Historic Indy Building Restored
An Indianapolis building once part of Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered list has received new life. The nearly 120-year-old South Side Turnverein was originally built as a German social club and gymnasium and has been repurposed as the headquarters for Indy-based Point Comfort Underwriters.
Massive Project to Include Soccer Stadium in Indy
An Indianapolis-based real estate development, construction and investment firm has unveiled plans for a massive mixed-use development project that would include a 20,000-seat soccer stadium. Keystone Group says the multi-million-dollar Eleven Park would serve as the home for the Indy Eleven soccer team and feature 150,000 square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of retail space, 600 apartment units and a 200-room boutique hotel. Ersal Ozdemir, chief executive officer of…
NIPSCO Looks to Ride Energy ‘Revolution’
The president of Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) says she is seeing a "real revolution" in the energy industry, and wants to make sure the utility is part of the movement. Violet Sistovaris says that’s much of the motivation behind the utility’s "Your Energy, Your Future" effort. The goal is simple, but ambitious: cut coal dependency, which is currently about 65 percent, down to essentially zero over the next 10 years.
Jobs Announcement Set For Vigo County
Governor Eric Holcomb will Friday join local officials to celebrate plans by Germany-based Saturn Petcare to establish its first U.S. facility in Vigo County. The event in Terre Haute will also include details about new jobs expected to be created by the pet food manufacturer.
Fishers Tech Company Celebrates 20 Years
A technology company that started in a San Francisco apartment with a server that doubled as a coffee table is celebrating 20 years in business. Fishers-based Six Feet Up Inc. is a Python software and cloud consulting company whose clients today include NASA, Bank of America and high-profile universities such as the University of Notre Dame and UCLA. The company moved to Indiana in 2003 and last year opened up a new office in the Fishers Technology Park.