David Leazenby

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  • Milhaus’s $26M Downtown Redevelopment Obtains Rezoning, Design Approvals

    Milhaus Development has received design and rezoning approvals from the Historic Preservation Commission to repurpose the former Mitchell & Scott industrial site in downtown Indianapolis into a five-building apartment complex. Located in the Chatham-Arch historic district, the $26 million project will bring a total of 236 apartments, including studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Rents will range between $900 and $2,000 per month.

    Indianapolis 03 May 2013 21:47
  • Milhaus Redevelops Former Bank One Center into Apt., Office Space

    Milhaus Development is currently redeveloping the former Bank One Operations Center in downtown Indianapolis into a five-story mixed-use structure with 258 apartments and up to 68,000 square feet of commercial space. Inside Indiana Business reports that the estimated price tag of the reconversion plan is around $30 million. Located at 451 East Market Street, the "Artistry" project is centered on the arts theme, reflecting the neighborhood’s history of craft and skill. Marketing and experience-design firm Q7 Associates will brand and market the residences, while the Gene B. Glick Company will provide property management services.

    Indianapolis 22 February 2013 22:23

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