John Hall knows he’s in for a challenge reforming the Indianapolis Housing Agency. In fact, that’s what drew him to the city.
A local developer with plans to build two new hotels on downtown’s Pan Am Plaza has acquired a piece of real estate vital to moving the project forward.
Eleven Fifty Academy has recently ramped up efforts to put students through its coding boot camps, with about 150 students graduating in the last six months
Since moving to the Garfield Park area three years ago, Big Car Collaborative has been working on ambitious plans to revitalize the neighborhood
The vacant downtown building at 660 Fort Wayne Ave. where White Castle began serving Hoosiers its signature sliders back in 1927 has a new lease on life.
A former bank building along Southeastern Avenue soon could be home to several law offices and other professional practices hoping to stake out space near the city’s $572 million Criminal Justice Center.
You won’t find exotic offerings on the menu at a Sahm’s Restaurant Group eatery — nor will you find the restaurants themselves in foodie hot spots like Mass Ave or Fountain Square.
Carrie Griffith thought there would be a demand for her app, Little Nugget, when she developed it in the summer of 2015 — during her first child’s nap time.
Three more suburban communities are seeking to impose a food and beverage tax to help fund infrastructure, public safety and quality-of-life improvements.
Some of the biggest hotel operators in Indianapolis are opposing legislation that would pave the way for development of 1,400 Hilton-branded rooms downtown.