As library patrons shift their reading habits online, libraries and publishers are clashing over library access to e-books — and library wait-list times are soaring as a result.
The Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission on Dec. 4 voted to approve changes to the design and construction timeline for a downtown condominium project planned along South Meridian Street.
Two community-based organizations focused on improving Indianapolis neighborhoods will merge next month and take their combined work countywide.
The lion’s share of Fishers’ high-intensity development over the past five years has taken place where East 116th Street meets Interstate 69, but a mounting wave of projects is coming together just to the south.
Founded in 1996, Booking.com now describes itself as one of the world’s leading digital travel companies.
Construction in Broad Ripple is slowing amid rising building costs and a scarcity of available land.
Indianapolis food-delivery company ClusterTruck is teaming with Cincinnati-based Kroger on a partnership that will give the grocery giant an entry into the fast-growing meal delivery market, the companies announced Monday.
The state’s construction sector is sizzling hot — adding nearly 10,000 jobs over the past year.
The proposed sale of Lafayette Square Mall presents a bevy of redevelopment opportunities for a major west-side tract.
When lawmakers created a certified technology park program in 2002, they were aiming to attract technology-based startups and high-wage jobs to Indiana, while fostering innovation through partnerships among companies and researchers.