The YIMBY movement is officially in Indianapolis.
Author: Jeffery Tompkins
New 23-story Tower Proposed for Downtown
IBJ – Mickey Shuey “A pair of Chicago-based developers are planning to build a 23-story apartment tower in downtown Indianapolis. … More
At Last, the Cultural Trail Expands!
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is expanding – and increasing Indianapolis’ stature as the pacemaker for protected cycle-tracks in the U.S.
The Future Skyline of Indianapolis
Indianapolis will soon offer a thicker skyline.
What Do The Children Want? TOD, Probably
Surface parking along the Red Line?
Plan to Spend Time in New PlanIndy Site
Takeaways from the transportation layers on the new PlanIndy site
More Renderings of Canal Hotel Project
Yet another downtown hotel project.
5 Possible Locations for a Downtown Indy Target
A downtown Indianapolis Target seems inevitable. Where will it go?
Photo Update of Downtown Developments
A recent look at developments under construction.
What Does a Scooter Lane Look Like?
Midspeed, multi-modal lanes can be a solution.
8 Projects That Will Transform Indianapolis
As home of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” and the “Crossroads of America”, Indianapolis is reinventing itself in the 21st … More
Back in the Lime-light: Return of Scooters Is a Coup for City
The city and the scooters have reached a tentative deal. What’s next?
On Mass Ave’s Future: a post by Gary Reiter, President of IndyFringe Board
*The following was left as a comment on our previous story on Mass Ave’s future and I thought it poignant … More
Mass Ave and the Failure of Success
Diversity is important – especially for businesses.
City Leaders Shouldn’t Kneel For Anthem
A week or two back, there was a bit of fervor on SkyscraperCity’s Indianapolis Development sub-forum (a great arena for … More
A Positive Redlining
Contrary to historic Redlining, which was horrible, Indianapolis begins a new chapter this upcoming week with its own Red Line. … More
Pacers Bikeshare Expansion
Yesterday, Indianapolis leaders announced an expansion of the popular Pacers bikeshare system. Planned to double both the number of bikes … More
16th Street Momentum Continues
Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) has received five bids for its 4.5-acre property on East 16th Street. All proposals include a … More
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Pulliam Square Phase II Update
According to IBJ’s Scott Olsen, an updated proposal for Pulliam Square’s second phase should be filed by March. As for … More
The Wilshaw | Main and 16th | Mixed-use, hotel
Set to transform downtown Speedway, Wilshaw is a mixed-use development anchored by an unannounced hotel. The proposal calls for 10 condos, … More
16th and New Jersey | Mixed-use
A preliminary look at an infill project proposed for 16th and New Jersey. In a couple weeks, indYIMBY will … More
Pulliam Square phase II update
Photos courtesy of indYIMBY contributor Tucker @Tucker2492
Mass Ave, continued
The Mass Ave series continues today with insight on the blocks between East and College -one of the most walkable … More
Mass Ave: the key block
Block of Mass between Michigan and North: Today’s post (the third post in the Mass Ave rejuvenation series) focuses on a block many see as … More