Noble Roman’s Inc. seems to have nine lives. It’s had so many ideas for growth that didn’t pan out over the years that its latest venture — a return to stand-alone pizza pubs — naturally is going to draw out skeptics.
It’s not uncommon for athletes, entertainers and others who might quickly amass tens of millions of dollars in their 20s and 30s to invest in restaurants and real estate. Former Indiana Pacers big man Antonio Davis was among that crowd, mostly investing in properties when he retired from the NBA in 2006.
John Wechsler doesn’t like to keep the same job for long.
His resume is cluttered with short stints leading startups. And for the past 20 years, he has followed his passion quickly from one job to the next.
Barring any last-minute hassles, this holiday season promises to deliver a much-desired gift to the folks at Flaherty & Collins. The company is developing 360 Market Square, the 27-story mixed-use residential apartment tower that’s been slowly rising from the old Market Square Arena site since 2015.
The Finish Line Inc. is highly vulnerable to being acquired, retail analysts say, thanks to a succession of challenges hitting it all at once.
Sometimes a small loan can have a big impact.
An Oklahoma City real estate firm is poised to enter the Indianapolis market by purchasing one of downtown’s tallest towers.
For years, the north side of 116th Street in Fishers has seen all the action.
A tight job market can be tough for any employer, but especially for organizations that have limited resources and a budget at the mercy of donations and grants.
The residential redevelopment of the sprawling Simon estate on Ditch Road known as Asherwood that local homebuilder Paul Estridge Jr. announced late last year might not happen after all.