Providing internet access could be key to neighborhoods
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is expanding – and increasing Indianapolis’ stature as the pacemaker for protected cycle-tracks in the U.S.
Indianapolis will soon offer a thicker skyline.
Takeaways from the transportation layers on the new PlanIndy site
*The following was left as a comment on our previous story on Mass Ave’s future and I thought it poignant … More
Diversity is important – especially for businesses.
A week or two back, there was a bit of fervor on SkyscraperCity’s Indianapolis Development sub-forum (a great arena for … More
Contrary to historic Redlining, which was horrible, Indianapolis begins a new chapter this upcoming week with its own Red Line. … More
(Scott Manning is INDOT’s Communications director.) …And suddenly, the state department charged with transportation is ensnarled in debates over safety. … More
We were waiting to see how the fight for this project turned out before writing anything about it, but, due to … More
Set to transform downtown Speedway, Wilshaw is a mixed-use development anchored by an unannounced hotel. The proposal calls for 10 condos, … More
A preliminary look at an infill project proposed for 16th and New Jersey. In a couple weeks, indYIMBY will … More
Photos courtesy of indYIMBY contributor Tucker @Tucker2492
The Mass Ave series continues today with insight on the blocks between East and College -one of the most walkable … More
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
Out of superlatives for this one…although we posted a link to it a couple days ago, it felt worthy of … More
Davlan Park – Located in Davlan Park, The Art Bäks is a pop-up art gallery inside a shipping container. The grand opening was … More
*This post is first in a series on development progress of the Indianapolis neighborhood.* Block-By-Block Development Analysis Massachusetts between New … More