The developer of a proposed 164-unit apartment complex in the heart of Broad Ripple said it would consider going back to the drawing board in an effort to get the blessing of some area residents who have concerns about the project.
Before approving the proposal with a contingency, Westfield council members debated the rezoning of 321 acres near Grand Park for a project that includes a new YMCA facility.
The site for the 180-unit project is somewhat unusual—inside a business park that includes office buildings, a hotel, a Goodwill outlet store and the headquarters of The Garrett Cos.
Carmel officials say ongoing negotiations with Forrest Lucas regarding his Carmel estate have not been successful. Now, Carmel plans to enforce a zoning ruling that ultimately prohibited some special events.
Emmis Communications is seeking rezoning for 70 acres of land it owns in booming Whitestown to make it more marketable.
Forrest and Charlotte Lucas have continued to host big parties, fundraisers and soirees at their West 116th Street estate, despite losing an effort to gain zoning approval for the events.
Little League International said it “believes it’s in everyone’s best interest to pursue other options for the development of the Little League Central Region Headquarters.”
The developer has requested a rezoning to allow for a subdivision on 63 acres north of 171st Street and east of Mill Creek Road.
Brooks Farm would feature 314 homes built by two builders, including attached villas and single-family homes.
The insurer is asking for a zoning variance to install a fenced-in lot covered by solar panels on a grassy space off Virginia Avenue.
Boston-based Charles Street Investment Partners LLC has filed plans with the city to construct a $15 million, seven-story apartment-and-retail project at Pennsylvania and Vermont streets.
A three-building apartment complex could be built on property where Walmart once fought to open a 300,000-square-foot superstore.
A family that has owned land in Westfield since the mid-1800s has requested a rezoning for a multi-use development project that would almost rival Grand Park Sports Campus in size.
A ruling on Monday from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a city ordinance that prohibits adult entertainment businesses from operating in certain areas.
KennMar LLC has filed plans with the city of Noblesville to develop 23 acres at the southeast corner of Hazel Dell Road and State Road 32.
The settlement will allow developer Green Indy LLC to build a revised version of the so-called Alexander at the Crossing project that was initially denied by the Metropolitan Development Commission last year.
Dissenters have raised concerns about property values in nearby upscale neighborhoods being hurt by additional traffic and calls to prayer disturbing the peace.
More than 100 people gathered Tuesday to plan how to oppose the project, which calls for nine buildings, two helipads and four parking garages.
Neighbors contacted about selling their homes to make way for the development say St. Vincent Health is behind it. But a St. Vincent spokeswoman said the organization does not have “details to share” at this time.
City officials say the new regulations would allow adult businesses in about 4 percent of Bloomington.