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Mall Owners Look to Shuttered Department Stores as Big Opportunities
Posted on: Nov 7, 2017

As the year comes to a close and the holidays approach, mall owners are talking redevelopments, and particularly those of vacated Sears stores.

The timely discussion has been a reoccurring theme on many third-quarter retail real estate investment trust, or REIT, conference calls. Analysts and investors want to know: "What are you going to do with that big box?"

Indy Rezone- Changes are Coming
Posted on: Nov 3, 2017

Since April 1, 2016, the real estate development community in Indianapolis has been working with the new zoning ordinances which were adopted at the conclusion of the Indy Rezone process.  As is the case with any approximately 700 page revision in the law, multiple errors and practical problems have already been found.

2017 Zeff Weiss Excellence in Real Estate Award: Nominations Now Accepted
Posted on: Sep 23, 2017

Nominations shall be submitted prior to October 31, 2017. The honoree(s) will be recognized at the Real Estate and Land Use Section’s holiday party, currently scheduled for Wednesday, November 29, 2017. Posthumous awards will be considered with the consent of the recipient’s family. More than one award may be given.

In Wake Of Hurricanes, Home Builder Caution Grows
Posted on: Sep 21, 2017

The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo monthly Housing Market Index declined three points to a reading of 64 for September. The August reading was revised one-point from 68 to 67.

How government actions, not personal choices, created segregated neighborhoods (podcast)
Posted on: Aug 31, 2017

Richard Rothstein spent years studying why schools remained de facto segregated after Brown v. Board of Education. He came to believe that the problem of segregated schools could not be solved until the problem of segregated neighborhoods was addressed—and that neighborhoods were de jure segregated, not de facto.

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