward.Read More
Fans of late champion cyclist Major Taylor say it’s time for city to embrace icon
The African-American cyclist—who took the world by storm at the turn of the 20th century is finally receiving the national admiration he never garnered while alive.Read More
Whitestown, which has a population of less than 9,000, is bracing for an estimated 20,000 to 40,000 visitors annually as well as national and international press who will attend tournaments that will be broadcast across the ESPN family of networks.
The Indians will get a new club and additional space in their administrative offices with a multi-million-dollar project expected to start once the 2019 season concludes. The project has received approval from the Capital Improvement Board.
Kären Haley, executive director of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, talks with guest host Anthony Schoettle about the timeline for the bikeshare expansion and why it was important to locate stations outside of downtown.
Since starting his own personal training business while attending Indiana University, 30-year-old Tyler Davis has helped hundreds of clients stay on top of their game. His new startup focuses on clients who travel a lot.
Six years after golfer Brad Fellers was diagnosed with a rare bone malady that caused him to lose feeling in his right hand, he has qualified for the 2019 PGA Professional Championship.
Fear not, beginners: Sugar Creek poses about as much of a challenge to your paddling skills as the average waterpark lazy river.
A $25 million Greenwood sports complex is on ice while its developers try to work out a deal to get a sizable, one-time rebate from Indianapolis Power & Light Co.
Formerly known as Jonathan Byrd’s Fieldhouse, the $10 million facility with eight hardwood courts for basketball and volleyball will be called the Pacers Athletic Center.
Redeveloping the Zionsville course—consistently ranked among the best in the country—could include 360 single-family homes and 200 multi-family housing units.
Westfield residents want to keep the city’s only public golf course open, but so far, any project that could do so hasn’t been able to tee off.
Sue and Chris Estep, owners of RoundTripper Baseball Academy in Westfield, say they met with Mayor Andy Cook to discuss the possibility of relocating to Grand Park.
The city of Westfield’s contract with Carmel-based Urick Concessions, which has been operating the outdoor food stands at the sports complex since it opened in 2014, ends Dec. 31.
Zionsville and Plainfield are still in contention to land Little League International’s Central Region headquarters, but Westfield has apparently struck out.
Upper Hand said it plans to use the money to boost its sales team and its software. The company has raised $2.1 million since last spring.
The more than 500,000-square-foot facility is expected to accommodate training or play for 31 sports on six turf fields, 12 hard-surface courts and in a baseball training center.
The Fishers Sports Pavilion project was first introduced in April 2015, but construction never started. Now, a modified proposal with a $75 million price tag is heading to Fishers officials for consideration.
The 65,000-square-foot golf attraction at the corner of 116th Street and Interstate 69 is slated to open this fall.