The Rock initiative is providing affordable homes and spurring other big changes in the far-east-side neighborhood.
A towering limestone monument to a long-ago Indianapolis mayor will be transformed into a performance venue at Riverside Park, thanks in part to a Lilly Endowment Inc. grant.
The old industrial building, which has about 130 tenants, has been in redevelopment mode since 2015.
Hospitality industry observers say this is far from an ideal time for Kite—a publicly traded real estate investment trust specializing in shopping centers—to veer outside its core business and tackle what would be a risky and colossal project that easily could cost more than $600 million.
The project is slated for an odd triangular parcel along one of Fountain Square’s main arteries as the neighborhood’s resurgence continues.
A brewery and restaurant that hoped to be part of the revitalization of the south end of the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood has closed, citing “unexpected circumstances.”
It will be the first Indianapolis location for Taxman, which also has operations in Johnson and Hancock counties.
A developer is seeking zoning changes and development variances from the city that would allow it to build a high-density, five-story apartment complex on a half-block near the Vogue nightclub.
Commonwealth Indiana aims to create both economic and social returns for investors.
Ambrose President Aasif Bade is mum about Amazon but explain the new name for the project, when site preparation could begin and why the riverfront is so important to the project.
The owner of the 40,000-square-foot gym says upgrading the facility would cost tens of millions of dollars, and that the cost to maintain it is greater than the property’s value.
City officials and business are already considering how Market East Cultural District and the neighborhood of Twin Aire will change when courts-related public employees move in 2022.
The street-level retail tenants in One North Penn are preparing to either relocate or close for good as the office building’s transformation gets under way.
Keystone Realty Group is in line to receive financing help from the city for an ambitious plan that would overhaul two nearly vacant office properties near Monument Circle and bring a prestigious Intercontinental Hotel to Indianapolis.
Decades ago, J. Scott Keller was a pioneer of the downtown residential real estate scene. Now he’s back, building two modular homes on South Arsenal Avenue with architect Terry Bradbury.
Stringtown is surrounded by activity or proposed activity: at IUPUI to the east, 16 Tech to the north, the former Central State Hospital site to the west, and the former GM stamping plant to the south.
The mixed-use development would provide downtown Noblesville with its first-ever parking garage and its first new apartment building in more than a century.
A historic downtown building half a block from the Central Library will undergo an $8.7 million face-lift&mdash.