Red Line Construction Update

July 15, 2019 0

Construction of the Red Line continues, and in mid-July final lane configurations are being placed on College Avenue and Meridian Street. This includes complete new pavement markings and installation of the mountable median. Left-turn restrictions […more…]

Bob Behning: ‘Dollar Law’ Changemaker

July 1, 2019 0

by Thomas P. Healy Indiana Rep. Bob Behning (R-91), a long-time advocate of education reform, authored House Enrolled Act 1641, which modified the state’s “Dollar Law.” Behning took time during a trip to China with […more…]

Tarkington Park Café Opens

June 25, 2019 0

Three years after completion of the café building as part of Phase I improvements to Tarkington Park, Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station has assumed management of the space for the year. BRICS co-owner Kirstie Hayward […more…]

Fire Station 16 Update

April 29, 2019 0

After receiving the necessary administrative approvals, Third Street Ventures (TSV) can move ahead with plans to redevelop the former fire station located at 5555 N. Illinois St. On March 18, the City-County Council affirmed a […more…]

Raphael Health Center Expands Footprint and Services

April 23, 2019 0

A 6,800-square-foot addition to the federally qualified Raphael Health Center enables the community-based nonprofit organization to broaden its comprehensive health care services to persons of all ages, regardless of their health insurance status or ability […more…]

Midtown’s Latest Transit-Oriented Developments

March 25, 2019 0

Ongoing transit system improvements by IndyGo have spurred redevelopment of parcels in Midtown that are positioned to take advantage of walkable proximity to the Red Line. Called Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), such projects help foster dense, […more…]

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