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The new space at 1011 Mass Ave. will be the second building to open at the Circle City Industrial Complex.
The $110 million multi-purpose IU athletics center is expected to boost sports and serve both the university and the community.
Simon Property Group is giving us a look at what to expect with its new redevelopment project that will bring new dining, retail, office, and outdoor space to the shopping center.
The center’s expansion, slated to complete in 2026, has already been generating a lot of buzz around Indy. Here are the latest updates.
Community Health Network is planning to establish itself in the fastest growing county in Indiana.
The goal is to attract USA Rugby and for Indianapolis to be considered for hosting duties during the 2031 Men’s Rugby World Cup + the 2033 Women’s Rugby World Cup, which are being held in the United States for the first time.
Another new hotel development is reportedly in the works for downtown Indianapolis — this one will be across from Gainbridge Fieldhouse.
Major development projects across the city are making progress, with many wrapping up this spring. Here’s what to expect.
A historic church in Fletcher Place will be revived as a new place for the community to gather — and a couple of neighbors are behind the vision.
We’re sharing some of the biggest road projects to pay attention to while you’re commuting around the Circle City.
Initial plans, which included Lafayette Square Mall in the “Window to the World” redevelopment plan, have shifted to transform the former mall into a reimagined multi-million dollar destination called “The Square.”
There are a lot of big development project that will either be starting, in progress, or finishing in 2024.
Develop Indy, the city, and the Indianapolis Airport Authority have released a plan to revitalize more than 800 acres on the west side in what it calls “big moves” for the corridor and its community.
The City of Carmel announced last week it will spend $13 million to makeover the Monon between Midtown and Downtown Carmel.
You told us which empty buildings could be converted into affordable housing.
While Indy’s most recognizable mall has seen better days since opening in 1995, an exciting redevelopment that promises to revitalize the area is just around the corner.
One group is seeing the future of Indianapolis’ interstates in a whole new way, with released redesign renderings that show a recessed interstate.
Is your neighborhood plagued by potholes, decaying sidewalks, or faulty streetlights? There’s a way to fix that.
We’re giving you a summary of some of the biggest things the Indianapolis City-County Council approved for our city recently.
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
We’re breaking down some of the top city news today, so you can stay informed.
The city has been working to redevelop the Central State Campus for years, and we’re finally seeing plans proposed and dirt being moved — so we’re breaking down everything planned for the area.
The city, Indy Parks, and the community celebrated the next phase of a 20-year master plan to transform Riverside Park completed.
The Lodge at Potato Creek will be about a 25 minute drive southwest of the city of South Bend + join the growing list of Indiana State Parks Inns.
Currently best known as the home of North Mass Boulder, the area is set to construct new apartments, office spaces, and a restaurant.
In late September, Sojos Capital also broke ground on an International District Community Center near Lafayette Square Mall.
Talks about converting part of the City-County Building into apartments or other uses have been halted — for now.
The new golf center will include an Indiana Golf Hall of Fame, a new indoor golf academy, and a short game practice facility.
The Old City Hall will be home to 21c Museum Hotel public art gallery + the new 32-story tower will be built as an extension of the hotel, plus additional house and mixed-use space.
The new plaza + gathering space adjacent to Gainbridge Fieldhouse is getting ready to cut the ribbon and officially open to the public with several events to celebrate.
The 143,500-sqft center expansion + construction of a new 800-room hotel, as part of a strategic plan for downtown growth, is officially underway.
Good news for Indianapolis.
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