Some Indianapolis developers that thrive on converting old commercial buildings into new uses see fewer opportunities in central Indiana for such projects in the years ahead, as a spate of high-profile ongoing developments advance toward completion.
Five years ago, Indianapolis-based Royal Pin Leisure Centers Inc.
Indianapolis-based beverage maker Circle Kombucha wants to sell its signature product
When the federal district court in Washington, D.C., ruled in a dispute over the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA)
When David Lothamer immigrated to the United States from Venezuela seven years ago, he had no idea how to start a career in a new country. He held an accounting degree from back home, but his job prospects seemed dim.
The Boston-based firm behind a proposed $66 million apartment project on Pennsylvania Street downtown plans to ask city officials for nearly $10 million in financing aid for the mixed-use development.
As Indiana nears the end of the electronic filing rollout, attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants have largely fallen into a comfortable rhythm
The days of a dark, smoky factory filled with men pushing buttons to keep the machines running are long gone.
A convention thought to be the first of its kind — Made in America 2019 — will take over nearly half the Indiana Convention Center for four days this fall, with a singular focus on promoting products manufactured in the United States.
Some Fishers residents look at the Nickel Plate District — which has been transformed over the past five years, with more redevelopment planned — and wonder when other areas of the city will see the same treatment.