Indianapolis Real Estate and Business News
Real Estate and Business News for Indianapolis ~ Nov. 18–23. 2007
The Legends District SoDo – While the South side of Downtown Indianapolis is ripe for a facelift and expansion of the city, will the incentives be too costly to carry through with the project known as The Legends District SoDo? Read More I personally love the project idea, while I do have to admit, I am not sure how many more condos the city needs. There are currently 371 condos available in Center Township.
More on Property Taxes:
Property Taxes will be a continuing issue during this years Legislative Session. Hearings on Gov. Daniels property tax reform plan will begin in
December. Read More Meanwhile, Senate Bill 21 is being introduced as an alternative to the property tax rebate. The bill offers a credit instead of the widely criticized rebate. Read More
Active Adult and Senior Housing:
Noblesville continues single family home expansion as the Plan Commission approved a proposal for residential development focused on the housing needs of empty nesters, or Active Adults. Read More The Bradford Group is seeking zoning from Hancock County for a retirement community on the eastside of McCordsville. The project, known as Copper Leaf, would be an all inclusive retirement community designed for the Active Adult lifestyle with a 9 hole golf course, shopping and dining. Copper Leaf will also offer assisted living facilities and Hospice care. I love the concept of people being allowed to “age in place”, as the president of The Bradford Group so eloquently states it. As our population ages, communities like Copper Leaf will be highly sought after. Read More ________________________________________________________________
Investing in Indianapolis
Is Indianapolis a good city to invest in? Blue Real Estate, a Beverly Hills, California based investment company believes so. In the last year they have purchased about 1.7 million square feet of property in Indianapolis worth $110 million. Find Out Why The housing rental market is also on the upswing. Due in part to the rise in foreclosures and the tightening of lending standards, more people are renting instead of buying. Read More Here This is a great article with a positive outlook for the future economic condition of the Indianapolis real estate market. ________________________________________________________________
This is not intended to be a complete update of business or real estate news in Indianapolis.