Only the Pan Am Plaza and a city-owned parking garage on Illinois Street jump out as prime locations for the mega-hotel Visit Indy wants downtown, hospitality industry observers say.
The long-vacant P.R. Mallory building on East Washington Street is closer to becoming occupied, after plans to bring the Purdue Polytechnic High School there stalled over higher-than-expected renovation costs.
Tax cuts passed into law last year are starting to show up in workers' paychecks, boosting confidence in the economy to its highest level in more than 17 years.
Onyx+East is buying a one-acre lot off of South College Avenue and plans to build eight buildings containing 35 residential units.
Bill Oesterle and a group of investors have agreed to purchase the 17.5-acre site on the near-east side and could close on the deal in March.
Mike Simmons has bought the former Chef’s Academy on East Washington Street and is refurbishing the building to appeal to car enthusiasts by adding meeting and event space.
A Marion Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a North Carolina developer, after a neighborhood resident challenged his plans to build the project.
A Marion Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a neighborhood resident, who fought the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission’s decision to give the project the green light.
Chicago-based Mer Car Corp. owns the 95,700-square-foot strip center anchored by a Kroger, where Southeastern and English avenues meet, just west of where the justice center is set to be built.
Growing architecture firm Guidon Design Inc. plans to occupy the currently vacant and dilapidated structure on North Pennsylvania Street and boost employment by nearly 50 percent.
The projects, proposed separately by Litz & Eaton Development LLC and Block 20 Development LLC, would be built on two empty lots and on property where an existing building sits.
The effort, launched in late 2014, aims to mix private-sector investments with federal tax money to spark residential and commercial activity in five targeted Indianapolis neighborhoods.
Bill Oesterle has assembled a group of local heavy hitters in hopes of purchasing the 17.5-acre site east of downtown, now that ANGI Homeservices Inc. has put it up for sale.
The 17.5-acre campus on East Washington Street is made up of 41 parcels with 25 buildings, 1,000 parking spaces and 190,000 square feet of office space. Parent company ANGI Homeservices would like to sell it to a single buyer if possible.
The developer of the massive $260 million project is planning for space to host a broad mix of vendors, ranging from seafood purveyors and fruit-and-vegetable stands to restaurants of various sizes.
Plans are taking shape to revamp dilapidated and underdeveloped properties in the Maple Crossing area, north of 38th at Illinois and Meridian streets.
Ambrose Property Group is proposing a massive $550 million mixed-use project that would transform downtown’s western edge from afterthought to urban gem.