For the first time in their lives, Joe Delamater and his wife Kiamesha Colom are grieving the loss of someone who is still alive.
Clarence Jones works at Eli Lilly and Co.’s sprawling Technology Center downtown as a janitor.
Creating more dining options for residents and visitors might have been the impetus behind a 17-acre culinary district under construction in Fishers, but the developer says the retail and residential aspects of the project are equally important to its success.
An Indianapolis-based real estate firm that specializes in upgrading apartments has received an assist from the city worth $19 million for rehabilitating a south-side complex for use by low- and moderate-income renters.
Website update doesn’t just look better, it should help residents avoid trips downtown
Redevelopment projects are dramatically reshaping several blocks along the Monon Trail in Carmel — and an end to construction isn’t in sight.
For some, making the trip downtown was too difficult, and for others, the idea of going to a law office was too intimidating.
Every year like clockwork, when the leaves change and the temperature drops, thousands of Indiana residents flee the bitter Hoosier winter in favor of a warmer southern climate.
Outdoor fireplaces, flex space, technology are hot trends in new homes
Indianapolis officials are deploying a rarely used tool to try to spur economic development in three areas of the city that have signs of potential but need a push in the right direction.