Banks aren’t usually among a community’s fastest-growing businesses. But most banks are vastly different from Carmel’s Merchants Bancorp.
Westfield residents want to keep the city’s only public golf course open, but so far, any project that could do so hasn’t been able to tee off.
Downtown Indianapolis in the coming years is set to add a whopping 300,000 square feet of retail space attached to big mixed-use projects such as Bottleworks on Mass Ave and the second phase of CityWay.
The city of Westfield is moving forward with a proposal from the mayor’s nephew to construct a baseball training facility at Grand Park Sports Campus — and another local baseball training center is crying foul.
When downtown’s upscale Cerulean stops serving on Dec. 31, it will mark the end of a brutal year for the local restaurant industry marked by an unusually high number of closings.
Three residential projects planned south of bustling Massachusetts Avenue could bring about $25 million of new investment and even more density to the growing area.
It could be a conjurer’s trick: turning warm gas into chilly liquid.
There’s a trend in the practice of law that is troubling to American Bar Association President Hilarie Bass: by the time attorneys reach the age of 50, only about a quarter of them are women.
A historic downtown apartment building that underwent a $5.7 million renovation is beginning to attract tenants again after the new owner tore the interior down to its studs.
David Andrichik, owner of the Chatterbox Jazz Club, began his professional life as an architect. He never thought he’d own a bar, let alone a jazz club. And certainly not one that’s become an icon of the Mass Ave neighborhood and instrumental in helping the area morph from rundown into a top-drawer cultural district.