Architecture & Design - Indianapolis

  • Starwood to Open Landmark Canterbury Hotel Downtown as Le Méridien Indianapolis

    Starwood Hotels & Resorts has announced that the iconic Canterbury Hotel in the heart of downtown Indianapolis will reopen under the company’s luxurious Le Meridien brand in November.

    17 January 2014 22:57
  • Milhaus Plans Second Phase of Artistry Apartment Development in Downtown Indianapolis

    Milhaus Development is seeking city approval to begin construction on the second phase of its Artistry apartment project in downtown Indianapolis.

    26 November 2013 22:37
  • Pangea Achieves 90% Occupancy in Record Time for Two Turn Around Properties

    Pangea Properties, a private real estate investment trust based in Chicago, has announced that, after having made significant property improvements, it has achieved 90 percent occupancy for two of its recently acquired Indianapolis communities. The company purchased both 109-unit Pangea Courts and 120-unit Pangea Riverside in 2012.

    09 November 2013 01:53
  • Deylen Realty to Develop $10M Apartment Community on Virginia Avenue in Indianapolis

    Local developer Deylen Realty is planning the construction of a new apartment complex in the city’s Fountain Square neighborhood southeast of downtown. According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, the $10 million project at 501 Virginia Avenue will replace a warehouse with 68 market-rate apartments, 9,900 square feet of retail space and a 104-space parking garage with 76 underground spaces. The facility is currently occupied by Impact Group Inc.

    11 October 2013 22:33
  • RockBridge Capital to Renovate Iconic Canterbury Hotel in Indianapolis for $9.5M

    Columbus, Ohio-based RockBridge Capital LLC is planning to close the historic 99-room Canterbury Hotel in downtown Indianapolis for a nine-month renovation and reopen the property under Starwood’s luxurious Le Meridien brand.

    07 October 2013 21:13
  • Developers Plan $10.7M Affordable Senior Housing Project in Indianapolis

    Local low-income housing developer BWI Development & Management Inc. has partnered with the not-for-profit Local Initiatives Support Corporation to develop an affordable housing project for seniors in Indianapolis.

    27 September 2013 21:56
  • Milhaus Breaks Ground on $26M Redevelopment in Historic District

    Construction on the $26 million Circa Apartments at the former Mitchell & Scott industrial site in downtown Indianapolis is currently under way.

    07 August 2013 22:03
  • Milhaus Redevelops Former Bank One Center into Apt., Office Space

    Milhaus Development is currently redeveloping the former Bank One Operations Center in downtown Indianapolis into a five-story mixed-use structure with 258 apartments and up to 68,000 square feet of commercial space. Inside Indiana Business reports that the estimated price tag of the reconversion plan is around $30 million. Located at 451 East Market Street, the "Artistry" project is centered on the arts theme, reflecting the neighborhood’s history of craft and skill. Marketing and experience-design firm Q7 Associates will brand and market the residences, while the Gene B. Glick Company will provide property management services.

    22 February 2013 22:23
  • General Hotels Plans $8M Renovation for Downtown Crowne Plaza

    General Hotels Corp. is planning a major renovation of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. According to Inside Indiana Business, the $8 million project will include extensive upgrades to the hotel’s 273 guest rooms, as well as improvements to the meeting space and food and beverage areas. In order to ensure minimal impact to hotel guests, the renovation will be conducted in phases. It is scheduled to begin during the first quarter of 2013 and be completed by October. “The hotel’s historical, architectural charm and proximity to downtown’s entertainment districts, sporting venues and attractions, combined with newly renovated state-of-the art comfort will offer planners and visitors an exclusive meeting / lodging experience distinctly set apart from other area hotels,” said Jim Dora, Jr., General Hotels Corp. president and CEO.

    26 November 2012 22:50
  • Thompson Thrift to Break Ground on Fishers Marketplace Mixed-Use Redevelopment

    Terre Haute-based Thompson Thrift is set to break ground on the mixed-use Fishers Marketplace redevelopment at State Road 37 and 131st Street. The first phase of the project will include a luxury apartment complex and a retail center, the Indianapolis Business Journal reports. Construction of the Addison Landing at Fishers Marketplace, a 294-unit high-end apartment complex, is scheduled to begin before the end of the year. The $25 million project will include one- to three-bedroom apartments and will be developed on 17 acres of land owned by locally based Rookwood Builders. New York-based Create Architecture Planning & Design will give the structure a distinct, upscale look, Ashlee Boyd, senior vice president at Thompson Thrift, told the newspaper. The project should be completed by the end of 2013.

    29 September 2012 00:05
  • City Approves Pedestrian Skywalk for Downtown Parking Garage

    by Adriana Pop, Associate Editor The Metropolitan Development Commission has approved Flaherty & Collins Properties’ request to add two upper-level pedestrian connectors to the five-story parking garage planned for downtown Indianapolis. According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, one of the bridges would lead to West New York Street to the south of the garage, connecting [...]

    17 August 2012 22:03