Thursday, February 22, 2018

Chosen buyer for IPS property plans 268-apartment mixed-use project

TWG Development LLC has beaten out four other bidders to buy and redevelop the site on East 16th Street, which is in the midst of a residential and commercial renaissance.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

With Angie's List departing, owner of Landmark Center ups ante to snag tenants

The home services firm will leave vacant four floors in the downtown tower, where owner Fairbridge has invested about $1 million in upgrades in hopes of landing new tenants.

Friday, February 9, 2018

Retail roundup: Fresh locales in Castleton for Sapporo, Gander Outdoors, Club Champion

Gander Mountain has morphed into Gander Outdoors under a new owner, with a grand opening for its 86th Street store on Saturday. Recent Indy-area exits include two Broad Ripple eateries and a Cancun Mexican Restaurant location.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Developer of former GM stamping plant site seeking $27M in infrastructure aid from city

The planned street, bridge and sewer upgrades for the first phase of the 103-acre redevelopment—considered a prime option for Amazon's HQ2 project—would be covered by a combination of city funds and tax-increment financing.

Friday, February 2, 2018

Cushman breaks from tradition by changing popular State of Real Estate event

The 35-year-old annual outlook, held in recent years at Old National Centre, this year will be conducted online instead, in what the firm says is an attempt to reach more people.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

High-end row house project under way in Herron-Morton neighborhood

Litz & Eaton have started building 13 row homes, topping out at $800,000 each, in an area where pricey custom jobs are popping up with more frequency.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Bids for East 16th Street site propose range of residential options

Five bidders have different visions for how to develop the site that Indianapolis Public Schools wants to sell along the suddenly hot corridor.