A revitalization project that helped Indianapolis land the 2012 Super Bowl is beginning to take
shape. Organizers hope to build and rehab about 300 housing units, including the Jefferson Apartments "homeownership
Former YMCA branch at 860 W. 10th St. would be razed to make way for retail and housing.
BOS Community Development Corp., created in 1982 to revitalize the Indiana Avenue and Midtown area, says its mission is accomplished.
The troubled Indianapolis City Market is looking East for a new direction. This summer, its executive director, Jim Reilly,
visited Philadelphia and Cleveland to observe their successful urban markets and seek pointers that might be applied here.
The Shelton, a five-story building on Delaware Street, is getting a $3 million makeover.
The owner of the vacant former Fall Creek YMCA along West 10th Street is seeking bidders interested in tearing down the building
and redeveloping the prime 2-acre site.
The master of urban planning degree offered downtown will use the city as an urban laboratory.
A local real estate veteran who had planned to retire has instead jumped back into the game with the purchase of two vacant
downtown properties he plans to convert to market-rate apartments.
Not long ago, developers seemed to vie for every square inch of open ground in the vicinity of the just-completed Lucas Oil
Stadium. These days, the entire neighborhood has been pushed, if not into a financial deep freeze, then at the very least
to the back of the crisper drawer.