Real Estate

Multiple projects are planned for the near north side to provide affordable housing and address health care needs.
This unique venue will include a chef-driver restaurant and sports bar that also boasts pickleball courts and a variety of yard games.
Support the community and grow the garden of your dreams with the help of Indy Urban Acres’ Plant Sale.
Gainbridge Fieldhouse is getting a new neighbor, and you’re probably already familiar with them.
What’s all that construction in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood?
The owner of South Bend Chocolate Co. has something big in store for St. Joseph County.
If you had the power to instantly complete a local development project, these are the ones you’d finish in the blink of an eye.
Yes, we’re getting a new stadium downtown, but what else is in store for the project?
We’re getting a better look at the major development to take place in the heart of downtown.
This will be Tinker Coffee’s fourth location.
Spoiler alert: many of you are big fans of Trader Joe’s and VASA Fitness.
As Indy continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
There’s finally a clear future for the infamous Kessler Mansion.
Keep up with Indy’s ever-changing landscape.
Real estate experts explain what Indy home buyers should know and predict whether we’ll see prices continue to rise in 2023.
Toys can be tricky gifts, but the Children’s Museum has taken the guess-work out of which toys your loved ones will enjoy.
In search of a network to share your food recs with or need to find a new mountain bike? Keep reading.
The zoo will look pretty different over the next few years.
A new (and surprising) business is on its way to Indy’s near south side.
A beach destination is in the cards for Fishers.
The city’s near east side is expected to look very different within the next 10 years.
The west side staple will have a new family center complete with an indoor swimming pool, fitness room + splash pad.
Circle City Village is a community offering housing to those experiencing homelessness.
Explore the future of sustainable energy in central Indiana.
The brand new space is just north of downtown.
Ever wondered what kind of hardwood floors that house down the street has?
Damien Center has doubled in size in recent years + it’s in need of some new digs.
INHP is a local resource to learn about where to start in the process.
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