IBJ Media — publisher of the Indiana Lawyer, the Indianapolis Business Journal and Court and Commercial Record — is moving to Monument Circle. The move is scheduled to take place in March 2019.
A north-side Indianapolis neighborhood association is suing the city over a zoning decision reversal that allows a controversial mixed-use project near Keystone at the Crossing to be built. Some members of the nearby Driftwood Hills neighborhood fiercely oppose the development plans.
Ensuring the $572 million criminal justice center connects with the surrounding Twin Aire neighborhood and doesn’t sit isolated presents a big challenge for planners of the project and community leaders.
The city of Indianapolis has taken a major step toward building the $572 million criminal justice center in the Twin-Aire neighborhood where the Citizens Energy coke plant once stood.
An Indianapolis judge granted Simon Property Group Inc. a significant victory in its bid to stop Starbucks Corp. from closing 77 Teavana stores in Simon malls across the country.
Convicted fraudster Tim Durham again is trying to get his 50-year prison sentence dismissed, this time claiming his lawyer shoddily defended him.
Failed retailer HHGregg Inc., which racked up more than $2 billion in annual revenue prior to landing in bankruptcy this March, has sold its name and other intellectual property rights for a mere $400,000.
Milhaus Development LLC has won a major victory in its quest to build a $23 million apartment and retail project along North College Avenue in the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood.
The two Ohio-based grocery chains that agreed to purchase 26 stores from Marsh Supermarkets have reached a settlement with pharmacy giant CVS Health, getting them a step closer to finalizing the transaction totaling $24 million.
The Salvation Army is suing the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, claiming its neighbor’s $35 million outdoor expansion project intrudes on its easements and restricts its access to Illinois Street.
The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library is asking a judge to rule quickly on the legal dispute over its failed move to Massachusetts Avenue in Indianapolis, fearing the not-for-profit could run out of money before the case is resolved.
An affiliate of Indiana landscaping firm Mainscape Inc. has been hit with a foreclosure lawsuit claiming it owes more than $6 million on a building it owns in Indianapolis.
Neighbors of the site where a local developer plans to build a $23 million apartment and retail project along North College Avenue are seeking to stop the controversial project by taking legal action.
A Florida artist again is suing the Indianapolis-based Wine & Canvas chain, claiming its owners infringed upon the copyrights of her paintings by using them at the chain's painting parties without her permission.
Three former drivers for Celadon Group are suing the Indianapolis-based trucking company, claiming it violated state and federal laws by hiring them as independent contractors and unlawfully withholding portions of their wages.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a federal judge’s ruling granting a motion to dismiss some charges and grant summary judgment on others to the United States Department of Transportation after a group opposing I-69 construction in southern Indiana, Citizens for Appropriate Rural Roads, filed a lawsuit.