Irvington Plaza is Irvington’s Louisiana Purchase. It’s huge, untapped, everyone wants it for something else, and I’m not sure we have the legal authority to do so without a serious ethical question.
I saw a sign this morning that read “Students for Affordable Housing”. It was placed near an apartment tower with the word “Luxury” right in the name, so I assume it was a subtle protest.
There’s a reason the Pennsy Trail isn’t a thing yet, and the City’s running out of time before the money to build it expires. The problem is what gives capitalism a bad name.
Dumping people at a dead end with a sign that says “LOL” is about the biggest F-U I can think of from most construction projects in town. Right after they walk away with a multi-million dollar tax abatement.
Today in some of the stupidest things I’ve read in a while: buses will make us all burn alive in our homes and offices. From a FOX 59 story on the Red Line: “John Kniesly restated his ongoing request that IndyGo release the plan it has been developing with IMPD, IFD and IEMS for more […]
Every time I go knocking on doors I’m surprised at how many never get answered despite people obviously being home. They may have good reasons for it — like fear of me being an attacker. But that’s no way to live, either.
There’s nothing anyone can do this year or next about the condition of your roads. Sure, we might scrape together a few million here or there to patch a few spots here and there. That’s fine. But the sort of wholesale “let’s just fix everything” approach many people expect is not going to happen soon.
I’d rather have enough space to walk twice as far and have to step over to the side to accommodate strollers and wheelchairs than having no space at all.
The Indy Eleven have proposed a new stadium for $550 million. For comparison, Lucas Oil Stadium cost about $750 million. Mickey Shuey at the IBJ has more: Developer-backed bonds would be issued to pay for the stadium, which is estimated to cost $150 million. Tax overlays on revenue generated by the rest of the development, […]
If you squint, yeah, I guess it’s a new company. About like if your neighbor got married and their spouse moved in with them. It’s not the same old person, it’s a whole new couple!