Bruce Bordelon, professor of viticulture at Purdue University, is fretting about the weather. The state is getting way too much rain, which plays havoc with maturing grapes. Excess moisture can cause them to burst, and encourages mold and other harvest-damaging ailments.
Bridging the digital divide between rural and urban communities is a massive project that will take years to complete, but a first-of-its-kind $100 million state grant program is expected to be a significant start.
Developers of the $50 million Penrose on Mass say they’ve already signed four commercial tenants to the block-long mixed-use project that won’t open for another five months.
A Plainfield-based apartment developer plans to carve out a 6.5-acre site in a residential block on East 75th Street to build a $19 million, 132-unit complex for seniors.
Decades ago, J. Scott Keller was a pioneer of the downtown residential real estate scene, rehabilitating and renovating hundreds of historic homes and apartment units.
$24M project aims to lift downtown without losing charm
A consequential Indiana Court of Appeals ruling on an issue of first impression last month marked one of the first times state courts have been asked to reconcile civil rights with advancing technology.
The office-supplies field is not what most would consider a sexy industry, and with annual growth hovering around 2.5 percent, it’s not a particularly fast-growing one, either.
Homeowner groups step in because cities can’t
Despite the yellow warning flags flying all around NASCAR, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has its foot on the gas as it prepares for the Brickyard 400 on Sept. 9.