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Downtown Dazzle Urban Homes Tour This Saturday

By Kevin Collison The Downtown Dazzle Urban Homes Tour returns Saturday and this year current and prospective downtown residents should find a robust, competitive market. "Right...

New Playground Opens at West Terrace Park

By Kevin Collison Downtown boosters like to say it's becoming a place where people can live, work and play, and last week a couple hundred...

West Bottoms Flats Opens, Expansion Already in Works

By Kevin Collison The pioneering 265-unit West Bottoms Flats project is now leasing and its Cleveland developer is so confident about her historic warehouse redevelopment...

Another Big Apartment Deal Proposed Near City Market

By Kevin Collison A 189-unit apartment project that would replace two public parking lots and span Main Street south of the City Market has been...

West Bottoms Prison Becoming Probation Transition Center

By Kevin Collison A minimum security state prison in the West Bottoms will become a probation and parole transition center early next year and state...

Downtown Living Gets High Marks from People in Survey, Less So Dogs

(Editor's Note: This article originally was published May 7, 2021) By Kevin Collison It still may be a challenging place to shop or bike ride, but...

Church of Scientology Expected to Begin Renovation of Historic Downtown Building for New Home...

By Kevin Collison Ten years after purchasing the historic City Bank Building at 1801 Grand Blvd., the Church of Scientology is expected to begin renovation...

Major Residential Project Likely for Two-Block East Crossroads Site

By Kevin Collison The laid-back East Crossroads district is about to become much livelier with the pending purchase of two blocks by an Indianapolis developer...

Looking Up in the Crossroads, a Dramatic 14-Story Apartment Proposal

By Kevin Collison Copaken Brooks is proposing a 14-story apartment tower at 18th and Walnut, a striking addition to the skyline that would replace a...

Super-Green Apartments ‘Leaping Out of Ground’ in River Market

By Kevin Collison Work has resumed on the 276-unit Second and Delaware apartment development after a lengthy shutdown, its energy-efficient, concrete walls rapidly rising beneath...