Posted by Kevin Kastner in Neighborhoods
on Nov 25th, 2014 | 12 comments
The Local Initiative Support Corporation is undergoing a campaign to target neighborhood nodes for redevelopment purposes. The initial launch is known as Great Places 2020, and includes 3 corners: 38th at Illinois, Michigan at King, and Washington at Oxford. I contacted Laura Granieri from Midtown to learn more about 38th and Illinois to see what we can expect within the next 6 years. Listed below are the main highlights that are known at this time:
Urban Indy has known about the potential for investment in Tarkington Park for several years now, but at Ms. Granieri mentioned, funding...
Posted by Kevin Kastner in Neighborhoods, New Development
on Nov 13th, 2014 | 19 comments
A significant new student housing proposal has been filed with the Department of Metropolitan Development. This will be located at Michigan and Capitol, and the lot is currently almost all surface parking. This will help in bridging the gap between downtown and IUPUI.
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Posted by Kevin Kastner in Bicycling
on Nov 5th, 2014 | 0 comments
Please join Nathan Smurdon from Active Indy Tours this Saturday morning at the City Market for a bicycle ride to benefit Second Helpings. More information and registration can be found via this link, and an interview of Nathan promoting the event is posted on WISH-TV.com. Urban Indy is proud to sponsor this event.
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Posted by Kevin Kastner in New Development, Pedestrian, Transit
on Nov 3rd, 2014 | 3 comments
This is a follow up to Thursday’s post on IndyGo’s proposed route changes. I believe these images contain all of the rest of the changes, although I could be missing something. Apologies for the poor photos, the lighting in The Hall is challenging.
Here’s a brief summary of some of the major changes shown above:
St. Vincent will go past Butler’s Campus.
Shelby will travel down Virginia.
Route 5 is split in half and the western portion becomes route 6.
Route 8 stays on Washington Street downtown instead of heading north to Ohio.
The Red Line circulator has been...